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Beaivi

SYNOPSIS
Une femme Saame (lapone) projetée dans la vie suédoise raconte les rennes, le bruit des rennes, tout au fond du cercle polaire, mais surtout les paroles de son grand-père. L’histoire d’une mythologie, de la naissance du monde chez les Saames.

 

A PROPOS DE BEAIVI
«After the little animation “Cinema” I saw “Beaivi” by Anette Niia, Frédéric Choffat and Christophe Chammartin. We hear the voice of a woman who wants to be Swede rather a Lapp – a desire for escape quite different from the exotic ones I mentioned earlier. Her grandfather uses reindeer to tell a creation myth story. The deers are filmed abstractly, the cinematography was the best in the whole festival – beautiful black and white like Murnau, a reminder that in the 1920s, Nordic filmmaking and the use of light by directors like Benjamin Christensen and Victor Sjöström was the best in the world. It’s this film which has the unforgettable shift of the reindeer’s eye. The almost subliminal intercutting of men bodies with these of the deer was divine.»
in Short Films Evaluation by Mark Cousins, at Nordisk Panorama, Kiruna 1998. (Filmkontakt Nord / København )

 

CRÉDITS
Scénario et réalisation:
Frédéric Choffat, Christophe Chammartin, Anette Niia.
Caméra: Frédéric Choffat
Lumière: Christophe Chammartin
Montage: Frédéric Choffat
Son: Julien Sulser
Musique originale: Didier de Giorgi
Voix: Lena Parvex

DONNÉES TECHNIQUES
Court-métrage 16mm 5 minutes
Noir/blanc 25 fr/sec
Langue originale: Français et saame (lapon) sous-titré français
Sortie officielle: automne 1997
tourné avec une Bolex à ressort

PRIX / FESTIVALS
Compétition: Compétition Vision du Réel -Nyon 1998 – Soleure – Nordisk Festival – Split…