Fahrenheit 4.33

"Contemporary mythology as a representation of a catharsis. A thousand variations of the human void. Translated by the definition of our identities that have become amorphous. The stasis. The alteration of our psyche. Vertigo. An existential schism. The labyrinth built by Daedalus. Death is not an end in itself. Perhaps an inertia. Without reproduction.

  • Fred L'Epee
  • Fred L'Epee
  • Fred L'Epee
    Executive producer
  • Jean-Baptiste Lozac'h
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short, Web / New Media, Other
  • Genres:
    Digital, Film, Avant-garde, Cinema, Experimental, Movie, Short, Drama, Performance, Installation, Video, Art, Sound, Music, Design, Narrative
  • Runtime:
    12 minutes 43 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 2, 2016
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  • Shooting Format:
    Digital HD (1920x1080)
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Distribution Information
  • Helicon Films
    Country: Switzerland
Director Biography - Fred L'Epee

Fred L'Epee is an independent filmmaker and emergent visual artist within the international film avant-garde. His films and visual works has been shown in several international film festivals, cinemas, symposiums, juried screenings, numerous solo/group exhibitions. He's working and living between Switzerland, Greece and France.

Founder of Helicon Films with co-producers: Ed Alvarado and Jean-Baptiste Lozac'h. An Indie Film Label of Cinematography and Sound design.

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Director Statement

In my personal journey as an artist, I always observe our being as an eternal procession. We are part of the process that goes from geometry to the universe. Abstraction with undefined shapes and lines to an ultimately unknown destination. The story of the human being. Like a post-atomic myth or a pre-war blues. We always choose the feeling of belonging and farewell. We belong to our movements which are the expansion of our cycles. The structure of our human geometry. Time is the rotation of our existence. Through this movement, we use the memory in our psycho-affective system in order to imagine our freedom, our cries, our drifts, our social struggles. In exile, all that we are. We belong to this path. And we use it as an ultimate form of being. The ideal is definitely established. I think it is the path of our metamorphosis. The path of our evolution. Without this, world is nothing.