This film is part of the follwing short film programme:
Phoney Sights is a satiric critique of the current social and political changes that are happening locally, in Europe and in the World aesthetically explored through (de)formation of landscapes and cityscapes. Phony Sights considers social and political issues and even quantum physics when searching for an answer to the questions: Where are we? and Where are we going?
Ana Čigon, Barbara Žefran, Mojca Dimec, Ivan Peternelj, Blaž Šef, Julita Kropec
Ana Čigon (*1982) is an artist from Slovenia that works in diverse artistic fields like film, video art and performance. She studied video and new media art in Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Linz (Austria). Her projects tackle social issues, such as under-representation of women in history, LGBTIQ+ topics and marginalised social groups, pursuit of happiness, the effects of neo-liberalism on society and such. Her works often contain elements of humour and irony. She is the winner of OHO Award 2010, finalist for the Slovenia Henkel Award and finalist of Vordemberge Gildewart Foundation Award. Her films have been presented on international film festivals worldwide, for which she received numerous nominations, two audience choice awards and three jury awards. Filmography: – Rebellious Essence, 5’, short animation, 2017 – Tok/Flow, 54’, coauthors Ida Hiršenfelder, Saša Spačal, mid-length documentary, 2016 – Remembering the Others, 46’, mid-length documentary, 2015 – Heroinat/Heroines, 15’, short documentary, 2015 – Francka, 1’10’’, short animation, 2015 – One More Kick, 3’40’’, video art/experimental film, 2010 – Discovery Beyond the Transparency, 3’40’’, video art, 2009