Arrábida – There is Only One Earth

Tinne Zenner | 16 min | Denmark | 2017

SYNOPSIS
Un film tourné en pellicule 16mm centré sur la production de paysages et le béton dans le parc naturel de l’Arrábida (Portugal). Il fusionne des séquences du parc avec des animations 3D de la topographie du paysage comme une couche analogique.

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A film centred on the production of landscape and concrete in the Arrábida Natural Park, Portugal. Covering a vast area of coast, caves, mountains and forest, the park is inhabited by a massive concrete factory that branches through the landscape. Documenting the various layers of the sourced material, the factory body and the constructed landscape, the film looks at how time is physically embedded in the matter and how the molecular particles act in a circular re-shaping of the whole. The film merges 16mm footage shot in the area of Arrábida with 3D animation of the topographic landscape as an equal analogue layer.

SCREENING SCHEDULE
Paysages analytiques
15h00 | Samedi, 3 juin 2017
Espace des Sciences Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, 10 Rue Vauquelin, 75005 Paris

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Director | Tinne Zenner
Sound | Maile Colbert

DIRECTOR’S BIO
Tinne Zenner (b. 1986, Denmark) is a visual artist and filmmaker based in Copenhagen. She holds an MFA from The Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Working with analogue film and 3D animation, her work explores the physical structures, in which layers of history, politics and collective memory are embedded. Her work has been shown at a number of international film festivals including Ann Arbor Film Festival, Projections – New York Film Festival, CPH:DOX, Image Forum Tokyo, Sheffield Fringe and Courtisane Festival. Zenner is a co-founder and member of Sharna Pax, a film collective based in London and Copenhagen working between the fields of anthropology, documentary and visual arts.