Experimental concept work inspired by photographies by Miroslav Tichy.
Tichy was a photographer who, from the 1960s until 1985 took thousands of surreptitious pictures of women in his hometown of Kyjow in the Czech Republic, using homemade cameras constructed of cardboard tubes, tin cans and other at-hand materials. Most of his subjects were unaware that they were being photographed.
Director and writer: Réka Szűcs
Producers: Réka Szűcs, Kristof Helyei, Miklós Holczer
Performers: Bea Egyed, Zoltán Grecsó
Filmmaker, dancefilm researcher, curator.
Born in Pécs, Hungary, 1981.
Doctor of Liberal Arts (University of Theatre and Film Arts Budapest)
Currently lives and works in Budapest, Hungary
She is PhD candidate of Department of Modern Literatures and Literary Theory of the Faculty of the Humanities, DLA candidate of University of Theatre and Film Arts Budapest and artistic director of Értékmegőrző|SAFE Contemporary Art Studio Budapest. She has made at least 15 films. Her creations have been shown in different international festivals around the world.
Interview to Réka Szűcs, talking about her creative experience. Filmed via long distance computer call: SKYPE.