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Let's Eat Grandma 'It's Not Me' by Balan Evans
Shot on location in Ibiza, the second collaboration between Let's Eat Grandma and Balan Evans reflects the director's current obsession with collage.
Evans manipulates his images by dividing them into far smaller pieces and then shifts frames within shots, to createa wve effect. It's another way of looking at lovely place, and adds a haunting quality to a catchy tune by the slightly sinister Grandma...
"This film was inspired by the photography of Maurizio Galimberti – his fragmented polaroid portraits were a launching point.
"We started doing some tests and through that process we found that one of the most satisfying techniques was by using the same frame and slipping each segment a frame or two, thus you get this drifting feeling. I’m obsessed with collage at the moment and I think this is where this idea came from.
"The film floats through these different sun-drenched locations, I wanted it to feel like a drifting memory, a fragmented collection of images. Like a box of old analogue holiday photos."
|Production Company||Try Hard|
|Executive Producer||Sorcha Bacon|
|Director of Photography||Spike Morris|
|Grading company||Time Based Arts|
|Lead actor||Maja Blomstrand|
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