Papillon d'amour

2003 | 00:04:00 | Belgium | B&W | Stereo | 4:3 | Video

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Death and Dying, Film or Videomaking, Image Processing, Mental Landscape, Music

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By subjecting fragments from the Akira Kurosawa’s film Rashomon to a mirror effect, Provost creates a hallucinatory scene of a woman’s reverse chrysalis into an imploding butterfly. This physical audiovisual experience produces skewed reflections upon Love, its lyrical monstrosities, and a wounded act of disappearance.

Prizes + Awards

Cinematexas 2003, Founding Director Award

Sundance Film Festival 2004, Honorable Mention

Minnesota Bearded Child Film Festival 2003, Stimulate My Brain Award

Ann Arbor Film Festival 2004, Gus Van Sant Best Experimental Film Award

Ann Arbor Film Festival 2004, WGTE Public Broadcasting Award for Best Use of Music in a Film

47th San Francisco International Film Festival 2004, Golden Gate Award for the Best New Visions Work

Nashville Film Festival 2004, Best Experimental Film Award

32nd Athens International Film and Video Festival 2005, 1st Prize Experimental

Premiere

Het Net
Bruge
2003

Exhibitions + Festivals

 

Athens Int'l Film/Video Festival (OH), 2005

 

Antimatter Underground Film Fest (Canada), 2005