肌肤之踪 Tracing Skin

导演:马克斯·库岑罗伊特
编剧:马克斯·库岑罗伊特
主演:毕夏普·布莱克、毕夏普·波尔罗宾
制片人:马克斯·库岑罗伊特
摄影:乔安·埃贝尔
类型:实验短片
时长:2分15秒
完成时间:2021
对白语言:无对白
字幕:英语
地区:德国
制片公司:无

Director: Max Kutschenreuter
Screenwriter: Max Kutschenreuter
Cast: Bishop Black & Polerobyn
Producer: Max Kutschenreuter
Cinematographer: Janne Ebel
Genre: Experimental Short film
Length: 2min15s
Year: 2021
Dialogue: No dialogue
Subtitles: English
Region: Germany
Production Company: None

故事梗概 Synopsis

身体是道风景,亲密在此穿行。《肌肤之踪》是一部实验性电影,讲述了酷儿们的亲密和迷恋之间的微妙界限,灵感来源于罗伯特·梅普尔索普。

The body is a landscape on which intimacy travels. Tracing skin is an explorative film about the fine line between intimacy and obsession between queer individuals. The film takes inspiration from the photography by Robert Mapplethorpe.

导演介绍 Director Biography

马克斯·库岑罗伊特是一位现居柏林的荷兰电影制作人和制片人。

2014年,他凭借两部短片(《伊卡洛斯》和《外生翅类》)从阿姆斯特丹里特维尔艺术学院毕业并获得艺术学士学位。随后,他搬到柏林,追求他对酷儿独立电影的热情并参与了多个叙事和纪录片项目。他试图在作品里融合和颂扬性、酷儿身份和人类的奇异性等主题,他的作品已经在世界各地的电影节上举行了放映。

Max Kutschenreuter is a Dutch, Berlin based filmmaker and producer.

In 2014 he graduated with a BFA from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy Amsterdam with his 2 short films (Icarus and Exopterygota). Subsequently he moved to Berlin to pursue his passion for queer independent cinema. There he has worked on both narrative and documentary projects. His films try to fuse and celebrate the themes of sexuality, queer identity, and the bizarreness of human existence, and have been screening at festivals worldwide.

导演阐述 Director Statement

正如贝尔·胡克斯所写的:“酷儿不是指你和谁发生性关系,尽管这可能是其中的一个方面,而是指与周围一切格格不入的自我,必须发明、创造和找到一个能够言之所想、恣意生长和幸福生活的地方。”

拥有这样酷儿经历的人往往没有被很好地代表,这正是我试图改变的。找到能够让这些躯体自由发言、生长和栖息的空间,这样我们才可能学会什么是耐心、坚韧和爱。

As Bell Hooks wrote: “Queer not as being about who you are having sex with, though that can be a dimension of it, but queer as about being about the self that is at odds with everything around it and has to invent and create and find a place to speak and to thrive and to live”.

The people of this queer experience are often not well represented, and this is exactly what I am trying to change.

Finding the spaces, where these bodies speak, thrive and live so we might learn their lessons of endurance and perseverance and love.

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