Cinematographers and fellow film-geeks, you cannot miss this one! We are honoured to welcome as our special guest this session director/cinematographer CLAIRE PIJMAN. Claire Pijman worked as a cinematographer on feature films such as ‘Good Morning Karachi, by Sabiha Sumar, ‘Jermal’ by Ravi Bharwani, Wim Wenders' “Buena Vista Social club” among many others. Claire also directed ( and shot ) several documentaries amongst: ‘Later we care’, ‘Foot on the moon’, (on the set of ‘Dancer in the Dark’), ‘Talking Guitars’. Her most recent documentary is ‘Living the Light’-a film on Robby Müller premiered on September 4th at the 75th Venice Film festival's competition and it counts with testimonies of Jim Jarmusch, Lars von Trier among others.
MORE ABOUT CLAIRE
In 1990 Claire Pijman graduated in cinematography at the Film Academy in Amsterdam. Since then she works as a cinematographer on documentaries and fiction. She photographed feature films like ‘Good Morning Karachi, by Sabiha Sumar and ‘Jermal’ by Ravi Bharwani. A longtime friendship and apprenticeship with Robby Müller started after she operated one of the cameras on the “Buena Vista Social club”, by Wim Wenders. Robby Müller is one of her most important inspirators. Besides working as a DoP she also directed ( and shot ) several documentaries amongst: ‘Later we care’, ‘Foot on the moon’, (on the set of ‘Dancer in the Dark’), ‘Talking Guitars’. Her most recent documentary is ‘Living the Light’-a film on Robby Müller and his work, based on his personal archive. This film will premiere September 4th at the 75th Venice Film festival in competition.
In our Official Selection, you can watch and meet the teams of:
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Wouter Jansen | Live-Action | 15:00 | PREMIERE
Enter the bleakest place in the ugly sad and forgotten sewers of the old west.
A ghost-town where the scent of anything good seems to be long gone.
When local artist Luc le Blanc draws the portrait of his enemy on a wanted poster, a chain reaction of killings and fraudulence is started.
Kuba Szutkowski, Edgar Kapp | Live-Action | 08:00
The conflict between a shopkeeper and his mother escalates. There is violence he will regret. A naive passerby questions the tension using film references. A comic ode to suspense cinema.