Homo/Vegetal

A film by Christophe Loizillon – 34 mn – 2012

Still frames

Photogramme - Homo/Vegetal

Synopsis

The film is made with six long shots during which the realms of man and plants are intertwined: a fern and a car, two tomatoes and a worker, hands and flowers, a tree floating in the night, vegetables and hands, a tree in the wind.
Homo/Vegetal is the third part of a trilogy consisting in three short films. It follows Corpus/Corpus and Homo/Animal.
This trilogy explores the bonds which humans tie with the other forms of life whether they be animal or vegetal. Man’s awareness as a living being among living beings is thinning down. Little by little, we have stopped to view animals as plants as actually living.

Datasheet

Production : Les Films du rat

Scenario : Christophe Loizillon / Photography : Aurélien Devaux / Sound : Patrick Genet, Jean Marc Schick / Editing : Sarah Turoche

Master’s dissertation : Camille Christmann, une attention au vivant (drawing attention to the living)

Watch and download the entire film

HOMO/VEGETAL in French with English subtitles on Vimeo (private, please send us a message to get the password)