With this new medium-length film, Deborah Stratman offers a singular exploration of evolution, extinction and the future from a mineral point of view. Through a narrative inspired in part by short stories by J.-H. Rosny, this film visits a plurality of visions and theories, with a concrete and playful poetry that inventively combines the terms science and fiction. With a visual concept that is both sober and sparkling, expressed through a variety of techniques on different media, the filmmaker brings temporalities and universes together with a narrative skill that opens up perceptions of history and reality.
Last Things (50′) will be preceded by the short film Laika (5′) by the same director.
Deborah Stratman | 2021 | United States | No Dialog
Some forms we can only know by their shadows. In homage to the spirits of space test dogs, or any being we use in the name of progress.
Presented in collaboration with Arsenal art contemporain
- Friday, Mar 1
18:00 - FST, EST
- Sunday, Mar 3
20:30 - FST, EST
- Wednesday, Mar 13
20:00 - FST, EST
EST - English subtitles