JUST LIKE THE MOVIES

“It’s just like the movies!” was usually the first reaction of those watchig the events fo 9/11 in New York unfolding on their TV screens, no doubt recalling the endless number of catastrophes that Hollywood has proposed over the years. Now confronted with the reality of one such scenario – of unprecedented destructive and symbolic resonance – a feeling of déjà vu arises, while looking at these images.

regia/director michal kosakowski
sceneggiatura /screenplay
michal kosakowski
fotografia/cinematographer
found footage
montaggio/editing
michal kosakowski
musica / music
paolo marzocchi
suono / sound
stereo
genere /genre
sperimentale – experimental
formato originale/original format
mini dv – color
durata/running time
20’
anno di produzione/year of production
2006
paese di produzione/country of production
austria – austria
produzione/production
michal kosakowski productions

 

“It’s just like the movies!” was usually the first reaction of those watchig the events fo 9/11 in New York unfolding on their TV screens, no doubt recalling the endless number of catastrophes that Hollywood has proposed over the years. Now confronted with the reality of one such scenario – of unprecedented destructive and symbolic resonance – a feeling of déjà vu arises, while looking at these images.

MICHAL KOSAKOWSKI

2007 Fortynine (short film series); 2006 Just Like the Movies (corto, short), Alessandro Kokocinsky (corto, short); 2005 Ghostakademie – Uli Aigner (art video); 2004 Wait a Minute (corto, short); 2003 Movimento (corto, short); 2002 Gipsy Express (corto, short); 2002 Sleepers (corto, short); 2001 Josef in Wonderland (corto, short), VAL – Vehicles for Another Landscape (corto, short); 2000 Easy Killers and Other Software (corto, short), Johnnie Walker’s Sobriety Test (corto, short); 1999 Holy War (corto, short); 1998 Casting Livorno (corto, short); 1997 Michelin (corto, short); 1996 Airwar Hong Kong (corto, short), No Sugar Added (corto, short)

 

 

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