How glorious is to be a human being
Mili Pecherer (IL)
How glorious is to be a human being
Film -

On the vast and empty roads along the Pyrenees,
Two women are marching on a blind pilgrimage.
One is carrying an unborn child in her belly,
The other a huge inflatable haemorrhoid on her back.
They meet a mute donkey with an open gaze.
Can he teach them how to be?
Is Wednesday their lucky day?
Is failure just a springboard toward success?
Are they on the path to massive reassurance or just to a dead end?

A meditation on worries and the impossibility of living without them.

Monique et Isi Jutrin, Peter et Maggie Bicknell, Jean-Michel Agasse, Thierry et Marie Hachet, Penny et Julien Baker, Eliav, Grazia Tricarico, Maia Flore, René Clémencic, Johanna Trabitsch, Valérie Del-haye

Mili Pecherer
Mili Pecherer Israël
Promotion Michelangelo Antonioni

After thousands of years of wandering, two immigrants from France and the USSR settled in the Promised Land. From their love Mili Pecherer was born in 1988.
Mili chose to go in search of her nomadic roots and, since then, her soul has been out travelling the wide world equipped with a little camera. She documents as they come her encounters with ordinary people in their ordinary-looking everyday lives, and then transforms them into films.
Well: almost banal, and almost films.

Cursus

2015: GRANT BY "BILBAOARTE" FOUNDATION, SPAIN,

2009-2013: "BEZALEL" ACADEMY OF ART AND DESIGN,JERUSALEM DEPARTMENT OF SCREEN BASED ART MAJORING IN VIDEO/NEWMEDIA & DOCUMENTARY FILM. BFA

2012: EXCHANGE STUDIES IN FILM AND MULTIMEDIA IN "LAHTI UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES", FINLAND.

2012: "VGIK" FILM SCHOOL WORKSHOP IN MOSCOW,

With Genevieve Bicknell

Production : Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains