Jean-Luc Godard once said "Movies should have a beginning, a middle and an end, but not necessarily in that order." With the advent of internet and interactivity, these words have never been more relevant or true. The infiniTIFF Live Cinema presents The Kissinger Twins’ Cinematic Labyrinths, a showcase of their interactive non-linear storytelling, in which they talk about film and interactive media, their inspirations and present their award-winning projects from 2002-2018. The showcase includes early works like Attitude; SXSW finalist Forget Me Not; Sufferosa, one of the biggest web-based interactive films, and Lucidreams, a poetic cinematic VR film. During the immersive presentation members of the audience can interact with selected projects. The showcase closes with a live cinema performance of Sufferosa.
Duration: 90 min
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Dawid Marcinkowski and Katarzyna Kifert aka The Kissinger Twins are a film and interactive director duo. In their works, they mix digital technologies with film, music and literature to create new forms of storytelling. They are authors of artistic projects such as Sufferosa, Forget Me Not, Webby Award winning The Trip, but also create interactive films and experiences for brands such as Expedia, Honda, Channel 4 or Philips. Their work has been awarded and presented at international film and new media festivals, including SXSW, Vancouver IFF, Reykjavik IFF, onedotzero, NYU Tisch School of the Arts and Institute of Contemporary Arts in London.