Private Project

She will have would like

She is dancing, feeling uneasy. He crawls. The wheelchair is motionless.

In a movie choreographed by Luigia Riva, an allegory of the masked Covid era takes place, as a new situation pervades sexual desire and disability

  • Hormoz
    I dreamt under the water, Fusionnel, Les Lèvres Bleues, Labyrinthe obscur
  • Hormoz
    I dreamt under the water, Fusionnel, Les Lèvres Bleues, Labyrinthe obscur
  • Luigia Riva
    In / Contro, Innesti, Inedito 2, Innocenti
  • Constrictor
  • Vasile Faur
    Key Cast
  • Brenya's
    Key Cast
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Elle aurait voudrait
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short, Other
  • Genres:
    Dance, fiction, music, experimental, choregraphy
  • Runtime:
    6 minutes 35 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 6, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    2,800 EUR
  • Country of Origin:
  • Country of Filming:
  • Shooting Format:
    black magic
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • 2022 XXVe Rencontres Internationales Traverse, Toulouse, France
    April 7, 2022
  • 2021 Les Passeurs de Lumière, Bannalec, France
  • 2022 Festival OVNi, Nice, France
  • 2022, Nahia film fest, Granada, Spain
  • 2022 Dança em foco, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Director Biography - Hormoz

1996: Hormoz’s photography is shown in French magazines and New York galleries. The short film “Les lèvres bleues (The blue lips)” is selected in festivals. His imagery is erotic, morbid, surrealistic.
In the years 2000, Hormoz covers as a photojournalist nightclubbing issues for Nova Magazine, e.m@le, Qweek and De l’air. Released in several countries, nocturnal feature film “I dreamt under the water” relates the story of a man starving for love. In 2009, the Nivet-Carzon Gallery exhibits “Bestial”, a tale bringing together animal and mankind. “Ajutila” and “He has, will have, would like”, the major following solo exhibitions in 2019-22 about the affective life of disabled persons, has also led to debates including multimedia representations in France, Belgium and New Zealand.
This last decade and until today, aside the monography books “Baptême” and “Another”, Hormoz continues showing pictures at the Maison Internationale de la Photographie, Agnès B and international galleries and festivals, while teaching photography, curating and organizing artistic workshops in Paris and suburbs.
His current work focuses on social issues in narrative choreography movies, and “Feed the invisible” a picture book project started since 2014 in the Pacific Ocean islands.

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Director Statement

A l’ère masquée Covid, une nouvelle donne s’imprègne au désir sexuel et handicap-affectif.
La parole, le toucher et l'étreinte seraient vecteurs d'aérosols contaminants. Pour exprimer, illimiter la possibilité de nos rapports avec une distance de sécurité, il reste la danse et le langage corporel.