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25th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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People Pebble

director: Perrine Gamot, Jivko Darakchiev
original title: People Pebble
country: United Kingdom, France
year: 2017
running time: 18 min.

synopsis

Stones form the landscape, they crunch underfoot as we walk, and children use them in their games. In this experimental film by the directing duo of Darakchiev and Gamot, the fascination with one particular object reaches its peak. The associative images, brought together by the lens of a 16mm camera, create a loosely related series of stream-of-consciousness ideas: Monumental shots of the cliffs of Dover, stone houses, people walking on a stone beach, and a metronome in the shape of a hammer. Ordinary images accompanied by cacophonous sounds and excerpts from unrelated interviews create new associations among familiar aspects of human existence. International Premiere shared with DocLisboa "People Pebble figuratively associates two disparate patrimonial identities, inciting a new dialogue through and beyond the traces of the human hand, all encompassed by the impermanence of nature." J. Darakchiev, P. Gamot

biography

Jivko Darakchiev (1986) studied directing and cinematography in the USA and worked for the production company Dawn of Men. He did his post-graduate studies in France. At the 2013 Ji.hlava IDFF, he presented his film Lecedra (2012). Perrine Gamot (1984) is an audiovisual artist who focuses on artist-in-residence projects.

more about film

director: Perrine Gamot, Jivko Darakchiev
producer: Jim Shea, Christine Gist, Natalia Trebik, Jivko Darakchiev
script: Jivko Darakchiev, Perrine Gamot
photography: Jivko Darakchiev, Perrine Gamot
editing: Jivko Darakchiev, Perrine Gamot
music: Arno Ledoux
sound: Sebastien Cabour
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