When I looked myself from above / Ko sem se pogledala navzdol
14. september 2017 | 22.45
2017, 14′, colour, stereo, DCP, 1:2.35
experimental / movement-dance
The film takes us through the working day of protagonists, factory workers. Their basic working tool is their body, ready to execute strenuous manual tasks. Day after day the same story, the same faces, the same spaces, the same tasks. Feeling confined, they seek a sheet anchor, a way out, an escape. They venture into the unknown, dance, drift and float in the air.
|DIRECTED BY||Branko Potočan|
|WRITTEN BY||Branko Potočan, Nina Bučuk, Lucija Adamič|
|DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY||Darko Herič|
|EDITED BY||Nina Bučuk|
|PRODUCTION DESIGN||Lea Štefančič|
|COSTUME DESIGN||Leo Kulaš|
|SOUND DESIGN||Jure Vlahovič|
|SOUND RECORDING||David Wetter Zakrajšek|
|PRODUCTION||Sever & Sever|
Branko Potočan (1963) has been a notable author since 1986, when he joined the Ljubljana Dance Theatre. He spent the years 1990–93 in Brussels with the world-famous choreographer Wim Vandekeybus. In 1994, he founded his own physical theatre group, Fourklor, with which he made 16 feature performances across 20 years. He is the author of more than 30 performances.