Spektrum

Documentary films seen from its artistic choices, challenging filmmakers to continuously rediscover various forms of documentary film.

2022 —
 24 min —
 24 min
 Shih Chieh Lin
A snooze alarm clock cannot wake a sleepy person. The bell of the alarm clock hence becomes a hypnotic trigger. Such an ordinary sound is redefined in our drowsy moments,…
2020 —
 11 min —
 11 min
 Yuri Muraoka
In the year of 2020 when the world was forced to “change”, I wanted to confirm what changed and what did not change in me and wrote a poem “Transparent,…
2021 —
 19 min —
 19 min
 Tanakit Kitsanayunyong
There is a Thai proverb saying, “There is fish in the water and rice in the fields,” which means people who live in a land where both fish and rice…
2022 —
 15 min —
 15 min
 Arjan Onderdenwijngaard
A musical and experimental short film based on the sounds of 35 Indonesian street vendors.
2020 —
 15 min —
 15 min
 Juan Francisco González
In the middle of the Atacama Desert, the inhabitants witness the decline of saltpeter industrialization, right in the driest geographical point in the world.
2021 —
 22 min —
 22 min
 Chanasorn Chaikitiporn
Blinded by the Light is a two-channel video installation commissioned by Thai Film Archive in celebration of 124th anniversary of the birth of Thai cinema. The film aims to interrogate…
2022 —
 24 min —
 24 min
 Chun-tien Chen
A rare pod of futuristic houses lines a semi-abandoned neighborhood outside Taipei. UFO Houses, featuring oval-shaped contours, manifests a utopian vision of the past: the future is light, colorful, and…
2021 —
 9 min —
 9 min
 Hadafi Raihan Karim
On a planet where big vehicles and rocky mountains are a common view. A mysterious astronaut lands and discovers things that seem familiar.
2020 —
 20 min —
 20 min
 Tulapop Saenjaroen
“People on Sunday” is a reinterpretation, a response, and a homage to a pioneered German silent film “Menschen Am Sonntag” (1930), literally translated as “People on Sunday”. Nevertheless, this response…
2020 —
 19 min —
 19 min
 Zai Tang, Rei Hayama
Dormant Soil / Concrete Reflections is a response to the poem Haeundae Texas Queen Kong by Kim Hyesoon. Created in the early days of the global pandemic, the two collaborators…