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Access (2012)

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ProduktionslandDeutschland, Serbien

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 Schauspieler Rollename
  Ruth Herzing  putzfrau  [HR]  
  Karsten Kaie  älterer mann  [HR]  
  Ullrich Wittemann  junger mann  [HR]  
  Jörg Besser  7 herren  [NR]  
  Ossy Boz  7 herren  [NR]  
  Thomas Glatz  7 herren  [NR]  
  Felix Hörhager  7 herren  [NR]  
  Milan Mihajlović  7 herren  [NR]  
  Torsten Mühlbach  7 herren  [NR]  
  Aurélien Reichert  7 herren  [NR]  
  Leif Riecker  jugendlicher  [NR]  

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 Abteilung Tätigkeit Name Anmerkung
  Kamera Kameramann  Jakob Wiessner
  1. Kameraassistent  Thomas Schiller
  Kostüm Kostümbildnerin  Ruth Herzing
  Licht Oberbeleuchter  Benedikt Haas
  Best Boy  Jonas Dorscheid
  Maske Maskenbildnerin  Nikola Johannsen
  Postproduction/VFX Digital Colorist  Jakob Wiessner
  Produktion Postproduction Supervisor  Jakob Wiessner
  Regie Regisseurin  Anuk Miladinović
  1. Regieassistentin  Dana Lürken
  2. Regieassistentin  Ruth Herzing
  Schnitt Editor  Jakob Wiessner
  Editor  Anuk Miladinović
  Ton Filmtonmeister  Joachim von Breitenstein auch angelnd
  Ton-Postproduktion Mischtonmeister  Joachim von Breitenstein +Foley, SoundDesign

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Preisträger Jahr Preis Kategorie    
Anuk Miladinović2012Debutantenpreis der bayerischen Staats...Diplomgewonnen
Anuk Miladinović2013vkunst, Frankfurt a.M.Media Awardgewonnen
Anuk Miladinović2013Baustelle Schaustelle EssenArt Awardgewonnen

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“access”, Miladinović’s new video work, features a nondescript, grey, dry business environment in which anonymous, slightly ridiculous businessmen with drab suits and briefcases, a cleaning woman quietly going about her cleaning, a metro station and a peculiar lift take centre stage. The film is a kind of confusing non-event which intrigues precisely because it is a non-event: an illogical succession of minor, banal actions by anonymous, silent, mostly waiting figures in carefully staged settings, in which the absurd, repetition and – to a lesser degree – the surreal are recurrent themes. Although the film, and to a certain extent all of Miladinović’s work, is exceedingly illogical and alienating, it offers an instant familiarity, enabling the viewer to easily identify with what can be seen and heard. That’s why I would describe the piece as a visual fiction, and certainly not as a fantasy. Fiction offers the possibility of an immediate acceptance or credibility, like a seemingly realistic novel with convincing characters and a plausible plot. Fantasy is more like a world with its own laws, peopled by fantasy creatures that are far from our everyday lives. The artist does not go down that route. Her alienating fiction serves her well.
The observational character, the through-composed images, the attention to colour, detail, silence and rhythm and the sometimes slightly menacing undercurrent of Miladinović’s fiction evoke cinematic stylists such as Roy Andersson, Jacques Tati and David Lynch. The non-event dimension and the manipulation of banalities and messages between the lines in turn conjure up the bleak but compelling short stories of Raymond Carver. The ironic interaction with a given setting in a public space suggests to me similarities with installation artists such as the Belgian Guillaume Bijl, while I associate the pervasive absurdity and the unmistakable mise en scène in her work with the world of Samuel Beckett.

From "Out of the Ordinanry", Hans Op de Beeck, 2012


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 Produktionsinformationen   Anzahl der Drehtage 3
  Drehort/e München, Belgrad
  Lauflänge 09:17
 Technische Informationen   Seitenverhältnis k.A.
  Tonformat Stereo
  Farbe/SW Farbe

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