Words shape our impressions and form our history. Scene Shifts, in six movements is a journey through historical layers of various locations on several continents unfolds. However, it is primarily an intellectual journey. The locations, images, texts and music bear references to a long history of cross-cultural misinterpretations.
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English title / Scene Shifts, in six movements
Teoksen nimi suomeksi / Scene Shifts, in six movements
Original title / Scene Shifts, in six movements
Keywords / media
Type / Single channel
Genre / architecture and urban space, landscape and nature, personal narrative, experimental
Country / Finland, Germany, Denmark
Picture ratio / 2,35:1
Duration / 00:15:57
Language / Finnish, French, Arabic
Sound format / Stereo
Year / 2012
Cast / Francois Couperin (Composer), Jani Ruscica (Director), Tiina Aarniala (Editor), Anu Keränen (Camera), YLE / Sari Volanen (Funder), AVEK - The Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture / Heidi Tikka (Funder), AVEK - The Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture / Timo Korhonen (Funder), Suomen elokuvasäätiö / Elina Kivihalme (Funder), Jorma Hellström (Sound), Denise Akar (Sound), Anne Tolkkinen (Sound), Maryam Hamadon (Sound), Pape Sarr (Sound), Jani Ruscica (Author)