A Visualization of a Cut
An experimental animated film in three parts, exploring six Scandinavian home movies and the nature of the cinematic cut.
A Visualization of a Cut is an experimental animated short film in three chapters exploring the connection between the cinematic cut and human relations extracted from home movies. The film is a meditation on life, love and loss explored through montage editing in home movies from six Scandinavian families, the materiality of paper and the thread that joins them together. The film is alternating between analysis and emotion and invites you to rethink the traditional conception of film and film narrative.
DIRECTOR: Claudia Munksgaard-Palmqvist
PRODUCER: Lana Tankosa Nikolic (Late Love Prouction, DK)
CO-PRODUCER: Drasko Ivezic (Adriatic Animation Studio, CRO) and Brunoe Cataeno (COLA, PORT)
MUSIC and SOUND: Anton Friisgaard
SOUND MIX: Thomas Richard Christensen
COLOR CORRECTION; Andreia Bertini
GENRE: Experimental Short film
LENGHT: 7:20 min
TECHNIQUE: Stop motion, Materials: paper, needle, thread, home movies and audiotape
COUNTRY: Denmark, Croatia and Portugal
ORIGINAL LANGUAGE: Non-dialogue
SUPPORTED BY: West Danish Film Fund, Open Workshop/VIA University College and COLA
DISTRIBUTION; Lana Tankosa Nikolic, email@example.com