Luke Bather - 19th July 2017

Fredrik Lund-Hansen gives us a minimal distorted dance film for CFCF's Time Flies.

In the heat of the desert, our eyes can deceive us. Mirages warp our perception of the world and ripples appear in solid objects - including people. Distorting and changing how we perceive what's in front of us, Lund-Hansen uses the heat of the desert and some colourfully-dressed dancers to toy with gender.

Fredrik Lund-Hansen:

"This film is a criticism of conformity and a play with gender roles. It is a moving artwork that reflects the oneness of humanity."


DirectorFredrik Lund-Hansen
ProducerSebastian Kriz
ProducerFredrik Lund-Hansen
Production CompanySwim Club
Production ManagerSebastian Kriz
Director of PhotographyFredrik Hvass
Art DirectorFilip Kleremark
WardrobeZoë Hennessey
Make-upLena Östholm
EditorOscar Lund-Hansen
ColouristJoel Thorstensson
Post production companySwim Club
VFXSwim Club
Lead actorJasmine Albuquerque, Danny Axley, Raymond Ejiofor, Kenzie Mcclure
Other creditsPA: Daniel Lindqvist PA: Cristoffer Jonsson

Luke Bather - 19th July 2017

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