'Gat' [Teaser] (Sounddesign)
Robbie is 2 vingers kwijtgeraakt door vuurwerk. Ik vraag aan Robbie hoe het voelt om geen vingers te hebben. Hij zegt: niet alles voelt zoals iets anders voelt. Leg mij eens uit waar chocola naar smaakt. Ik kan wel zeggen waar het niet naar smaakt: niet naar takken, niet naar water, niet naar zand.
‘Gat’ gaat over beweging, over lichamen en over gevoel. Het gaat over wat je niet ziet, maar wat er wel is.
‘Gat’ gaat over wat je nooit kunt benoemen, maar wat essentieel is om het te laten bestaan.
JOY (Sound Recording) Through talking frankly about the female orgasm, expressing herself through dance and having intimate conversations with her boyfriend and friends, Joy takes us on a journey in which she researches what the female orgasm means to her personally and to other young women.
In the dancefilm LEER (Sound recording/design/mix) we see Hank. Hank has problems. Hank does not fit in. Riding his motorcycle enables him to clear his mind. Above 130 everything becomes black and white. During his nightly drives his thoughts and reality become deeply entwined. Hank is no longer sure if his experience is real or not, but he is sure of one thing: if you twist the throttle far enough, no one will hear you cry in your helmet.
Made by 155&DOX
LEER has been selected to screen at: Dox Zomerspecial, Holland Lowlands Festival, Holland Movimiento en Movimiento Festival, Mexico (selected) Lviv Short Film Festival Wiz-Art, Ukraine (selected) Ouchy Film Awards, Switzerland (selected) InShadow Film Festival, Portugal (selected) Moving Pictures Festival, Belgium (finalist) Short&Sweet Festival
New Zealand (winner best Direction, best Concept, best Sounddesign)
At Midnight Plays a Dance Tune [Trailer] (Sounddesign) is a fast-cut collage of images, an experimental explosion of impressions that feel amazingly intimate. Seerden exposes himself literally and figuratively, almost more through the closeness of his sonorous, meandering voice-over than when he’s on-screen. The conversations with his former neighbours provide a moment of calm, as they tenderly remember Roy and his mother in his childhood. These moments underscore his vulnerable but courageous openness in documenting this chapter of his life in his own distinctive way.