The Burrow is Kafka's last text, a vertiginous monologue in the form of an address, left unfinished. The challenge here will be to have the experience. Mismatched planks and plant palettes planted indoors on the ground, Strike the body. Intricacy of words and places Strike, reader, performer and protagonist blend, indistinguishable. A labyrinthine movement in the image of the text itself, back and forth between inside and outside, from the terrier-place to the terrier-text: its actualization. (Text by Nicolas Feodoroff, FID Marseille)
Le Terrier (The Burrow), 2018
Directed by: Amélie Derlon Cordina
Featuring: Strike Lucicki
Written by: Amélie Derlon Cordina and Laurent Point
Camera: Charlotte Marchal
Sound: Hélène Clerc-Denizot
12'34 / HD / colour / 1:77
French, English subtitles
Produced by GREC / CNAP - Collection L'Animal
In collaboration with WIELS, AJC (Atelier jeunes cinéates) and CBA (Centre de l'audiovisuel à Bruxelles)
The film session will be followed by a conversation between Amélie Derlon Cordina and Jorge Léon, film and stage director.
The session will close with the screening of SAINTS'GAME (2017, 50'), Amélie Derlon Cordina's previous film, awarded at the 2017 FIDMarseille festival, and at the Pantin "Côté Court" film festival in Paris 2018.
Premiere: 20.06.2019, 19:00 (upon registration!)
Loop screening: 21.06 - 07.07.2019, 14:00-18:00
(Tuesday > Sunday, without registration)WIELS Auditorium