D: Arthur & Corinne Cantrill, Australia 1978, 12 min
The three-color separation process, preceding the invention of color motion picture films, offers a unique way of nature observation.
D: Petna Ndaliko Katondolo, USA 2020, 22 min
By recoding archival footage and intertwining it with contemporary images, Kapita exposes patterns of extraction and burial to decode colonial representations – and exploitation – of central African land and people – and mines the archival films for what they make invisible: the black-skinned workers evaporated by cameras calibrated to white, the collateral death and destruction interred in infrastructure. (Petna Ndaliko Katondolo)
D: Petna Ndaliko Katondolo, Congo / USA / Netherlands 2019, 37 min
Matata is told primarily through dance. Rhythm, color and movements, being more than just the film’s subjects, lead it away from prescribed representations of Africa into a new future.