As the Water Flows: Sensing Realities
In this experimental ethnographic film, filmmaker Dewi Plass takes us to Millingen aan de Rijn, a small Dutch village where life is intertwined with the dynamics of the river. The Rhine is a force of nature that is a best friend and worst enemy at the same time. The villagers’ perception of the river is challenged as outsiders attempt to control the river through environmental policies.
Dewi Plass (Netherlands)
Netherlands | 2014 | 24 min
Dutch spoken, English subtitled
Dewi Plass (1990) is a visual artist, based in Nijmegen. Interested in the ways people mediate between the tangible and intangible of everyday life, she produces films for which she connects her artistic background with her academic schooling in Cultural and Visual Anthropology.