In Films 2013

Country of Production:  Germany
Language: English
Subtitles: No Subtitles
7 min, Color, 2013

Agenda:
International Competition 11
25/08/2013
kineforum
19.00

28/08/2013
Teater Kecil, Teater Jakarta – TIM
14.00

Momentum bukanlah sekedar filem yang mendokumentasikan tarian, tapi juga mengaplikasikan siasat-siasat sinema dalam proses penyusunan gambarnya. Teknik jump-cut dan exposure ganda rapih dipakai untuk menangkap gerak cepat, dinamis, dan menghibur dari seorang pria bernama Patrick yang mengingat kembali tariannya saat mengambil penganan keripik tortilla di sebuah pesta. Momentum sendiri adalah sebuah pesta kecil pribadi bagi Patrick dan ibunya, yang tak cukup diabadikan hanya dengan sebuah foto yang membatasi kinetika-nya.

Yuki Aditya

Momentum is not just a film which document a dance, but also applying various cinematic tactics in the construction process of the images. Jump-cut technique and double exposure neatly used to capture fast, dynamic, and entertaining motions from a man named Patrick recalling his dance when eating tortilla chips at a party. Momentum itself is a small private party for Patrick and his mother. A party which is not quite sufficient to be immortalized through a photograph only because then would limit their kinetics. 

Yuki Aditya

Boris Seewald

Besar di jerman, Boris Seewald pertama memasuki dunia media digital desain dan bermain musik di berbagai band. Dia pindah ke Berlin tahun 2005 dengan tujuan jelas untuk mengejar karir di film dan mulai bekerja dengan proyeknya sendiri dan mengembangkan pengalaman kerja di bidang ini. Memiliki bakat untuk mengkordinasi gambar dan suara, Boris mencari bentuk dari ekspresi dalam irama ilustrasi musik.

Raised in Central-West Germany, Boris Seewald first ventured into digital media design and played music in various bands. He moved to Berlin in 2005 with a clear intention of pursuing a career in film, and began work on his own film projects and developing work experience in this field. Owing to his innate ability to coordinate image and sound, Boris seeks his form of expression in the rhythmical illustration of music.

 

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