A Man Who Sank His Head :: camera obscura film - Jarek Kordaczuk
Experimental film shot using the camera obscura technology (camera obskura). Short film clip, the movie (a bit) animation, one actor. Direction, production photos and Adam Smoczynski. This is probably the world's first movie filmed in camera obscura technology. Music for the film, composer Jarek Kordaczuk, experiment with his film music and vocalize Basia Raduszkiewicz. Film music, soundtrack, music track composed by Jaroslaw KORDACZUK. Adam Snoczynski is the author of film , Jarek Kordaczuk wrote the music. Adam Smoczyńskiego diploma, Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, 2002.

A Man Who Sank His Head Music to an experimental short film. Screenplay, photos and direction: Adam Smoczyński Music: Jarek Kordaczuk About the film A Man Who Sank His Head In this film, the story is not important. Someone will say that this is the record of a nightmare, and someone else that this it the way to get over the madness of the world surrounding us. Author leaves the interpretation to the audience. I think  it's more a strange picture mantra than a film drama. Vivid picture and music want to grip the audience for 3 minutes in a smooth, sticky, drawn by light, surrealictic recording with camera obscura. This is probably the first film recording which uses a simple box with a hole, or actually hundreds of separate boxes, where each box was often a separate film frame. The author experiments with the possibility of making photos using camera obscura and combining the photos in a smooth wholeness. This film is a result of the first stage of his work.                     ~~ Adam Smoczyński Soundtrack is based on the theme from Dance I (Moved Moments) with Basia Raduszkiewicz's vocalise. Photos and direction: Adam Smoczyński Music: Jarek Kordaczuk Vocalise: Basia Raduszkiewicz Premiere: 2002. Inside of camera obscura. Experimental music Installations Coral music Solo pieces Improvised music Acousmatic music Electronic Music Monoctone Pieces for children Jarek Kordaczuk mp3 Dark Energy Agnieszka Kołodyńska Pantomime Electroacoustic music Vocal-instrumental music Instrumental Music Musical interpretations of fairy tales Compositions Adam Smoczyński Sacred Music EWI ProForma Theatrical music Jan Brzechwa Julian Tuwim Sebastian Wypych Poetic song Sung poetry Jarosław Kordaczuk Arrangements Videoclips Animations Titelituralia Onomatopeic compositions Theatre of Sound A Room Full of Fairy Tales Children's Art Centre Cezary Konrad Krzysztof Herdzin Basia Raduszkiewicz Music for children

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A Man Who Sank His Head

Music to an experimental short film.

Screenplay, photos and direction: Adam Smoczyński
Music: Jarek Kordaczuk

A Man Who Sank His Head
Photos and direction: Adam Smoczyński
Music: Jarek Kordaczuk
A Man Who Sank His Head

In this film, the story is not important. Someone will say that this is the record of a nightmare, and someone else that this it the way to get over the madness of the world surrounding us. Author leaves the interpretation to the audience. I think  it's more a strange picture mantra than a film drama. Vivid picture and music want to grip the audience for 3 minutes in a smooth, sticky, drawn by light, surrealictic recording with camera obscura. This is probably the first film recording which uses a simple box with a hole, or actually hundreds of separate boxes, where each box was often a separate film frame. The author experiments with the possibility of making photos using camera obscura and combining the photos in a smooth wholeness. This film is a result of the first stage of his work.                    
~~ Adam Smoczyński

Soundtrack is based on the theme from Dance I (Moved Moments) with Basia Raduszkiewicz's vocalise.

Photos and direction: Adam Smoczyński
Music: Jarek Kordaczuk
Vocalise: Basia Raduszkiewicz

Premiere: 2002.

Inside of camera obscura.