Director: Maija Blåfield
Finland, 2015, 19 min
Crew:Producers: Maija Blåfield - Camera, Script, Editing: Maija Blåfield - Sound and Music: Olli Huhtanen - Animation: Nina Forsman - Colour Grade: Hannu Käki - Grafics: Samuli Alapuranen
Film about forgetting, remembering and documentary film making itself. The director filmed documentary footage during 15 years and left it unwatched prior to the editing. Distance opened a new perspective to the entirely different story than was intended to record. A few exact memories are seen, good stories told, two fairy tales heard and a report received on how many hours of video footage man has shot in the course of history. The fascinating scenes are created by combining the originally unrelated shots with a recreated soundtrack. The hilarious and fascinating scenes are created by combining the originally unrelated shots and a recreated soundtrack with dubbed dialogue.
About the director
Maija Blåfield (b.1973) is a Helsinki-based visual artist and filmmaker. Her works combine documentary and fiction and explore the fantastic reality. She graduated from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 2004 and her works have since been on display both in Finland and internationally, in art exhibitions, film festivals and on TV. She recieved The Finnish State Prize for Media Arts on 2014.