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In the Middle of a Movie (2004)

For the last three years Finnish artist Tellervo Kalleinen had an unusual occupation: she traveled around the globe looking for writers to collaborate with to write her a role. Each scene ... See full summary »

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Tellervo Kalleinen ...
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Nina Zakrahova ...
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Rebecca Chernoff ...
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Jouni Nurminen ...
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Silva Lutz ...
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Pétur Björn Jónsson ...
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Pera ...
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Markus ...
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Dimitry Verholat ...
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Adriana Yugovich ...
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Anders Melts ...
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Sólrún Þorgeirsdóttir ...
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Mehrdad Nilchian ...
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Alexander Zubov ...
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For the last three years Finnish artist Tellervo Kalleinen had an unusual occupation: she traveled around the globe looking for writers to collaborate with to write her a role. Each scene is brief, and they vary as greatly as the imaginations of her writers in each country. Altogether 65 film scenes were filmed in peoples' homes - all of them very different from each others. The project was realized in Helsinki (Finland), Hamburg (Germany), Los Angeles (USA), Seydisfjördur (Iceland), St. Petersburg (Russia) and Tallinn (Estonia). Kalleinen worked with local cameramen as she wanted to grasp local aesthetics on films. The insights into the cities and the people are remarkable, from quiet domesticity to violent exploitation, revealing how people view the possibilities of video differently from country to country. Written by Anonymous

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19 April 2004 (Finland)  »

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Compilation of Tellervo Kalleinen's Project: In the Middle of a Movie  »

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