ONES @ LSFF 2017

We are excited to announce we are an official selection of the 14th London Short Film Festival! ONES is part of the New Shorts: Experiments: Leftfield + Luscious program.
Get yourself some tickets and come to experiment with us and many others at the start of the new year!

LSFF #14
Date: 8 January 2017
Time: 6.30 pm
Tickets: ICA, Cinema 1, London


ONES
a film by Anne Verheij & Miku Tsuchiya

Across the former pedestrian tunnels of Elephant & Castle the individual’s rhythm beats amidst the pulse of the restless city.

ONES_LSFF©ANNE•2015

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ONES – week 6

From the start of this project Miku and I have said that it would be an experiment, where we would discover what happens if you give two collaborators from two different disciplines the same material, which has been created together, to edit an individual film of the exact same length, using the exact same soundtrack.

Since we are each editing at the moment from individual perspectives without communicating about the process, we are bound to have two very different films that will come together through location, sound, style and performance.

Miku is a choreographer who explores the space with her whole body, merging it in to the environment. As a visual artist, I explore the space through a camera lens and frame, putting my body outside of the environment to let my eyes make a composition of the different elements within it. Therefore, our methods of exploring the various locations will have been different and thus it will affect our editing processes.

This by far is the most fascinating and thrilling part of the project so far, because we can’t predict the exact outcome. I’m very excited to see the differences and similarities between how Miku and I see, think and explore when we are not creating together in person.

ONES
2 women
2 countries
2 disciplines
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1 installation

Miku_falling©ANNE•_2014

Photo by © ANNE• 2015

Collaboration with Jack Goodwin

I dare you!

Tomorrow, 25th of November, my almost 48hour collaboration with composer Jack Goodwin will be shown at Goldsmiths Great Hall at 7.30pm.

Jack has asked me to make an abstract and non-narrative film to accompany his soundtrack, after he saw my film work. This collaboration is a first in a line of experiments we will undertake over the coming months in which sound and film will be explored.

We start with me responding in a first visual film reaction to the soundtrack Jack composed, after which Jack will compose a first musical reaction to my film. Further down the line we will see what this will bring us and if or how we can start the process of creating simultaneously.

Come and see!

experiment©ANNE•_2013