Mark Pozlep & Maxime Berthou
Tue 17.05-Sat 21.0512:00 - 20:00Online
The second feature film by Maxime Berthou and Mark Požlep, 'Southwind' is a film that emerged from the materialisation of an artistic performance led by the same French-Slovenian duo. This project, which included a descent down the Mississippi aboard a home-made steamboat, was designed to study the economic and ecological impact of corn monoculture on river banks.
Their journey began months after one of the biggest floods in American history and ended just weeks before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and the end of Donald Trump’s term. As they travel through the "body of the nation", the film reveals a portrait of America during two crises.
Wed 27.04 until 21.05 - Online
PODIUM / film
Pay what you can - Suggestion €15
production: Maxime Berthou - cinematography: Romain Vallade - Assisted by: Pierre Debenoit - additional cinematography: Maxime Berthou & Mark Požlep - edit: Roxane Huet - music: Julien Jabre - sound design & sound mix: Igor Moreno - color grade: Laurent Ripoll - graphic design: Charlotte Jabre - webdesign: h2a - Southwind was made possible thanks to the support of: Forceps Media, Andy Warhol foundation, Face Foudation - Etant Donnés, Studio #13/16 - Centre Pompidou, Mona Bismark American Center for Art and Culture, Parse NOLA, New-Orleans Jazz Museum, Prospect#5 New-Orleans contemporary art triennal, HISK, Higher Institute for Fine arts, Ghent, City Gallery Ljubljana, Galerry of Contemporary art Celje, Galerija Gallery, Glej Theatre, UGM, EKO 8 International Triennial of Art and Environment, Out of Sight, Antwerpen, Seven Three distilling Co., Flaviar media Partnership, Dugas Club expert
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