Home > Film Festival > 13th PLJFF > Films > re:versus > Remapping the Origins No related posts. Remapping the Origins 1 2 2018 (42’) Austria Director: Johannes Gierlinger „Remapping the Origins“ is an essayistic film about the city of Białystok, a reflection on how to deal with history and memory in a formerly pluralistic and revolutionary place. On it disappearance it has been worked for a century. A permanent clash of ideologies, ideas and beliefs. Being the birthplace of the two visionaries - Zamenhof and Vertov - the city today is regarded as a place in Europe where the political pressure of the right wing is one of the most obvious. FESTIVALS Visions du Réel, Switzerland, 2018 DokuFest, Kosovo, 2018 DokumentART, Germany, 2018 Dokubaku, Azerbaijan, 2018 FIC Valdivia, Chile, 2018 Original languages: Polish, German, English, Esperanto Editor: Johannes Gierlinger Cinematographer: Johannes Gierlinger Producer: Johannes Gierlinger Contact: Johannes Gierlinger E: firstname.lastname@example.org Johannes Gierlinger (Austria, 1985) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. His work deals with the complexity of history, memory, recollection and resistance, as well with their forms of representation and explores readings, doubts and possible future images in form of essayistic and poetical work. His films have been screened and exhibited at various film festivals and institutions. No related posts.