An old photograph works as the starting point of this exploration. The image dates from the late-19th Century, and through it, the Austrian filmmaker transports as to the epicenter of cinematic nature.
Like a Santiago Álvarez squared (or multiplied by 4K, to be more precise), Siegfried A. Fruhauf –a descendant of Austria’s Great Generation of Tscherkassky, Deutsch and Arnold– redefines with Vintage Print the power of film as imagination, at the service of an amazing economy of resources. If the pioneer of Cuban montage cinema became immortal when he left us his phrase “give me two photographs, a moviola, and some music, and I’ll make you a film,” Fruhauf slims down that recipe by creating thirteen hyperkinetic minutes out of a single, century-old glass negative in decomposition. Ranging from figurative to abstract art, analogy to digital, and documentary to experimental, Vintage Print’s definitive achievement is that it reverses a road movie in its own terms, and the first thing that is left behind is the very same notion of cinema. PM
D: Siegfried A. Fruhauf F: Siegfried A. Fruhauf E: Siegfried A. Fruhauf S: Anna Katharina Laggner, Siegfried A. Fruhauf, Christoph Ruschak P: Siegfried A. Fruhauf
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He was born in Austria in 1976, and trained as a business manager. He studied experimental visual design at the University of Artitic and Industrial Design in Linz. He directed several plays and shows in the areas of film, video and photography.
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enjoy a free three-part program at cc recoleta: shorts from the “hacelo corto” fest, wallace & gromit and michael jackson.View all news