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White Shadow

White Shadow

Claude Piguet, Annelore Schneider

Switzerland, England | 2022 | 10 min
English |
Subtitles: French
Special Mention, FIFA 2023

In a dystopian world where images have taken over, photographs are transformed into the objects they represent. Stacks of selfies, cats, and meals are strewn everywhere, while a dizzying architecture creates boundaries and isolates people. An innovative essay on media saturation and its overwhelming sensory and ecological impact.
Overview of some festivals: 
Videoex Film Festival, Swiss Competition First Award, Switzerland (2023)
Winterthur Film Festival, Switzerland (2022)
International Meetings Paris / Berlin, France (2022)
Kaboom Film Festival, Netherlands (2022)
International Short Film Festival Nijmegen, Netherlands (2022)
Director Annelore Schneider
Script Annelore Schneider
Artists Claude Piguet, Annelore Schneider
Sound Annelore Schneider
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Claude Piguet

Claude Piguet

The collectif_​fact comprised Annelore Schneider and Claude Piguet. They live and work between London and Geneva. Their work investigates how narrative and cinematic codes can expand our relationship to space and objects. Their research considers storytelling, editing, and filming as a tool to speculate and critically reflect on the habits that condition our perception of reality. Their work is exhibited internationally and in several major European public collections. They were recently awarded the New Point of View Award at This is Short Festival, The European Short Film Network (ESFN), and Swiss Competition at the Videoex Film Festival in Zurich.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Annelore Schneider

Annelore Schneider

The collectif_​fact comprised Annelore Schneider and Claude Piguet. They live and work between London and Geneva. Their work investigates how narrative and cinematic codes can expand our relationship to space and objects. Their research considers storytelling, editing, and filming as a tool to speculate and critically reflect on the habits that condition our perception of reality. Their work is exhibited internationally and in several major European public collections. They were recently awarded the New Point of View Award at This is Short Festival, The European Short Film Network (ESFN), and Swiss Competition at the Videoex Film Festival in Zurich.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team

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