And I thought stop motion could get boring…
What If? is a powerful examination of the direction that ‘evolution’ has taken the human race in the 150 years since the publication of “On the Origin of Species” by Darwin. Performed in a studio with musicians Gary Crosby and Peter Edwards and contrasting views of city life with shots of the fast disappearing Arctic regions, the film asks what if we got it wrong?
Lemn Sissay is an award winning British author and lyric poet. He is known for performances of his poetry and also with jazz fusion groups.
By far one of the most visually disturbing clips I’ve seen in a while. The clips was done using motion tracking technics. Must have been a very funny shooting, while people were moving around like that at the set.
Director is the ingenious Ian Cheng.
Cinezoïque is the present Era, in which the Cinema leaves the screen and invades any surface.
Cinezoïque is an installation of 21 meters, a timeline, a walk through the history of Cinema where the path of the viewer joins the path of the actors.