Rise

Bár­ba­ra Wag­ner & Ben­ja­min de Bur­ca | Kana­da, USA, Bra­si­li­en 2019 | 20′30″ | Expe­ri­men­tal­film | Köln-Pre­mie­re
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In the under­ground spaces of the Toron­to new sub­way exten­si­on, a group of poets, rap­pers, sin­gers, and musi­ci­ans nego­tia­te their sta­tus as both first and second-genera­ti­on Toron­to­ni­ans as well as sett­lers living on bor­ro­wed Indi­ge­nous land. ‘Rise’ loo­ks at rhythm and poe­try as forms of crea­ti­ve labour that con­sti­tu­te con­tem­pora­ry collec­ti­vi­ties of dia­spo­ric belon­ging and mixed-cul­tu­ral dia­lo­gue: the call-and respon­se, the reci­ta­ti­ve, and the cypher.

Film­de­tails

Bild­ge­stal­tung: Pedro Sotero
Musik: Nate Smith
Ton: Nico­lau Dominguez
Pro­duk­ti­on: Ponte

Screenings/Preise

Audi Short Film Award, Ber­li­na­le, Germany
Best Short Film, Gua­najua­to, Mexico

Fil­mo­gra­phie

2019 Swin­guer­ra
2018 Rise
2017 Bye­Bye Deutsch­land /  Ter­re­mo­to Santo
2016 Estás Ven­do Coisas

Bio­gra­phie

Bár­ba­ra Wag­ner (Bra­sí­lia, 1980) and Ben­ja­min de Bur­ca (Munich, 1975) deve­lop a col­la­bo­ra­ti­ve prac­ti­ce with the ones they por­tray. Their films take the form of musi­cals that defy con­ven­tio­nal noti­ons of gen­re as the fic­tio­n­al and docu­men­ta­ry dimen­si­ons beco­me hybrid in order to estab­lish a third lan­guage-ter­ri­to­ry. Among their recents shows are 67th, 68th and 69th Ber­li­na­le, 32nd São Pau­lo Bien­ni­al, 5th Skulp­tur Pro­jek­te Müns­ter and 58th Bien­na­le di Venezia.

 

Alle Fil­me in die­sem Programm

Rise

Rise

Tungrus

Tungrus

Three Sto­ries Insi­de A Ren­tal Van

Three Sto­ries Insi­de A Ren­tal Van 

Ere­be­ta

Ere­be­ta

KIDS

KIDS