INSEMNOPEDY I: THE DREAM OF VICTOR F.
After creating his monster, Victor Frankenstein goes to sleep, but he is tormented by bad dreams. At first he enjoys encountering his wife, Elizabeth, but then, between huge sheets of fabric and ghostly veiled figures, he is confronted with death, the depths of his soul, and horror. In this experimental film, we dream along with him. Gloomy, dramatic sounds enable us to fully engage with the dark imagery that the director has found for sleep.
- Filmschool: Le Fresnoy
- Duration: 23 Min.
THE FATHER I KNEW
Cast: LIilou-Magali Robert, Julian Eggerickx, Younes Es-Safy, Sarah Schrader, Samantha Peny
Screenplay: Faye Formisano
Original Material: Mary Shelley
Director of Photography: Pascal Auffray
Film Editor: Ludovic de Oliveira
Composer: Guillaume Durrieu, Le Banquet
Sound design: Jérôme Petit
Production Company: Le Fresnoy
Director: Faye Formisano
Faye Formisano, born in 1984, lives and works in Paris. She carries out transversal research combining contemporary dance, painting, and film. Textiles play an essential role in her work. She questions concepts such as the undone bond, the mind, loss, and memory. She has staged two live shows in which sound plays an important role. Formisano attends Le Fresnoy – Studio national des arts contemporains.