Canadian-Korean filmmaker Albert Shin’s In Her Place is first and foremost an intimate character study, revolving around three female characters locked into an arrangement beset by compassion. Shot and set mainly in rural South Korean farmland, it follows the lives of a mother (Kil Hae-Yeon) and her young pregnant daughter (Ahn Ji-Hye), who agree to… Continue reading Albert Shin’s sophomore feature IN HER PLACE (2014)
A video essay on surveillance camera cinema – films made entirely out of surveillance camera footage- including Faceless, Influenza, and Der Riese. Essay written and edited by Christopher Heron and narrated by Amy Cunningham. This video essay was first published in February of 2012. Works Cited Doyle, Aaron. “An Alternative Current in Surveillance and… Continue reading Surveillance Camera Cinema (Video Essay)
Section 2 of our first issue is a video essay on surveillance camera cinema: films made entirely out of surveillance camera footage. Essay written and edited by Christopher Heron and narrated by Amy Cunningham.