After the death of her husband, Ethel retreats inward, doubting her loved ones, trying to make sense of the fabric of her reality. She has also begun wandering at night, each walk a more surreal and abstract adventure.
The screen is splitted in four parts. Within each of them, Sarah notices an unknown presence hiding in her home. Who's the stranger? Is he ill-intended? What's that familiar look?
Human beings act on nature in order to keep their lives.
From their activities, several streams are generated and landscapes are transformed.
I focus on the beauty of transformation created through the relation between human activities and nature, and want to express the beauty as a kind of visual ballet.
The Entangled Forest is a film which explores the multifaceted interrelationships between trees and fungi within forest ecologies. Featuring the voice of ecologist Suzanne Simard, and her ground-breaking research into tree and fungi communities, the documentary reflects on the ‘biological neural network’ of forest ecosystems, and how the reciprocal, shared behaviour of mycelium and trees creates a resilient and healthy community of co-dependent species.
Oppression is the first barrier between a woman and her personal desires and meanwhile, “the voice” speaks of suppression. The voice of boredom by which the wetness of their eyes and sleeves can be perceived.
Ken has a great idea for a bench.