THE MOVEMENT OF PHILL NIBLOCK

Summary
The American artist Phill Niblock is a composer of avant-garde music and an experimental director who works between Ghent and New York in an asceticism which is in keeping with his work. Far from the commemorative portrait and not without humour, the young director rummages around the artist’s day to day life, and brings out the grandeur and beauty of the 16mm images that Phill Niblock spent several decades gathering during his travels between China and Brazil.

Photography
Jochen Struyf, Simon Van Rompay, Maurits Wouters

Sound
Maarten Leemans, Neal Willaert, Simon van Rompay

Music
Phill Niblock

Grading
Hans Bruch Jr.

Post-production Sound
Johan van der Maelen

Thanks
Le Balcon, Instant Chavires, Caen Interstice, Francois Lietout, Lynn Schutte, Basile Graux, Zwerm, Guy de Bievre, Yanna Soentjens, Mathieu Copeland, Musée de L'Elysée, Circuit, Matthias Staub, QO2, Arleen Schloss, Roland Dobson, Jeroen Vandesande, Dorien Heylen, Noëmi Degrauwe, Katherine Liberovskaya, Bram Crols, Robion Aerts, Philippe François

Distribution
Argos Arts, Kinoscope

Technical specs
62', Blu-ray, 16:9, Stereo, Colour and black-white, 2D

Supported by
Brussels Arts platform, Fund for Scientific Research (FWO), Argos Arts, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), School of arts - RITCS, Erasmushogeschool Brussel, Flanders Image

Contact
Maurits Wouters