Hereditary Language

  • 10'
  • USA
  • 2015
Lisa Oppenheim creates videos that connect historical imagery and techniques with the present. This film is about language, heredity and imagination. It's a search for, and 3D-reconstruction of, Methuselah, the oldest living tree on Earth at 5000 years of age. Its exact location has not been publicly disclosed.
Director
Lisa Oppenheim
Country of production
USA
Production Year
2015
Festival Edition
IFFR 2016
Length
10'
Medium
File
Language
English
Producer
Lisa Oppenheim
Production Company
FRAC Champagne-Ardenne
Sales
Lisa Oppenheim
Screenplay
Lisa Oppenheim
Cinematography
Lisa Oppenheim, Lia Lowenthal
Editor
Lisa Oppenheim
Cast
Lisa Oppenheim
Website
http://www.lisaopp.net