From a Distance

Gorzna Ewa, Miron Katarzyna

A short film exploring the ways in which wild animals and humans encounter and coexist in the same habitat. It is an immersive journey through the mysterious, intriguing wilderness and an artistic endeavor to balance the typically human oriented relationship between man and animals by emphasising animal presence and viewpoint.

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From a Distance
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From a Distance

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Ewa Gorzna (Author), Katarzyna Miron (Author), Katarzyna Miron (Cinematographer), Katarzyna Miron (Director), Ewa Gorzna (Director), Ewa Gorzna (Editor), Ewa Gorzna (Script), Katarzyna Miron (Script), Masha Bolshedonowa (Actor), Heikki Räisänen (Actor), Maria Sell (Actor), Filippo Zambon (Actor), Jacob Johannsen (Actor), Taiteen edistämiskeskus (Funder), VISEK (Funder), AVEK (Funder), Antti Haikonen (Other ), Ewa Gorzna (Sound Design), Katarzyna Miron (Sound Design)
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Katarzyna Miron

Born: 1981

Katarzyna Miron (b. 1981, Poland) is a visual artist working and living in Helsinki, Finland. She holds an MFA (2006) from Copernicus University, Torun, Poland and an MFA (2013) from the Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland. Miron works with different technique including animation, fiction, documentary footage and performative video leading to diverse ways of expression. The subjects of her works often refer to the relation between human, nature and culture considered through sensuality, materiality and intimacy. She has participated in various exhibitions in Finland and abroad as well as international film festivals.
Ewa Górzna (b. 1982 in Poland) is a visual artist living in Helsinki, Finland since 2007. Górzna works with video and video installation. She has graduated in art education at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland (2006) and from Time and Space Arts at the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki (2012). Her works have been presented in exhibitions and festivals.