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D3C05

Director Blaze Gonzalez, Hannah Gaengler
Choreographer Liony Garcia
United States 2021
4 minutes
A sci-fi love letter to Miami’s Art Deco architecture.

Synopsis

D3C05 is a sci-fi love letter to Miami’s Art Deco architecture. The film takes the idea of optimistic futurism and reimagines the concept within a neo-human world, where the boundaries between human, nature, and object coalesce; a world where synesthetic communication and performative rituals reign.

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D3C05 is a sci-fi love letter to Miami’s Art Deco architecture. The film takes the idea of optimistic futurism and reimagines the concept within a neo-human world, where the boundaries between human, nature, and object coalesce; a world where synesthetic communication and performative rituals reign.

Full credits

Section
Out of Competition
Director
Blaze Gonzalez, Hannah Gaengler
Choreographer
Liony Garcia
Production countries
United States
Production year
2021
Duration
4 minutes

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