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Joanna Hogg – Exhibition #Berlinale

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The concept of architecture in film, as shown in Joanna Hogg’s work Exhibition.

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Joanna Hogg – filmmaker – Exhibition

FRED Film Radio, I’m Matt Micucci from the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. This is an extract from the Berlinale Talents master class entitled “Room for Emotions: Embodying Architecture in Film”.

In this extract, filmmaker Joanna Hogg discusses the concept of architecture in film by referring directly to her 2013 film Exhibition, in which the setting on the house played a specific and defining role.

Plot: Joanna Hogg is a British film director and screenwriter. Her feature films have won numerous awards and include UNRELATED, ARCHIPELAGO and EXHIBITION (2007), which starred the artist Liam Gillick and the musician Viv Albertine. Joanna co-founded the film collective A Nos Amours with Adam Roberts. Dedicated to programming over-looked and under-exposed cinema, its retrospective of the complete works of Chantal Akerman runs until late-2015. She is currently working on a film about the 1980s.

Click here to listen to the full 2015 Berlinale Talents master class “Room for Emotions: Embodying Architecture in Film” on FRED Extra.

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    Joanna Hogg
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    Berlinale Talents
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