Directed by Marc Johnson
A woman named Kanchana and several scorpions explore collaborative survival approaches in a posthuman future in which all living being are considered equal. Inter-species sociability, the Anthropocene and the fable unfold in a futuristic and enchanted world.
Marc Johnson an award-winning French filmmaker working at the intersection of the Arts, Humanities, Science, and Technology. His practice invite us to an encounter with other forms of life and experiences engaging with Posthumanism among other scheme. To address those theories, he works in a variety of media from film, sculpture, site-specific and creative technologies from a posthumanist perspective, that is an attempt to reconsider what we have taken for granted about Homo sapiens, namely the hierarchies between humans and non-humans species.
Gaël Cabouat, Boris Mendza, David Atrackchi (Fulldawa Films)
Sundance, USA |2018| Official Competition
Regard sur le Court Métrage, Canada |2018| Official Competition
OLHO, Museo de Arte Moderna, Brazil |2018| Official Screening
Fort Myers Film Festival, USA |2018| Official Competition
Georgetown University Film Festival, USA |2018| Official Competition
Dallas Int. Film Festival, USA |2018| Official Competition
Rooftop Film Summer Series, USA |2018| Official Screening
Melbourne Int. Film Festival, Australia |2018| Official Competition
Vienna Short Film Festival, Austria |2018| Official Competition
STUFF: Mexico City Independent Film Festival, Mexico |2018| Official Competition