Lucas Vossoughi, Artur Golczewski - 11'
A young woman awakens next to a man, who, while not unfamiliar, seems oddly strange to her. She roams drowsily through his apartment, being awash with shreds of memories. Fragments of what happened last night, which don't add up to a coherent whole. In her head her own voice utters words to the man, words that seem awkward, devoid of meaning, even out of character for her. A picture on the wall pulls her in, spellbinds her. As her confusion slowly turns into fear, the picture seems to change too. From tranquility to warning. From an unclear past to an unclear future.
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Lucas Vossoughi, Artur Golczewski
Lucas Vossoughi, was born in Vienna in 1976 of Austrian and Persian ancestry. He studied communication, media sciences & anthropology at the University of Vienna, visual media art at the HdK in Berlin and producing at the Viennese film academy as a guest student. In 2008 he attended the Zurich Masterclass (with Ken Loach, CostaGavras, Peter Fonda etc). He was co-founder of the design label Ed’s Firearms & Supplies, was head director of the media department of Erste Bank, and also works as a media artist and freelance photographer. Since 2005 cooperating with:
Artur Golczewski was born 1980 in northern Poland and moved to Austria in 1989. He graduated in Physics and worked in international research on thermo-nuclear fusion. Along the way he recurrently got involved in journalistic projects like being the scientific editor in Swarovski’s internet project “the crystalweb”, or translating a book on the holocaust from Polish into English. He always found time to write short stories and screenplays and attended many international seminars and courses in screenwriting, dramaturgy, character development and editing