House Without a Key

Film Synopsis:

House Without a Key (2020, France) is a second experimental short by Marta Skoczeń, a young photographer and filmmaker living between Poland and France. It’s a visual essay on a female desire for emotional freedom. The artist uses a variety of visual and poetic means of expression to create an ambiguous atmosphere of calmness and waiting. Shot entirely in black and white on HDV cassettes, the film provokes a dialogue both with the weight of the past itself as well as its technologies.

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Title: House Without a Key

Length: 5:46 min

Country of Origin: France

Completion Year: 2020

Director: Marta Skoczeń

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About Director

Filmmaker, photographer and visual artist. Graduted in 2019 from the Academy Of Fine Arts in Warsaw (department of Graphic Arts) and is currently preparing another Master’s Degree from film and photography at Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, in the studio of Clément Cogitore. In her practice, she uses drawing, printmaking, photography and video. She talks about memory, perception of time and the relationship between female body and space. She has participated in numerous events and exhibitions around the world and worked as director’s as well as production assistant.

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