23rd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
Entrance to the End
A dark psycho-ethnographic journey of Maria von Hausswolff and Anne Gry F. Kristensen into the depths of the jungle of the human subconsciousness. The footage from the Panama rainforest was shot on 16mm and all sound was recorded on cassette tapes. The film is a subconscious reaction to Ruggero Deodato's Cannibal Holocaust, an ultraviolent Italian film from the 1970s, as well as to all romanticizing depictions of nature as a place of harmony which is in balance with both itself and its inhabitants. Balancing between imagination and reality, this work is on of the most uncompromising films at this year's festival.
"The film is a mysterious poem-like journey through an eerie jungle where the viewer get to meet all kinds of creatures and spirits, living and dead. It's shot on a 16mm bolex camera accompanied by sounds recorded on analogue tapes.“ M. Von Hausswolff, A. G. Friis Kristensen
Maria von Hausswolff (1985) is a Swedish director, still photographer and mostly importantly, cinematographer. She was the DP of such awarded films as Winter Brothers (2017) and Parents (2016). Anne Gry Friis Kristensen (1987) is a Danish musician and composer. Entrance to The End is her debut as a film director.
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|producer:||Anne Gry Friis Kristensen, Maria Von Hausswolff|
|script:||Maria Von Hausswolff, Anne Gry Friis Kristensen|
|photography:||Maria Von Hausswolff, Anne Gry Friis Kristensen|
|editing:||Maria Von Hausswolff, Anne Gry Friis Kristensen|
|hudba:||Margie Moon/Moon River|
|sound:||Maria Von Hausswolff, Anne Gry Friis Kristensen|