Work, School or college every place has a photocopier of some sorts. In Short Sunday Theatre, Tamás Kőszegi‘s The Copyist is a short where a photocopier sees everything. We mean EVERYTHING!
Away back in the late 1990s I was studying Graphic Design. We we’re fortunate to have a very old photocopying machine, it work wonders. Especially as wannabe Graphic Designer, experiment is the name of the game and you tried anything to get what you want. Old copiers create some interesting concepts and I created some great projects.
The Copyist is a multi award-winning experimental short film about a sexual intercourse happening on the glass of a photocopier, entirely recorded with the machine itself. This enables to make an animation with three dimensional objects and even real actors, using a quite strange way of recording. The Copyist is a postmodern fusion of graphic art and the early moving silent film.
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The office photocopier sees much more than we can imagine. In the darkness of the copy room anything can happen. The Copyist is the first narrative film ever made with a photocopier.
The film lasts only 8 minutes long and stars Attila Simon,Rebeka Valu.
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