Jonna Kina's Arr. for a Scene competes at Odense IFF, Denmark
Jonna Kina’s Arr. for a Scene (2017) was selected for three different competition series at Odense International Film Festival. Held from 27.8.–2.9.2018, Odense IFF is Denmark’s oldest film festival and an Oscar-qualifying short film festival.
Arr. for a Scene is competing in the Main Competition, Documentary Competition, and Youth Competition. The short documentary film is included in the following screenings:
OFF10 (Main Competition)
Tuesday 28.8. 11:30 Momentum Bio
Friday 31.8. 17:15 Cafebio 1
Saturday 1.9. 11:30 Momentum Bio
DOC5 (Documentary Competition)
Monday 27.8. 15:15 Cafebio 1
Wednesday 29.8. 13:30 Momentum Bio
Thursday 30.8. 17:30 Momentum Bio
YOU3 (Youth Competition)
Monday 27.8. 09:30 Momentum Sal
Wednesday 29.8. 09:00 Magasinet
Thursday 30.8. 11:15 Cafebio 1
Awarded as the Best Nordic Short Film at Nordisk Panorama 2017, Arr. for a Scene is a documentary of two foley artists while they are producing sounds for one of the most famous film scene in the film history (the shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, 1960). This performance is documented on 35 mm film. The original film scene will remain invisible while the viewer sees only the foley artists creating sound effects for the scene, such as footsteps, shower and door closing. During the performance, the foley artists are looking straight at the camera. The film inverts the position of the screen and the gaze of the viewer. The viewer becomes part of the scene. The film examines the way sounds are constructed for the use of cinema and what happens when the structures of a film are dismantled into parts.
Jonna Kina (b. 1984, Lappeenranta, Finland) is a multidisciplinary artist who works with photography, video, sound and text. She has studied in Helsinki, New York and Jerusalem. Kina’s works have been presented in numerous exhibitions such as Museo Amparo, Puebla (2016), Gallery AMA, Helsinki (2016), Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago (2016), Kunsthalle, Helsinki (2016), Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne (2015), Finnish Museum of Photography (2015), Finnish Institute, Stockholm (2014), Sala Alcalá 31, Madrid (2014) and Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg (2014). In 2013 she received a special mention from the jury of Photo Levallois Award and was nominated by the by Hasselblad Foundation’s Victor Fellowship Award and in 2014 by the Source Cord Prize.
Odense International Film Festival, 27.8.–2.9.2018, Denmark
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