Tajga

Taiga

  • Short Fiction Video Film
  • 8' 23''
art, experimental, video-art
  • 1996
  • Slovenia
480 SD

Taiga is a dark video landscape with human figures in menacing costumes, but it also includes two almost naked fighters and a drowning woman. Wax dogs add to the coldness of the video taiga; they actually melt away, while the electronic only serves to accelerate the process. The essence of taiga is the act of destruction or transition. The destruction of art form creates a new, entirely different pattern. The transition becomes an event with a message. Sculptures are the landmarks of the beginning and of the end.

Director Ema Kugler
Cast Goran Bogdanovski, Manca Dorrer, Mihaela Klarič
Awards 1 award

Writing

screenwriter

Direction

director

Cinematography

director of photography

Music

music composer

Editing

film editor
(on-line)
film editor
(off-line)

Production design

production designer

Costume design

costume designer

Make-up

key make-up artist

Sound design

sound designer
sculptor
camera operator
lighting designer
lighting designer
lighting designer
musician/singer
(vocals)
Alternative title
Taiga (English)
Genres
art, experimental, video-art
Production countries
Slovenia
Technical data
Aspect ratio
1,33:1 (4:3)
Duration and length
8' 23''
Colour
Color
Sound
stereo
Negative format
video Betacam SP
Screening formats
video D-3

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