Netherlands | 2015 | 9min | DCP | B&W | Drama | Jazz
A love story between a tap dancer, a piano player and a 1922 hand-cranked motion picture camera. The old camera is both camera, character and stage. Seduced by the rhythms of the camera mechanics, the tap dancer jumps into the magical world of analogue black-and-white film where her dreams seem infinitely possible. In the end, she finds out there is something that matters even more.
Pieter-Rim de Kroon
Pieter-Rim de Kroon graduated from the Dutch Film and Television Academy in Amsterdam in 1981 as a film director and cameraman. He worked on productions for the Dutch Government Information Service, made documentaries on development cooperation in East Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.