BEFORE THE TIME CHANGES
BEFORE TIME CHANGES
Every year, the last week of October, between Saturday and Sunday, the transition from summer time to solar time takes place, the antechamber of the winter season. Before moving the hands back one hour and feeling the approach of darkness, someone decides to leave and celebrate the memory of the day.
Every year, in the last week of October between Saturday and Sunday, time shifts from summertime to wintertime, the anteroom of the winter season. Before turning the clocks back one hour and feeling the approaching darkness, somebody decides to leave and celebrate the memory of that day.
First Prize winner 2017
DIRECTOR'S NOTES AND PRODUCTION CONTEXT
Project written for the first time in 2004, Before the hour changes is the personal attempt to investigate the concept of time through the variation of the hours of light. A single Super 8mm roll, used at different shooting speeds, determines the pace of the day between impressions of light and the spectrum of darkness.
DIRECTOR'S NOTES AND CONTEXT OF PRODUCTION
A project written for the first time in 2004, Before Time Shifts is a personal attempt to investigate the concept of time through the variation in the hours of daylight. Just one roll of Super 8mm film, used at different shooting speeds, illustrates the majestic stride of day through the impression of light and the specter of darkness.