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Rain

Synopsis: 

“Rain“ is an audiovisual synaesthetic study that attempts to present various aspects of human perception in a concrete and an abstract sense. The concept for the representation of these facets is a rhythmicised auditive as well as visual web of sounds from 12 cellos, natural sounds and video sequences that express the miracle of sensorial experience and make the poetry of perception visible.

Contemporary music.

Runtime: 
00:05:59
Information for the Audience: 

“Rain“ is an audiovisual synaesthetic study that attempts to present various aspects of human perception in a concrete and an abstract sense. The concept for the representation of these facets is a rhythmicised auditive as well as visual web of sounds from 12 cellos, natural sounds and video sequences that express the miracle of sensorial experience and make the poetry of perception visible.

Contemporary music.

www.martin-gerigk.de

Screenings / Awards: 

AWARDS

16. Great Lakes International Film Festival (Sep 2017)
Erle (PA), U S A
Best Music Video

Best Shorts Competition (Sep 2017)
La Jolla, U S A
Award of Merit: Music Video

Best Shorts Competition (Sep 2017)
La Jolla, U S A
Award of Merit: Experimental

Best Shorts Competition (Sep 2017)
La Jolla, U S A
Award of Merit: Original Score

Near Nazareth Festival (May 2017)
Afula, Israel
Best Music Video

 

SCREENINGS

Crossing the Screen Film Festival (Nov 2017)
Sussex, United Kingdom

Red Rock Film Festival (Nov 2017)
Cedar City, Utah, U S A

European Short Film Festival (Oct 2017)
Berlin, Germany

Canberra Short Film Festival (Sep 2017)
Canberra, Australia

Mykonos Biennale (Sep 2017)
Mykonos, Greece

Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival (Sep 2017)
Philadelphia, U S A

Oasis Short Film Festival (Apr 2017)
Commack, U S A

Directed by: 
Martin Gerigk
Cast: 
Katrin Geelvink, Cello 1-12
Produced by: 
Martin Gerigk
Music by: 
Martin Gerigk
Cinematography by: 
Martin Gerigk
Film Editing by: 
Martin Gerigk
Release Date: 
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Official sites: 
www.martin-gerigk.de
Total votes: 258

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