23rd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
Buffer Zone Blues
The almost hallucinogenic whirlwind of virtual views of potential targets of a nuclear attack in a “buffer zone” shows the viewer an unpleasant proximity of total destruction, which threatened Czechoslovakia in the 1950s. The visuality of the film, reminiscent of direction finding, was created using the data from Google Maps.
Slovak multimedia artist Franz Milec (1993) focuses on generative art, using data and Python programming. He exhibits his work, inspired by the combination of technologies and the man, both in the Czech Republic and abroad.
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|music:||Franz Milec (sound design, music)|
|sound:||Martin Blauber (sound master), Sara Pinheiro (sound advisor)|