Home > Film Festival > 14th PLJFF > Films > Ethics at the end of the world: The environmental, the social, the mental > Serpent Rain Related posts: Press Forest Law Wild Relatives Poziv za učesnike/ce projekta Hoćeš kod mene? u Doboju, Čapljini, Jajcu i Kiseljaku. Serpent Rain 1 2 2016 (30’) Germany Directors: Arjuna Neuman, Denise Ferreira Da Silva Serpent Rain is as much an experiment in working together as it is a film about the future. The collaboration began with the discovery of a sunken slave ship, and an artist asking a philosopher – how do we get to the post-human without technology? And the philosopher replying – maybe we can make a film without time. FESTIVALS DocLisboa, Portugal, 2017 Arjuna Neuman is an artist, filmmaker and writer with recent presentations at Whitechapel Gallery, London; Istanbul Modern, Istanbul; Sharjah Biennial, UAE; Bergen Assembly, Norway and many more. He also grows tomatoes and chillies in his studio. Dr. Denise Ferreira da Silva’s academic writings and artistic practice address the ethical questions of the global present and target the metaphysical and ontoepistemological dimensions of modern thought. Currently, she is a Professor and Director of The Social Justice Institute (the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice) at the University of British Columbia. Original language: English Editor: Arjuna Neuman Cinematographer: Arjuna Neuman Contact: Arjuna Neuman E: firstname.lastname@example.org Related posts: Press Forest Law Wild Relatives Poziv za učesnike/ce projekta Hoćeš kod mene? u Doboju, Čapljini, Jajcu i Kiseljaku.