Face

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Parte di un film in tre capitoli dal titolo Anatomy Series 2. Una regista e fotografa di arte erotica segue il progetto collettivo Beautiful Agony, in cui persone comuni filmano il proprio volto durante l’orgasmo. Il voyeurismo della regista entra presto in crisi: abituata a filmare il nudo altrui, non riesce a mettersi a nudo di fronte alla macchina da presa. FACE è un documentario intimo che presentando un collage eterogeneo di testimonianze e interviste ai fondatori di Beautiful Agony offre un viaggio erotico e rivelatore attraverso l’esperienza del piacere corporeo, al contempo assolutamente universale e misteriosamente individuale. Un’esplorazione coraggiosa e puntuale dei limiti del voyeurismo, dell’arte e del sesso, e di come ciascuno di noi si trovi sospeso tra identità personale e innegabile appartenenza alla specie umana. (Gender DocuFilm Fest)

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‘Face’ focuses on Beautiful Agony, on ongoing collaborative art project that collects video self-portraits of faces during orgasm. A filmmaker who has been working behind the scenes on the project decides to experience the other side of the lens, turning the camera on herself for the first time. This intimate and confronting documentary features a collage of unique perspectives from individuals who have contributed to the project, as well as the project’s founder Lauren Olney and art theorist Edward Colless. ‘Face’ is a kaleidoscopic odyssey through the concurrently universal and uniquely individual experience of sexual pleasure and its artistic expression.
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Directed by Adele Wilkes, one of Australia’s talented new filmmakers Face is a kaleidoscopic documentary a singular portrait made up of many faces which delves into the private and public worlds of everyday human sexuality. The focus is on the people involved in Beautiful Agony, an ever expanding collaborative art project that collates self portraiture video recordings of orgasm faces.
Filtered through the director’s experience as a participant of Beautiful Agony, initially working behind the camera and then turning the lens on herself, Face presents a collage of unique perspectives from individuals who have contributed to the project, plus the project’s founder Lauren Olney and art theorist Edward Colless.
Considering Beautiful Agony as a logical development of self portraiture in an age of accessible digital technology, the documentary explores the human face as a canvas for creative expression, and what it can reveal when recorded in an intimate way.
Face allows the audience a voyeuristic glimpse into the lives of people who have consciously chosen to push their personal boundaries and share that experience with others. It is a thought provoking study that delicately unfolds the layers of this enigmatic subject and invites the audience to consider their own place in the picture. (http://kaneikin.com/)

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