Also in this program
TEXT ME WHEN YOU GET HOME
“Text me when you get home” has been synonymous with the apprehension many women feel about going home alone at night, particularly since a post on Instagram went viral a few years ago. The title of this film is meant to be understood as a catchphrase for the various forms of harassment and abuse that women are subjected to day in and day out. Whether they’re in the office, on a train platform, or in a club, it’s hard for women to feel safe. This film explores this permanent sense of anxiety through calm and graceful choreographed dance movements.
- Duration: 11 min.
Meet the director
Jennica Arnesson, Lea Dähne
Jennica Arnesson is a contemporary dancer and choreographer from Gothenburg, Sweden. She attended the Iwanson International School of Contemporary Dance under the direction of Johannes Härtl. She is currently working in the independent scene as a dancer, choreographer and teacher. TEXT ME WHEN YOU GET HOME is her latest project.
Lea Dähne studied audiovisual media at the Stuttgart Media University. Since 2020, she has been studying cinematography at the HFF Munich. Alongside her studies, she has created free art projects and been a camera operator on various commercial film productions.