a film by Clément Gharini
Once upon a time, in a very far country made of galleries and tunnels.
Men dig the ground to survive.
At night, a mysterious creature takes care of earth injuries…
Best cinematography – Beverly Hills Film Festival 2008, selections at Palm Springs, California Independent Film Festival, New Filmmakers – New York, « Le court en dit long », etc…
« Black Lands is the dark and poetic story of a mental collapse. » Clément Gharini
Was born in France in 1976. After a BA in cinematography he has worked over ten years as a camera operator for the Flying Cam system, traveling the world for large scales productions such as « Harry Potter », « Resident Evil », « Da Vinci Code », « The Soloist » or « Robin Hood ». In parallel to this, he has been developing his own skills as a director. « The 4th wall », adapted from a play written by Jean-Claude Carrière, is Clément’s first feature film and was selected at the Shanghai International Film Festival in 2010. He now lives in London and is currently working on his next project.
Created in 2002 by Anthony Rey, Hélicotronc is an independent company that produces short and full-length fiction and documentary films. In conjunction with a group of creative directors, it develops authors’ projects on a wide variety of topics. It also takes part in the coproduction and executive production of foreign feature films and TV films shot in Belgium. To this day, Anthony has produced more than 20 short films.