SPECIAL MENTION of THE JURY | for SANTOOR by Deborah Phillips | 2nd Boddinale International Movie Festival Berlin | music by Wolfgang in der Wiesche & Nandkishor Muley

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images © Wolfgang in der Wiesche & courtesy © Deborah S. Phillips | stills from SANTOOR

C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S   D E B O R A H   ! !

SPECIAL MENTION OF THE JURY for SANTOOR | by Deborah S. Phillips | 13´ 1998 16mm |

music by Wolfgang in der Wiesche & Nandkishor Muley

@ 2ND BODDINALE INTERNATIONAL MOVIE FESTIVAL BERLIN 2014

view more @ BODDINALE PROGRAMME  ||  DEBORAH S. PHILLIPS’ BLOG

BODDINALE | Loophole | Boddinstraße 60 | Berlin

SANTOOR | 16/35mm | c | 13min | Dolby SR | 1997 | Deborah Phillips |
Music, Sound Design, Sampler, Programming, Viola | Wolfgang in der Wiesche | Sampled Santoor | Nandkishor Muley + excerpts from a live concert (with Mynta)

Film Director Nicolas Humbert (Step Across the Border…) on Santoor:

… nachdem wir mit großem Vergnügen deinen Santoor- Film angeschaut hatten. Mochte sehr das Spielerische und die Sinnlichkeit und die Sound-Seite. Eine ganz eigene Arbeit. Seinem eigenen Blick und seiner eigenen Lust zu folgen, ist sicher eines der wichtigsten Dinge.

… after very much enjoying your Santoor movie I especially liked the playfulness, the sensuousness and the sound side. A very distinct work. Following your own view and notion is surely one of the most important things. (10.4.99)

Hans- Dieter Delkus, Zeitschrift | magazine | NACHtBLENDE on Santoor :

Santoor von Deborah Phillips ist ein vor Lebenskraft und Filmfreude geradezu sprühendes Portrait des indischen Musikers Nandkishor Muley. Umrahmt von den verschiedensten Ornamenten, am Bildrand vorbeiziehenden Filmstreifen, Mustern, Verzierungen, begleitet die Kamera den Musiker, ebenso spielerisch wie experimentell. Vergleichbar der amerikanischen Experimentalfilmerin Marie Menken spielt Deborah Phillips mit der Kamera, mit dem Film, dem Kino und sprengt dabei die Grenzen ansonsten (mehr oder weniger) strikt voneinander unterschiedener Genres: ihr Film ist ebenso dokumentarisch wie experimentell, ist sowohl Musik-, als auch Animationsfilm.

This bubbly portrait of the Indian musician Nandkishor Muley is bursting with life and the joy of cinema. Framed by a variety of types of ornament, such as filmmaterial, patterns and decoration in motion, the camera accompanies the musician in a light-hearted yet experimental manner. Reminiscent of the American experimental filmmaker Marie Menken’s work, Deborah Phillips manipulates the camera, the film, cinema in general and thereby banishes strict categories of film genres: the film is equally documentary and experimental, both a music film and also animation. (1999)

DEBORAH S. PHILLIPS was awarded the L’Alternativa Hall Lomography Prize at the 20th edition of the Barcelona Independent Film Festival, l’Alternativa, made up of Sesi Bergeret, Pere Ginard, Céline Pimentel and Tess Renaudo on 22 November 2013 for her film PFFFHP TT! by Deborah S. Phillips (Germany)

LEO AWARD by filmFest Braunschweig for Ruth Wiesenfeld & Deborah Phillips for Pfffhp tt!, 2012

view portfolio  |  @  saatchi art  ||  Wolfgang in der Wiesche | home

Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13)

view portfolio | @ Pollock-Krasner Foundation  ||  @ artgrant I  ||  artgrant II


Wolfgang in der Wiesche

 

About xtendedline
freelance painter, photographer, media artist as well as composer of music for experimental film, documentary, experimental theatre and performance art, independent projects // freischaffend als Maler, Grafiker, Fotograf, Medienkünstler und als Komponist und Musiker für Experimentalfilm, Dokumentarfilm, experimentelles Theater und Performance, freie Projekte

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