Little light - Film de Sophie Sherman

Little light

image de l'oeuvre Little light de Sophie Sherman

De Sophie Sherman, film 2010

  • 2010 - Exhibition Panorama 12 au Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains, Tourcoing de Tourcoing (FR)

Hannah (12) and her Christian father go into the woods. The first day, the father tries to teach his daughter how to fire a rifle. Hannah prefers dreaming in nature. Little Light was born from my desire to question a violent relationship between an adult and a child. With the help of film, Little Light explores the contamination of an internal anxiety. The film focuses on the reduced space of a hut and the extended space of a forest. I looked to represent violence by "a violence of the image and its vibrations", a violence of gestures, of looks, of speech, of silence. To put into play two opposing forces. The film gets its pace from the energy of the two characters, between serenity and distraction, between interior and exterior, between night and day. Faced with Hannah's calm, the father exercises an uncontrolled authority. S.S.

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  • Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains, Tourcoing

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