Too Good To Be True. On a fact-finding mission with Mark Ward

Lena Séraphin

The short "faction" film explores war as a subject of drama films. The artist Mark Ward tells a journalist about his grandfather's experiences as a stand-in in a 1940s British war film.

Production Year
2010
Duration
00:10:10
Type
Genre
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Original Title
Too Good To Be True. On a fact-finding mission with Mark Ward
Finnish Title
Liian hyvä ollakseen totta, Mark Wardin kanssa totuutta etsimässä
English Title
Too Good To Be True. On a fact-finding mission with Mark Ward
Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
Yes
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Sound
Yes
Cast
Hannu Kärenlampi (Cinematographer), Lena Séraphin (Author), Lena Séraphin (Director), Hannu Kärenlampi (Editor), Lena Séraphin (Editor), Lena Séraphin (Producer), Lena Séraphin (Script), Sean Crowley (Performer), Mark Ward (Performer), Pelle Venetjoki (Sound Design)
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Lena Séraphin is a visual artist based in Helsinki. She has graduated from Goldsmiths College in 1998. Her work consists of writings and visual works that give emphasis to display as a dramaturgic event. She relates to the mediums of text, photography, archival imagery, installation and moving image. She is presently a Doctoral Candidate at the Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture in Helsinki, where she also works as a lecturer of film and television. Her works have been presented extensively in solo and group exhibitions since 2000.