Is it possible to create a new visual language that activates the viewer’s imagination in a time of visual saturation? Is it possible to make a feature film without representative images? In her research project The Visual Silence, Mia Engberg explores new ways of using image and non-image in an attempt to get closer to the core of the film story.
Mia Engberg holds a masterclass together with Margaux Guillemard, filmmaker and lecturer at the Sorbonne in Paris, about the work with the Belleville trilogy and the search for a new film aesthetic. The seminar begins with Margaux Guillemard’s short film The Last Name of John Cage. (English only)