The Wind Blew On
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“Perhaps I’m already dead?” says the child, and no one will confirm if this is true or false. He is on a journey; events having strayed from their course without anyone knowing why or how. He makes his way through unsettling landscapes, through memory and imagination and through ruins where he plays. In this mythical landscape, this child can no longer rely on reality for truth, so he must continue searching. As he journeys through these strange lands, he encounters a range of enigmatic figures who are threatening and welcoming in turn, who teach him how to become who he is. As the half-remembered fragments of the past return to this child, ‘The Wind Blew On’ shows us scenes of a life lived after the end of the world, and the eternal search for an escape from fate. This is a story about a future world where lines between memory, fate and imagination are blurred. This child must face a world that is desolate and frightening, but ultimately still hold moments of beauty. In this world the adults lose hope, so this child must create his own hope and future.
About the Director
Katrín Ólafsdóttir is a director and producer from Iceland currently based in London. She studied at the Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers, the Binger Film Lab and is a Torino Film Lab alumna. She started her career as a dancer and choreographer and moved into film with her debut ‘Slurpinn & Co.’, which ￼he directed, produced, wrote, choreographed and acted in. She’s directed and produced several shorts and produced short films by Bertrand Manico and is co-founder with Mandico of the International Incoherence Manifest. Katrin has been making a documentary in Syria since 2018, working intimately with civilians and revolutionaries from around the world. 'The Wind Blew On' is her first feature fiction film.
- Katrin Olafsdottir
- Katrín Ólafsdóttir
- Katrin Olafsdóttir, Vincent Juillerat, Andres Mardones