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Annick Ghijzelings, Belgium, 2016, Format diffusion : 1.77 (HDV 16:9), 73 minutes
Rooted in Polynesia, in the heart of the South Pacific, this wandering movie crosses borders and centuries to explore time and its representations.
This journey brings a constellation of stories where the science of today meets the myths of yesterday, where politics meets poetry, where dreams meet history.
But it may well conclude, at the end of this meandering journey, that time no longer is what it seems to be.
Directed by: Annick Ghijzelings
Screenplay: Annick Ghijzellings
Photography: Annick Ghijzellings
Sound: Annick Ghijzellings
Image editing: Annick Ghijzellings
Sound editing: Annick Ghijzellings & Quentin Jacques
Mixing: Maxime Coton
Subtitles: FR, EN, NL
Available formats: DCP, Digital, DVD, Blu-Ray
Production: Traces asbl
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Arts & Culture, Sensory cinema, Documentary genres, Countries and continents, Oceania, Space, Ethnology, Polynésie française, Poetic documentary, Science and Social science, Experimental, Film essay, Found footage, Philosophy, Physics, New writing / New stories, Politics, Poetry, 2016