Masterclass Angela Schanelec: Film frames: composition, rhythm and perception
ABOUT THIS MASTERCLASS
Schanelec’s cinema reveals precision and force. A scene lasts just the right amount of time and the events therein follow their own rhythm. One of the mysteries of cinema lies in understanding when one shot should be replaced by another. How can we know? What do we desire? What do we seek in duration? All these elements are underpinned by poetry, which the German filmmaker crafted for almost three decades. One of the greatest filmmakers of our time is ready to talk about her work.
Roger Alan Koza
/ Roger Koza (1968). Film critic (La Voz del Interior, Ñ Magazine, Quid, Public Television, Channel 10 Córdoba, 102.3. Más que música) and programmer (Doc Buenos Aires, Viennale, Filmfest Hamburg, FICIC). Responsible for the website conlosojosabiertos.com.
Angela Schanelec was born in Aalen, Germany. She studied acting at the Hochschule für Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main, and received a degree in directing from the prestigious Deutschen Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin. Her feature films as director include Places in Cities (1998), Passing Summer (2001), Marseille (2004), Afternoon (2007), Orly (2010), and The Dreamed Path (2016). I Was at Home, But… (2019) is her latest film.