All Movements Should Kill the Wind

  • 12'
  • France
  • 2019
Man shapes his environment, which shapes his brain. Two hundred kilometres from Beijing, men live in a stone quarry amidst rocks that are waiting to be hacked, cut and sanded into sculptures. The same gestures come back again and again, to write a history of deterioration and repair. In the making of monuments, history is obliterated.
Director
Wang Yuyan
Country of production
France
Production Year
2019
Festival Edition
IFFR 2020
Length
12'
Medium
DCP
Language
Chinese
Producer
Natalia Trebik
Production Company
Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains
Sales
Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains
Cinematography
Wang Yuyan
Editor
Clara Chapus, Wang Yuyan
Sound Design
Nicolas Verhaeghe