(Expérimental, Royaume-Uni, 2020, 20’, C, VOSTF)
de William Hong-Xiao Wen
avec Enyi Cheng, Eileen Zhao
Une écrivaine chinoise et une photographe japonaise se retrouvent immergées dans un cadre naturel idyllique où la jeune écrivaine tente de saisir le sens à travers les mots, alors que la photographe tente de le faire en images.
“Green Thoughts is a film about encounter and farewell, as well as about loss, absence, and remembrance of some transient moments falling and fading. Rejecting a particular storyline or narrative logic, the film is a composition of the subtle shifts in sentiment. It brings to the fore its female characters’ subjectivity and further explores the way in which each girl’s perception, imagination and remembrance of her own living world is able to evoke images, poetic yet fragile, from her inner body.” William Wei
“When I manipulated those images, I felt like I was a painter who could alter forms, shapes and colours at will. Also, I’d like to reconsider the cinematic representation of space.” William Wei www.fidmarseille.org