Archive of films FUDDY DUDDY / FUDDY DUDDY

Austria
2016, 5 min

Section: Imagina

Is the image we see on screen in thrall to order or is it an eruption of visual chaos? Siegfried A. Fruhauf presents a volatile and frenetically-changing painting of a grid of squares that fill the image space at different angles and in varying sizes and quantities. The result is a compelling, almost physical experience.


Synopsis

Is the image we see on screen controlled by order or is it an eruption of visual chaos? Siegfried A. Fruhauf presents a volatile and frenetically-changing painting of a grid of squares that fill the image space at different angles and in varying sizes and quantities. Drawing on the tradition of structural film, this experiment sees the director working with the materiality and space of the movie, for which the solid contours of the lines cease to be sufficient. The result is a fundamentally compelling, almost physical experience.

Hubert Poul

About the director

Siegfried A. Fruhauf (b.1976, Grieskirchen, Austria) graduated from the University of Artistic and Industrial Design in Linz, where he was influenced by the work of the Austrian cinematic avant-garde. He is active in organizing film and art projects, and his own work has participated in numerous important events in the cultural sphere (the IFFs in Cannes and Venice, Sundance). His last film Vintage Print (2015) screened last year at KVIFF.

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About the film

Black & white, DCP

Section: Imagina
   
Director: Siegfried A. Fruhauf
Editor: Siegfried A. Fruhauf
Producer: Siegfried A. Fruhauf
Sales: sixpackfilm

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