11010

Directed by Gabriela Monnerat and Rodrigo Amim

In a dystopian present, an immaterial catastrophe spreads at the speed of data, traveling in waves. Social isolation. A contagious phenomenon makes people desappear. Empty city, virtual communication and an uncertain future. Wash your hands.


 

Director's Statement

11010 was done as an essay on contemporary relations. The film deals with the digital age in a physical way and tries to bring that duality to the screen. Without wanting to arrive at a complete journey or conclusions, we wanted to bring questions and strangeness from something very present and latent in our lives.

In addition to the team that helped make the film possible, we were involved with waste pickers and sellers who spread out on the streets of our city (Rio de Janeiro). People who survive from the waste trade. All the material in the film comes from this direct contact. This is outside the narrative, but it was definitive for the film's aesthetic choices.


Credits

Directors | ONZE (Gabriela Monnerat, Rodrigo Amim)

Photography | Mari Bley, Mari Pinto, Thiago Facina

Sound | Felipe Zenícola, Mari Romano

Music | Kuarasy o-berab, Elemento Estanho, Felipe Zenícola, Mari Romano


About the Directors

Since 2016 Gabriela Monnerat and Rodrigo Amim work as a duo giving life to fictional narratives and poetic short stories in different supports and medias (films, objects, paintings mostly).

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