Director: Tereza Vejvodová
Synopsis: The young woman is looking for an apartment in busy metropolis, while overcoming an ubiquitous alienation and trying to find closeness. Film uses combination of stylised movements and expressive dance to discover new forms of film language with emphasis on the role of sound and picture more than dialogue. As she explores the spaces, a new meaning is given to seemingly banalities of everyday life. Physical dialogue with the void begins as the question of space identity in an anonymous cityscape.
Bio: Tereza Vejvodová (*1995) graduated at Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU). She is director, scriptwriter and occasionally editor of her own projects. Her student short film A Part (2017) won Special Jury Prize at FAMUFEST Film Festival in 2017, was nominated for the Magnesia Award by the Czech Film and Television Academy and was featured in the National Competition at Prague Short Film Festival. Another short film Sugar (2019), exploring contemporary forms of relationships such as sugar dating, was premiered at the Aesthetica Short Festival’s Official Selection and won Special Jury Prize at Ostrava Kamera Oko Film Festival in 2019. Delimitation is her experiment with classical narrative and expressive dance as a form of acting and is a result of her fascination by the physical expression of human body and abstract visual forms. Tereza is currently working on two feature film scripts, one of them ‘’The Flower’’ was supported by the Czech Film Fund. Besides that she works as an editor and director for non- profit organisation Post Bellum she also directs music videos.
Program: Color, Movement & Space – VAEFF 2020