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Marc cuscÓ, marc roca, artur tort, gabriel ventura
Catalogue : 2017Nèctar | Fiction | hdv | couleur | 22:46 | Espagne | 2017
Marc cuscÓ , marc roca, artur tort, gabriel ventura
Fiction | hdv | couleur | 22:46 | Espagne | 2017

A brand new day begins and Teula undertakes its particular routine. The rest of the community remains restless and fascinated: it seems he has found the path to a new way of life.

MARC CUSCÓ (1990) is graduated in Humanities and Arts, Audiovisual Communication and Journalism at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona). After collaborating on some media and several film projects (chiefly short films and music videos for Núria Graham, or El Petit de Cal Eril), he made his first feature film, "Brahman", in 2015. He currently combines his activity with teaching at the University of Vic (Spain), giving a workshop on film fiction script. MARC ROCA (1990) is graduated in Audiovisual Communication (UPF) and Philosophie (UB). He works as post-production manager and video editor in Nanouk Films. He has directed the videoart installation "Guanyar-se les garrofes" (2016) and the short documentary film "Corrosió" (2012). He has worked as director of photography, cameraman and video editor in films ("Brahman"), short films and music videos. ARTUR TORT (1990), PhD in Audiovisual Communication. He has worked as editor and camera operator in "La Mort de Louis XIV" (Albert Serra, 2016. Prix Jean Vigo 2016); as director of photography and editor in "Singularity" (Albert Serra, 2015); as director of photography in "Cubalibre" (Albert Serra, 2014) and "Els tres porquets" (Albert Serra, 2012); as camera operator in "Història de la meva mort" (Albert Serra, 2013).

Hubert czerepok
Catalogue : 2012Lux Aeterna | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 29:11 | Pologne | Norvège | 2011
Hubert czerepok
Lux Aeterna
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 29:11 | Pologne | Norvège | 2011

Lux Aeterna is a film monologue of nearly half an hour. The starting point for the work is an utopian dream of power and a desire to change the world. The hero of the film takes a journey inside himself and follows an internal dialogue. Composed of quotes from romantic poetry and writings of madmen and tyrants. The monologue is intertwined with breathtaking views of Norwegian nature, forests, rocks and lakes. The film is an allegory about the desire to conquer the world, a treatise on political utopia born out of madness.

Born in Slubice (Poland) 1973. Graduated from Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan in 1999. In years 2002-2003 attended the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht in Netherlands and in 2004-2005 the Higher Institute for Fine Arts Flanders in Antwerpen in Belgium. Participated in various group shows in Poland and abroad including solo exhibitions ?Devil?s Island? at the La Criée Centre for Contemporary Art in Rennes in France and ?Haunebu? at the Zak | Branicka Gallery in Berlin, Germany. Works as a PhD at The University of Arts in Poznan, Poland. Currently is living and working in Wroclaw, Poland.