BRATISLAVA: Slovak director Viera Čákanyová is ending postproduction on her documentary essay Notes from Eremocene / Poznámky z Eremocénu. The movie is a Slovak/Czech coproduction.
Notes from Eremocene explores the potential of synthetic intelligence and blockchain applied sciences in coping with advanced world issues we generate: local weather change and the disaster of parliamentary democracy. From a curious, playful and important standpoint, it questions the best techno-optimistic mannequin of the longer term.
It is usually a hands-on, private movie, a type of an audiovisual postcard despatched by the writer to the longer term, primarily based on a fictive dialog with the writer’s future digital copy. It combines Tremendous 8 and 16 mm diary type footage with the LiDAR level cloud expertise, additionally formally emphasising the stress between analogue and digital way forward for mankind.
The manufacturing passed off in New Zealand, USA, Germany, Greece, Slovakia and the Czech Republic from March 2018 to September 2021.
„The troublesome section of enhancing took greater than a 12 months. We’re presently engaged on sound postproduction and grading. In the meanwhile, we’re additionally on the lookout for a gross sales agent“, Viera Čákanyová advised FNE.
Movie Expanded would be the Slovak distributor.
Notes from Eremocene is the final a part of a trilogy which incorporates Čákanyová´s debut, the experimental documentary FREM (produced by Hypermarket Movie in coproduction with Punkchart Movies and the Czech Tv), which premiered on the Berlinale Discussion board 2020, and White on White (produced by Guča s.r.o. in coproduction with Marina Movies from the Czech Republic), which received the Opus Bonum Worldwide Competitors of the twenty fourth Ji.hlava IDFF.
Guča s.r.o. (Slovakia)
Marina movies (Czech Republic)
Director: Viera Čákanyová
Scriptwriter: Viera Čákanyová
DoP: Viera Čákanyová
Editor: Viera Čákanyová
Assistant editor: Alexandra Gojdičová
Grading: Dominik Jursa
Sound design/combine: Marek Buranovský
Dramaturgy: Klára Tasovská