Rebana Liz JOHN
A warning sign flashes in her father’s life, that of a sailor who explored the expanse of the rough ocean. This film is a journey into the peripheral space created by a mental illness depicting the emotional weight experienced by the family caught up in it. Their history, dredged up by the parents, reflects and works like the very nature of memory. The film guides the audience to the place of intense reconciliation and deep thought through that very memory, which is the director’s current worry and position. [BAE Joo-Yeon]
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Rebana JOHN, an artist and a filmmaker, grew up in Mumbai, India who discovered filmmaking as her primary medium at the Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology in Bangalore, India. Her interests lie in effect-based narratives and study of the mutating position of an artist/filmmaker through documentary, public space art, animation and writing. She is currently completing her postgraduate course at the Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln, where she is refining her documentary practice by reframing existing approaches and formats.