HD | 2017 | United Kingdom | Color
A container ship is not an inanimate object. The ship that travels thousands of miles on the high seas is full of life, stories, tragedy and hope. The harbours reached, the industrial landscape one encounters, the cargo that floats in an endless ocean. Anina is a psycho-geographic film essay, documenting the ethnographic tendencies of the industrial landscape and its malevolent stature over the individual. The shipping industry’s ever-shifting landscape, affecting even this interaction you are having with this text, crafts its own mythology.
Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin 2019Liverpool Biennial 2018Bloomberg New Contemporaries 201831st European Media Art FestivalSwedenborg Prize 2018Once In Europa - Whitechapel GalleryVisions In the Nynnery - Nunnery GalleryOfficial Selection | Prague Short Film Festival 2019Official Selection | IndieLisboa International Film Festival 2018Official Selection | Athens Avant Garde Film Festival 2018Official Selection | Blow-Up International Arthouse Film Festival 2017