Public light rips through the night of a modern city. Sleeplessness is lit up by a computer monitor in an urban space, where day and night are no longer distinguished.
A nocturnal journey through a strongly lit and populated city as a filmmaker reflects upon the increase of new surveillance technologies around him. The film draws a fragmentary connection between Paris at the end of the 17th century and the potential surveillance of the filmmaker’s own dreams.
Regie: Stefan Kruse Jørgensen
Buch: Stefan Kruse Jørgensen
Bildgestaltung: Stefan Kruse Jørgensen
Montage: Stefan Kruse Jørgensen
Musik: Asbjørn Derdau
Ton: Asbjørn Derdau
Produktion: Stefan Kruse Jørgensen
Kurzfilmtage Wintertur (world premiere)
Filmfest Dresden — Goldener Reiter Best Fiction Film
Short Waves Film Festival — International Award I
2018 THE MIGRATING IMAGE
2017 Excessive Bulk
Born in 1987 (DK), Stefan Kruse Jørgensen is a filmmaker and visual artist with a background in Graphic Design. In July 2017 he received a Master Degree in Visual Culture & Identity from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Design (KADK). His work reflects an ongoing research into technical image production and the collective consciousness its shaping. Stefan is currently pursuing a postgraduate at Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln.