Touch Stone

FFD 2017 | Touch Stone
There is a white large round stone in the green garden at the Hokkaido Governor’s Official Residence in Sapporo, Japan. It is an abstract sculpture made from a marble stone and children are climbing up and playing on its top. This film is organized by only four long shots that are totally same composition and same angle. By doing such an experimental attempt–through color and then black and white format as the last shot color, it expresses the repetition and circularity of the time in documentary expression.
Takayuki Yoshida201715 min.Japan
RatingScreening Schedule
PGTuesday, December 12th, 2017 | Societet TBY | 15:00 | Q&A
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