Oilfields Mines Hurricanes
Oilfields Mines Hurricanes is a road-movie in which the classical theme of the quest for Identity turns into a paradox: Salpa is a disorientated seeker who travels with a primitive fish, on a journey with no final destination or redemption, for he always finds himself estranged in the middle of nowhere. The disintegration of Salpa's multiple identity, a vivid metaphor for the modern loss of meaning, reflects the collective production of the film, written by eighteen different screenwriters. Based on John Cage's centuries-long organ piece As SLow aS Possible.
- 2014, 121MIN, Fiction
- DIRECTOR: Fabian Altenried
- CAMERA: Smina Bluth
- EDITOR: Fabian Altenried, Kristof Gerega
- SCRIPT: Fabian Altenried, Kristof Gerega a mnoho dalších / and many others
- SOUND: Victor Tricard
- ACTORS: Kristof Gerega, Runar Lund
Fabian Altenried is a writer and filmmaker. He studied fine arts and philosophy in Düsseldorf and Berlin. His complex practice founds on conceptual and collective production-processes & deals in its core with questions concerning identity and its construction. Oilfields Mines Hurricanes is his first feature film.