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BÌNH (2020)

Vijetnam, Singapur, Tajland, Koreja, Viet Nam, Thailand, Singapore, Korea 22min

Redatelj / Director

Ostin Fam

Sinopsis

Izvanzemaljac stiže na Zemlju, tražeći pomoć pri obnovi svog doma. Svemirski brod mu daje upute da se zaustavi na gradilištu u Vijetnamu, na mjestu gdje se gradi najveći hram na svijetu. Prerušen, izvanzemaljac susreće posvećenog vjernika, ciničnog građevinskog radnika i tajanstvenog medija. Skupina izvodi ceremoniju prizivanja duhova, a izvanzemaljac ih promatra dok razmjenjuju svoje različite ideje o tome što je dom.

An alien arrives on Earth on a quest to find assistance to rebuild his home. Under dissociated instruction of his spaceship, he makes a stopover at a construction site in Vietnam, where the biggest temple of the world is being built. In disguise, the alien encounters a reverent worshipper, a cynical construction worker and a mysterious medium. ​As the group performs a spirit summoning ceremony, the alien observes these individuals exchanging their different ideas of home.

Ostin Fam

(Phạm Quốc Dũng) Nezavisni filmaš, u radovima nastoji istaknuti nedovoljno zastupljene narative, ali umjesto da se bavi egzistencijalnom patnjom koja dolazi s marginalizacijom, pokušava se usredotočiti na specifičnosti iskustva. Pojam kulturne fluidnosti žarište je njegova rada; kako usklađujemo svoj identitet u različitim zemljama s različitim običajima. Rođen i odrastao u Hanoju, Vijetnam, Ostin Fam je 2012. pohađao dokumentarnu radionicu u Centru za razvoj filmskih talenata Vijetnamskog instituta za kulturu i obrazovanje. Za diplomski film Journey dobio je nagradu Silver Lotus Bud. Preko Freemanove azijske stipendije upisuje preddiplomski studij na američkom Sveučilištu Wesleyan, gdje stječe diplomu iz filma i azijskih studija. Osim što je diplomirao s najboljim ocjenama, 2017. dobiva i nagradu Steven J. Ross za najbolji diplomski projekt, pod nazivom short/cut. Posljednje dvije godine proveo je radeći na različitim vlastitim i drugim filmskim projektima u New Yorku i Vijetnamu, od kojih su mnogi prikazani na međunarodnim filmskim festivalima. Ostin je član Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective, prvog i najvećeg kolektiva nezavisnih filmaša u New Yorku i jedan od četiri dobitnika stipendije za film IFP Marcie Bloom tvrtke Sony Pictures u 2017. godini.

(Phạm Quốc Dũng) is an independent filmmaker. His work seeks to elevate underserved narratives, but rather than attempting to capture the existential pain that comes with underrepresentation, he tries to hone in on the specifics of experience. The notion of cultural fluidity has become a focal point in his work; how we reconcile our identities in different lands with different customs. Born and raised in Hanoi, Vietnam, Ostin Fam attended a Documentary Workshop at The Centre for Assistance and Development of Movie Talents in 2012 with a graduating film The Journey which earn the center’s Silver Lotus Bud Award. For undergraduate studies, Ostin received Freeman Asian Scholarship to attend Wesleyan University where he earned a BA in Film Studies and a minor in East Asian Studies. In 2017, in addition to graduating with High Honors, he was the recipient of the Steven J. Ross Prize, awarded to the best senior film thesis for his project short/cut. He spent the past two years working on different film projects of his own and other filmmakers in New York and Vietnam, many of which have travelled various international film festivals. Ostin is a member of Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective, the first and largest collective of independent filmmakers in New York and one of four recipients of Sony Pictures’ IFP Marcie Bloom Fellowship in Film in 2017.

Zemlje

Vijetnam, Singapur, Tajland, Koreja, Viet Nam, Thailand, Singapore, Korea