Les Irrécupérables, Paris, France, 2016

34th Uppsala Intl. Short Film Festival, Uppsala, Sweden, 2015

BIDEODROMO International Experimental Film & Video Festival, Bilbao, Spain, 2015

15th Kaohsiung Film Festival, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 2015

7th Cairo Video Festival, Cairo, Egypt, 2015

CHANNELS The Australian Video Art Festival, Melbourne, Australia, 2015

20th Split Film Festival - MFNF, Split, Croatia, 2015

Northern Wave International Film Festival, Grundarfjörður, Iceland, 2015

"Projection Room" at The Unstitute, UK, 2015

29th European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück, Germany, 2015

10th FILMIDEO, Newark, New Jersey, USA, 2015

artvideoKOELN, Cologne, Germany, 2015

Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival, Hawick, Scotland, 2015

Freiburg Film Forum, Freiburg, Germany, 2015

1st Quarantine Film Festival, Varna, Bulgaria, 2015

ProxyACT International Short Film Festival, London, UK, 2015

Copenhagen Short Film Festival, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2015

KARST Artist Film Screenings, Plymouth, UK, 2015

Listhús Gallery, Ólafsfjörður, Iceland, 2015

The Memefest Recognition for socially responsive Art, Melbourne, Australia, 2014

In collaboration with Troels Primdahl

original title (in Icelandic): FÓLK. HREYFINGAR. STAÐIR.

How to document or capture the particular ‘tone’ of homegrown inhabitants living in their everyday surroundings? And how to get each of them to express their own character with such an authenticity, that their portraits might even reveal something that they didn’t knew about themselves?

This choreographic documentary shows a series of ‘Interrelational Field Recordings’ from Siglufjörður on the Northern coast of Iceland. Through an artless concept of repetitions and bodily gestures an anthropological portrait of the inhabitants in small fishing village gradually emerges. Each of them is articulating their own person, not in the dimension of lingual communication, but simply through the similarities and differences that only the viewer is able to comprehend.

POEPLE. MOVES. PLACES. has been awarded with *The Memefest Recognition for socially responsive Art* at the Australian Memefest Festival 2014. A curator from the jury, Alana Hunt, writes:

»There are just so many things I love about this film. The composition. The rhythm. The intimacy. And the power of its simplicity. I left the film feeling as though I understood something in these people, I don’t normally understand in many of the people I am surrounded by each day. It felt like I had been part of a something intimate and honest[…] This film achieved a kind of filmic dialogue, in which I felt something quite intimate with those involved – despite never having a word uttered nor being in their physical proximity. That is almost, magic.«