Daily Escapes I - III: The interpreter, The Comeback, The Wrongly Accused

Cecilia Stenbom

“Daily Escapes I-III” are narratives based on personal daydreams made accordance with set TV formats: the home reportage, the promotional interview and the feature news story. Three very different stories to underline the different needs of escapism; the interpreter speaking over sixty languages, the musician doing a comeback after six years of silence and the woman wrongly accused of murder trying to clear her name.

Production Year
2005
Duration
00:12:20
Type
Genre
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Original Title
Daily Escapes I - III: The interpreter, The Comeback, The Wrongly Accused
English Title
Daily Escapes I - III: The interpreter, The Comeback, The Wrongly Accused
Production Countries
United Kingdom
Dialogue
Yes
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Sound
Yes
Cast
Cecilia Stenbom (Author), Cecilia Stenbom (Director), Cecilia Stenbom (Editor), Cecilia Stenbom (Script), Cecilia Stenbom (Camera), Helena Öhman (Camera), Katrin Höhne (Camera), Matt Stokes (Camera), Paul Moss (Camera), Anna Boysen (Cast), Stephanie Vegh (Cast), Cecilia Stenbom (Cast), Nick Thurston (Cast), Cecilia Stenbom (Sound), Katrin Höhne (Still Photography), Paul Moss (Still Photography)
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Cecilia Stenbom is a visual artist who works across media including video and film, installation, drawing and painting. Originally from Sweden, Stenbom has been based in Iceland, Finland and Scotland before moving to England in 2005. She completed her BFA degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki, Finland in 2003 and MFA degree at Glasgow School of Art in 2005. Stenbom’s work is concerned with notions of identity in a consumer driven and information rich culture. Her works have been seen in exhibitions and festivals in Finland, UK, Scandinavia, Europe and beyond.