Time to catch up on my writing, only like 6 months behind :-)
In November 2012 we were commissioned by Autisme Centraal to do an informational film for their annual symposium (+1K attendants) on autism.
I’ve written about it before in this post: http://blog.rawcinemashop.be/post/37579425948/talking-heads-with-canon-8-64-zoom-vocas-rig
Now, filming talking heads is not really my style. But we only had 1 day to do 6 interviews. It seemed appropriate.
The film is about people who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, giving tips to people in the medical, psychological, educational and professional field on 6 topics: Diagnostics, Education, Social Care & Psychiatrics, Profession, Housing, Scientific Research.
The interviews were filmed with the Canon 8-64. For the thematical imagery Zeiss Distagons and Linos MeVis-C lenses were used.
At the time I was into watching 70’s documentaries. Yeah, I get these weird fascinations from time to time.
In my opinion, it shows in this film.
Although it wasn’t to be released on internet, the subjects in the film gave their approval to Autisme Centraal right after the 1st test screening. They were very happy with the film and their portrayal.
So here it is, in Flemish (Dutch), without subtitles. So if you don’t understand Dutch, don’t worry, it’s only 38 minutes long.