트루 러브 웨이츠, True Love Waits

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  • 트루 러브 웨이츠, True Love Waits
  • Genre 장르 : 실험/예술
  • Director/Writer 감독/작가 : Adi Halfin
  • Producer 책임 프로듀서 : Dallas Simms
  • Production 제작 : Experimental Film Virginia
  • DOP 촬영감독 : Roman Linetsky
  • MUSIC 음악 : Radiohead
Synopsis 시놉시스

 

세계적으로 유명한 이스라엘 댄서 안무가 Bobbi Jene Smith가 출연한 상실과 외로움에 대한 소름 끼치는 이야기 

A poignant tale of loss and loneliness, featuring world renowned dancer-choreographer, Bobbi Jene Smith

Directors Note 연출의도

I’ve long admired the athleticism and physical prowess of dancers as they defy the limits of their bodies with displays of kinetic choreography, but equally mesmerising are those performances defined by the applied disciplines of grace and poise. Expressing the inner pain of a women’s return to her troubled past, Adi Halfin’s experimental dance short True Love Waits is a paragon of the dancer’s ability to convey emotion and narrative through movement alone. DN invited Adi to reflect on the creative power of indulging exploration and intuition in art.

http://directorsnotes.com/2017/07/06/adi-halfin-true-love-waits/

 

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Director 감독
Biography 감독소개

Adi Halfin은 이스라엘 감독이자 시나리오 작가입니다. 그녀의 단편영화는 칸과 베를린을 포함한 100 개가 넘는 영화제에서 상영되었으며 국제적인 상을 받았습니다. 그녀가 Batsheva Dance Company를 위해 감독 한 "혼자의 집, Home Alone"은 샌프란시스코 댄스 영화제에서 단편 상을 포함하여 7 개의 국제 상을 받았습니다. Mark Ronson의 "Daffodils"(feat. Kevin Parker) 감독의 15 번째 클립은 Genero TV 콘테스트에서 우승했으며 Ronson의 톱 3 비디오 중 하나로 선정되었습니다. Adi는 광고 및 뮤직 비디오를 감독하고 현재 첫 장편 영화를 작업 중입니다.

Adi Halfin is an award-winning Israeli director and screenwriter. Her shorts have been screened in over 100 film festivals including Cannes and Berlinale, and have won international prizes.
"Home Alone", which she directed for Batsheva Dance Company was a viral hit and has won seven international prizes, including best short at the San Francisco Dance Film Festival.
The 15 second clip she directed for Mark Ronson's "Daffodils" (feat. Kevin Parker) won the Genero TV contest and was chosen as one of the top three videos by Ronson.
Adi directs commercials and music videos, and is currently working on her first feature film.

Filmography 필모그래피

Filmography:

 

2014

24 Hours Jerusalem – Documentary, ARTE and BR.

I was one of the directors in this fascinating project that tells the story of Jerusalem in real time. The film was shot and screened during 24 hours.

Winner: Best Documentary Series, German TV Awards 2014

 

 

2013

HOME ALONE – a promotional dance video for the Bat Sheva dance company.

Winner:

·       Best Short Under 5min – San Francisco Dance Film Festival 2014

·       Best Dance Film, Seoul International Extreme-Short Image & Film Festival 2014

·       "Best of the Fest" – Oklahoma Dance film festival 2014

·       Dance on Camera competition, Shortwaves festival, Poznan, Poland, 2016

·       Audience Award, FPS30 Festival, Ohio, USA, 2016

·       Audience Award, InShadow festival, Lisbon, 2016

·       Jury Recommendation Award, ROLLOUT Festival, Macau, 2016

Festivals: Over 40 festivals, including San Francisco Dance Film Festival, Jumping Frames International Video Dance Film Festival, Mile Zero Dance, Mostra Internacional de Videodança de São Carlos, Motion Captured Film Festival, National Center of Performing Arts in Beijing and many more…

 

 

 

2012

Strippers -  documentary, 30min

A film about the strippers’ industry in Israel, following the drama series “Allenby”.

Prod: Inosan, Mosh Danon (“Ajami”) for the Israeli Channel 10

 

2008-2012

Forget Thee Not - documentary.

A film about my parents' decision to move from Jerusalem to Tel-Aviv. 

 

2008

Family Tree - fiction, 14min

A short film for the Israeli Kid’s channel.

 

2004

Whatever It Takes (aka “Be’einayim Atsoumot”) - fiction, 17mins, 16mm

Winner:  Best Fiction, Sesuchte – Potsdam Intl. Student Film festival.

Festivals: Belinale, Frameline, Up and Coming intl. film festival of Hamburg, London LGBT film festival, Outfest LA, Medifilm festival, Rome.

The film participated in over 60 film festivals worldwide.

Prod: The Sam Spiegel Film School, Jerusalem

 

2004

No Place But Home (aka “Proyect Gvul”) – mixed genre, 9mins, video (b/w).

This semi-documentary, semi-fiction film was a part of “The Border Project”, a mixed genre project dealing with the definition of the word “border” in reflection to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

Festivals: Cannes (Cinefondation)

Prod: The Sam Spiegel Film School, Jerusalem

 

2002

Homecoming (aka “Chazara”) – fiction, 6mins, 16mm (colour).

Winner: The Mayor of Jerusalem Prize for directing.

Prod: The Sam Spiegel Film School, Jerusalem

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