“The Silence Of The Seagulls”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Venice Produced and Directed By David Jesenicnik and Ales Gregoric.
Produced and Filmed by: David Jesenicnik and Ales Gregoric
Time-Lapse and Film Editing by: David Jesenicnik
Music Composed by: Patrick Smith (“Old Europe”)
“This is a story about our world. How are we living today?
All human presence was erased.
Time for creation: two years.
VENICE, the world-famous seaside city of canals and bridges in the marshy Venetian lagoon, is annually visited by over 20 million tourists who are moving across its countless bridges like a colony of ants.
A vibrant flow of bodies is a constantly repeated figure in the 24 hours’ life of the city, built on wooden piles.
The aim of this unique short film has been to create a shocking visual effect of empty space in the city, as seen through a complete absence of the human factor.”