Germany 2017 | 132 minutes | English | Hebrew subtitles
A film director confides in his interlocutor. He talks about the working process, creative blocks, artistic crises, and expressive forces. At some point, he realizes that the conversation could become the screenplay for a film. Streetscapes [Dialogue] is that film. Focusing on the essential questions of filmmaking, the film follows a marathon analytical process that Emigholz undertook with trauma specialist Zohar Rubinstein. Their re-enacted exchange becomes the key to the director’s entire oeuvre, which is largely dedicated to the experience of architecture. (His new film Bickels [Socialism], on legendary Kibbutz architect Shmuel Bickels, is also screened at the Festival this year).
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