House Without a Key
"House Without a Key is a second experimental short by Marta Skoczeń, a young photographer and filmmaker living between Poland and France. It's a visual essay on a female desire for emotional freedom. The artist uses a variety of visual and poetic means of expression to create an ambiguous atmosphere of calmness and waiting. Shot entirely in black and white on HDV cassettes, the film provokes a dialogue both with the weight of the past itself as well as its technologies."
Title: House Without a Key
Length: 6 min
Country of Origin: France
Completion Date: 2020
Director: Marta Skoczeń
About the Director, Marta Skoczeń
Marta Skoczeń (born in 1994 in Poland) is a visual artist and filmmaker. She graduated from the National School of Fine Arts in Paris (DNSAP 2020, Clément Cogitore studio) and the Academy Of Fine Arts in Warsaw (Master’s Degree 2019, Graphic Art). In her visual narratives, she talks about femininity, memory, and the meeting of past and present. Since her first short film, The Nest (2019), she regularly exposes her work as part of solo and collective exhibitions as well as international festivals. She works on her artistic projects and takes part in creative collaborations as an art director, photographer and filmmaker in the field of cinema and fashion. She currently lives and works between Paris and Warsaw.