Marilyn is trying really hard to make something that is good. For once her expectations and reality are going to align, perfectly. No, it will be even better than she imagined. It will be epic. It will be tear jerkingly profound. It will be perfecter than perfect. Nothing can go wrong.
Five chapters about horse are cut up.
Heir to the Evangelical Revival
A great number of my forebears fled or emigrated to South Africa because of their religious convictions. French and Flemish Huguenots in the 17th century, English Protestant missionaries and clergy in the 19th century. Though I am atheist-agnostic-apostate I must trace my South Africanism to the religious convictions of my ancestors. The film is an attempt to position myself towards the religious-historical baggage that I inherit.
Man on the chair
“Man on the chair” is tormented and constantly doubts his very own existence. It is merely a picture that I created... Perhaps could I be also an image crafted by others?
Made entirely in the front seat of a car with simple art tools, this short hand-made film celebrates the joy of road maps, travel and jazz music.
The loss of a tooth, combined with a greater loss of a relative, shakes a young boy's world upside down and makes him grow up faster than he would have wished.
Angélique’s Day for Night
When she saw François Truffaut’s La nuit Américaine / Day For Night, Angelique discovered that it was possible to dream up her life.
Based on news and documentary footage of the implications of life under occupation, Black Tape is the second film in the Kranot’s trilogy which started with 2010’s White Tape. In an entangled tango, the victim and the victimiser dance, occupying the frame and the space between brushstrokes as Black Tape explores the theme of domination.
All of a sudden, a boy starts to play hopscotch. It seems like a simple game but it turns out to be much more difficult as he struggles to follow the rules he has made up for himself.
Labyrinth takes place entirely in the cell of a man sentenced to life in prison. This film explores the undermining of the link with time and the reality, thus questioning notions of existence and identity.
The River's Lazy Flow
An old man lingers a moment by the edge of the river. Casting his eyes towards the current, his memories come back to him. He came here with a girl when he was 13…
It could have been a nice Saturday... were it not for a mad cow, a hysteric mother and two ambulance men, who are all good at one thing mainly: Creating chaos. A comedy about a young Berliner in the German Alps, who by a series of confusions ends up in a hospital. A surreal nightmare for our hero, switching between Kafkaesque situations and psychedelic moments.