Archive of films In, Over and Out / In, Over and Out
An original tribute to the famed Lumière brothers’ Workers Leaving the Factory shot on 12 different cameras and capturing the comings and goings through the staff entrance of an art school. Drawing on elements of structural cinema, this experiment offers a fascinating journey through the space of the shot and across time materialized in a variety of motion picture cameras.
In the history of cinema, there have been many tributes to the Lumière brothers’ Workers Leaving the Factory (1895), but few of them have been as original as In, Over and Out. The inventive synthesis of 12 cameras from different technical periods – celluloid, analog video, and digital – captures the comings and goings through the staff entrance to the prestigious Le Fresnoy art school. Working off the principles of structural cinema, the film offers a fascinating trip through the space of the shot and across time materialized in a variety of motion picture cameras.
About the director
Sebastian Brameshuber (b. 1981, Gmünden, Austria) graduated from the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Since 2004 he has shot short experimental films and videos as a member of Ford Brothers (with Thomas Draschan). He also makes documentaries highlighting issues of interpersonal and socio-political relations. His feature-length documentary Muezzin (2009) screened in the documentary competition at KVIFF 44.
About the film
Color, Black & White, DCP
|Dir. of Photography:||Clemens Hufnagl|
|Production:||Südufer Film OG|
Distributor, Sales Agent