Dust Breeding

What is the value of images as objective testimonies of a conflict? In Dust Breeding, Sarah Vanagt turns her attention to an important chapter in recent European history: the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague. Dust Breeding draws its source material from the accounts of expert witnesses, as well as from the multitude of documents (photos and videos) derived from the still ongoing trial of Radovan Karadžić. In parallel, the filmmaker carries out a series of pencil rubbings inside the tribunal’s courtroom: the movement of her hand and the imprints that are revealed by the pencil onto the paper, show us a landscape of details that were previously imperceptible. This exploration questions the facts, the material proofs of these facts, the images representing those facts, as well as the interpretation of those very images.

Price
Prijs
Prix
€ 3,50
Language
Taal
Langue
English
Subtitles
Ondertitels
Sous-titres
Dutch, French
Duration
Duur
Longueur
47'
Aspect Ratio
Beeldverhouding
Format d'image
1.78
A Film by
Een film van
Un film de
Image
Beeld
Image
Sarah Vanagt, ICTY (archive)
Producer
Producent
Producteur
Sarah Vanagt
Editing
Montage
Montage
Effi Weiss
Sound Editing
Klankmontage
Montage Son
Maxime Coton
Sound Mix
Klankmix
Mixage son
Rémy Gérard
Colour Correction
Kleurcorrectie
Etalonnage
Miléna Trivier
Production
Productie
Production
Balthasar
Co-production
Coproductie
Coproduction
Centre Vidéo de Bruxelles (CVB) - Michel Steyeart, Argos, Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Het Vlaams-Nederlands Huis deBuren, Wiels
With the Support of
Met de steun van
Avec le soutien de
Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), Centre du Cinéma de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie - VGC