25th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
On the Border
The filmmaker takes hundreds of photographs of ocean trash that has washed up on the shores of Japan and uses the photogrammetry technique to turn them into sculptures. When filmed in the virtual space, they become mementos of environmental irresponsibility and examples of the excesses of our affluent way of everyday life.
"Looking through the eyes of new technologies, we can have unexpected and incredible views of the reality." Y. Nishimura
Japanese experimental filmmaker and producer Yoshiki Nishimura (1954) works primarily with computer animation and 3D graphics. His films, in which he explores and calls into question the boundaries between reality and the virtual world, ask us to expand our view of reality and cyberspace. The Ji.hlava IDFF has previously shown his films Mayhem (2016), Last 12 Minutes (2016), and Synthetic-Free (2017).
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