Lichun Tseng at IFFR
Contemplative cinema in a pure form. Experimental short black-and-white film of a poetic and natural landscape.
Flowing, abstract high contrast, black-and-white images pull viewers into an interior process of change and awareness.
Konrad & Kurfurst
Fictional re-enactment on home-brewed emulsion of a five-minute happening that took place during the Olympic Games in Berlin in 1936.
An initiative by Rotterdam’s WORM. Film workshop: four directors go in search of traces of heroism in the city, under the guidance of a producer/supervisor and armed with 16mm black-and-white film. A highly visual, experimental, at times difficult but always intriguing operation. Made in Rotterdam.
The Captured Light of an Instant
Restlessness becomes concentration. Lichun Tseng’s film, inspired by Fernando Pessoa’s personal observations, is a layered, 35 mm experience in which time and place coalesce.