Manifesto, Arnaud Gerber, Germany, 2017, 26′
Experimental o.v. German, English, Italian, French subtitles English/Italian
April 28th, 2018, 9 pm, Exworks – Italian Premiere
Using (web)found and sound footage, slapstick scenes, fiction, documentary, collage, performance and installation techniques, Manifesto is a dance with History, a farce about our own (mis)placed and spectral role in the digital world of permanent (re)collection.
Arnaud Gerber (1971) is a French filmmaker who lives in Berlin. He works at the intersection of fiction, documentary and experimentation. His films, mostly shot in Super 8 or 16mm, have been screened at the most important international film festivals, such as Locarno, Florence, Lisbon, Copenhagen, Stockholm. He’s now working on a documentary project – The wind blows where it wants – and on two fiction projects, Renaissance and The Fear.
Director, Cinematography, Editing, Sound Editing Arnaud Gerber
Screenplay Marx & Engels
Sound Arnaud Gerber, Thomas Wallmann
Cast Bernardo Arias Porras
Production Eva Weerts Filmproduktion
Festival Different and experimental cinema Paris