KendrameltzerThursday, Feb 04, 2016 - 04:05:07 pm
It was such and interesting and unusual topic what inspired you to create a film/documentary like this one?
What was the most challenging thing you encountered on during the process?
How long did the film take to create in total? Including the prep, filming and editing?
Questions abt Karst
What was the inspiration and motivation for this idea, why did you start making this documentary?
While in the filming process, will filmmaker affect the peoples who was being filmed in the documentary? If so, how to try to reduce the impact of them and better working with them?
Did you encounter any problems or risks in filming process and how did Read more →
Kristoffer WännerdahlThursday, Feb 04, 2016 - 03:07:09 pm
@ K W
A very interesting and clever film that captures a peaceful and seemingly untouched environment in some aspects. I also like how the different relationships are captured. Below are some questions:How did you come up with the idea of making this movie? Did you have any personal relationship to the “karstic landscape” before you started to shoot the film? What was the most difficult part, planning, filming Read more →
PearlynnThursday, Feb 04, 2016 - 02:44:29 pm
Something that really caught my attention during the film is that while it’s styled to resemble a documentary, the characters in the movie have never looked into the camera or overlaid a narrative to explain their discourse.
My first question:Were the characters and their actions scripted in general?Follow ups: What was your instinct that you know you have to capture the moments if they Read more →
After watching the film Karst (2014), there are several points that I am interested to talk about.
Does the concept of planning and building the house applies to other project planning as well?
Is it trying to tell the relationship between the people and the house?
What is the most challenging part in the production of the film?
The One With The Questions on Karst
KamaruleThursday, Feb 04, 2016 - 12:58:18 am
A very clever use of visuals and human conversation to tell a story. It makes me wonder whether those people who build the house is also hard as Karst. Here are my questions.
Is there any issues in terms of environmental in building a home in the middle of an undisturbed landscape?
Are the workers building the house from Montenegro or Goran Read more →
Questions for KARST
Karst, terrain usually characterized by barren, rocky ground, caves, sinkholes, underground rivers, and the absence of surface streams and lakes.
I really liked how the title was very direct Read more →
Questions for KARST
Cindy ChanWednesday, Feb 03, 2016 - 04:30:32 pm
Just to add,
I like how the filmmaker includes construction work, that are normally perceived as noisy, into the serene countryside and with the help of a native family. I love the scene of the blasting of stones, Read more →
Origami Shadow Art of Actual Faces
This is a cool installation art for American Express office lobby. It’s made by artist Kumi Yamashita who experts in creating artworks by using real light and shadow. First he collect photos and profiles of employees as the sources, then work with light shadow and papers to reveal actual faces. During the execution, a kind of mathematical Read more →
Fragility of Time
Flower sculpture by Spanish artist Ignacio Canales Aracil. To form the shape of sculpture, he gets no help from adhesives but just a month long drying process and the intricate weaving pattern. Though the method he uses may be a risk that sculpture would break at any moment. However, it just suits the Read more →