Stardust

Belgium, 2010, Colour, 20 min

Stardust is the second part of the trilogy where Provost films everyday life with a hidden high resolution camera and edits the images into a fiction film using cinematographic codes and narrative tools from the Hollywood film language. The award winning Plot Point (2007) that turned everyday life around Times Square into a thriller film being the first part of the trilogy, this time Provost takes his hidden camera to Las Vegas in Stardust and films real Hollywood stars - Jon Voight, Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson and turns the glorious and ambiguous power of the gambling capital into an exciting crime story.

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Nicolas Provost (1969) is a filmmaker and visual artist who has moved back to Brussels after a ten-year stay in Norway. His work is a reflection on the grammar of cinema and the relation between visual art and the cinematic experience, analysing and questioning the phenomenon of cinema, its various elements, its influence and conventional rules. His work intends to walk on the fine line between dualities and balance between the grotesque and the moving, beauty and cruelty, the emotional and the intellectual.
Rotterdam IFF 2011. Sundance 2011. Clermont-Ferrand 2011. Cinéma du Réel 2011. Staff award - Milano FF 2010. Diploma of Merit by the jury – Tampere FF 2011. Vienna Short Film Award -VIS Vienna Independent Shorts 2011.

Tim Van Laere Gallery
Verlatstraat 23-25
2000 Antwerp, Belgium
+32 (0) 3 257 14 17
info@timvanlaergallery.com

Screening

21.08, 12:00, Shtëpia e Kultures

Category

Nicolas Provost: Plot Point Trilogy

Director

Nicolas Provost

Producer

Nicolas Provost

Cinematography

Nicolas Provost

Sound

Nicolas Provost

Editing

Nicolas Provost

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