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Beyond Shorts

Fasten your eyeballs for a unique cinematographic experience!

 

Stereoscopic 3D is an artistic means for contemporary story telling. BISFF honors 3D Cinema with an international selection of newest contemporary 3D short films. All films in this selection tell the story of “A State of Exception.” Be prepared to meet unusual situations, new thoughts and surprising views. In different genres the filmmakers and cinematographers invite the audience to discover fantastic worlds and experiences.The filmmakers tell stories about everlasting love, mental catastrophes, cultural shocks and also passionate self reflections. The recent 3D shorts have a mature approach to stereoscopy and show very particular interest in space and time. They reflect them in form and content.

 

3D shorts develop their own cinematographic language in all genres. Their individual approaches show how film makers entwine past and present and try to use or overcome spaces and shapes. The individual approaches in the usage of stereoscopy are experimental and sometimes avant-garde in cinematographic language. 

 

The program is a rare selection of exceptional stereoscopic films. All of them are shown for the first time in the Republic of Korea.

Do not miss this unique cinematographic experience

 

 

 

 

 

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3D Shorts This program's film rating is for ages 18 and older
Ghosts of the Pastures

Christian A. Zschammer

Germany2019 Experimental5'DCPColorG

The film is an artistic collage of three-dimensional spaces. Man made stone structures merge with natural textures from pastures. Present and past, positive and negative seem to transpierce each-other. Visual deconstruction and overlapping invite the viewer to a mysterious dreamlike world between the limits of abstract and figurative images.​
A New Normal

Luzie Loose

Germany2019Fiction, Experimental17'DCPColorG

How can life go on, when the most unimaginable has happened? All senses are changed and time and space feel different. An essayistic monologue describes the fight of the main character’s inner world. While he tries to overcome his identity crisis, he walks through familiar spaces, that seem metaphorically changed by his experience and thoughts. The stereoscopic images show symbolically how the main character feels lost in time and space until he decides to regain control over his life.​
The Last Customs

Clément Schneider

France2020 Experimental17'33"DCPColor18

Is it possible to love too much? The poetic love story describes borders, frontiers and customs of a passionate finished relationship. A young man boards on a train voyage to his past to remember the woman he loved. His romantic memories mix with the present as he recalls letters, photos and places. The stereoscopic cinematography enhances the sensuality of the love story. Space and distance illustrate the pain of separation.​
Jeanne

Fabien Remblier

France2021Fiction28'33"DCPColor12

The film tells the story of an exceptional encounter. After three dramatic attempts the refugee Abdel reaches the coast of France. He finds no other place to hide than the remote house of the old, sick and racist,Jeanne. The clash of cultures shows how different civilizations on both sides of the Mediterranean can be. The stereoscopic images increase the emotional participation of the viewer as part of the drama in the magnificent scenery.​
The Cavern

Edgar Pêra

Portugal2016 Experimental15'DCPB&W15

The film celebrates cinema as a place where spectators follow mysterious rituals and are transformed. The
 images of flat films are projected on the three-dimensional audience, who seems to be contaminated and infected by the light as in a horror film. Cinema can turn people in to zombies, lovers and unleashes phantasms of all sorts. The director uses stereoscopy to show exceptional perspectives in the cinema and to
 elevate the audience to the main topic of the film.​