WHO ARE WE
Zenloop Productions AB is a film production and distribution company based in Stockholm, specializing in creating creative documentaries, and animation films.
From concept to post-production, the company's commitment to excellence and creativity is reflected in each of its projects. Zenloop Productions' portfolio includes an array of successful productions, demonstrating their expertise in telling compelling stories across various genres and mediums.
WHAT WE DO
Our expertise extends to color grading, which we believe is a pivotal step in creating a specific mood that enhances the story and aesthetic of the film. By carefully balancing tones and hues, we're able to create a cohesive visual experience that elevates the overall production.
As part of the colloquium "Creations proof of exile of war" at Université Sorbonne, Camille Leprince will present an analysis of the Syrian film On the edge of life by Yaser Kassab and Rima Alhamedd, the/ panel Genres, shapes, spaces from 11:45 to 1.15 p.m.
The Seminar will be streamed online:
Poster signed Misha Zavalny, No Enter Zone.
DOKUMENTÄRFOTOSALONG 2020: KAOS at Norrköping arbetarmuseum
Photography exhebition at Oslo City Campaign, Berlin City Campaign
FAMILY FILM FESTIVAL
ON THE EDGE OF LIFE – Prix du jury
de Yasser Kassab (Syrie, 2017, documentaire, 44 minutes)
Rima and Yasser fled Syria. They are in Beirut, then somewhere in Turkey, as prisoners of an indefinite no man’s land. Yaser Kassab films his companion Rima, the soulless decor where they found refuge, the moon, the pupil full in an eye of black clouds. And everywhere resonate the words of loved ones left in Syria, the guilt of not being there to survive or die with them.
"On the edge of life" as a Best documentary and Best mid-length documentary at Tirana Film Festival
"A heart-rending personal essay on grief and uprooting, on the limbo states of existence"
"On the edge of life" best -mid-length documentary at Festival dei Popoli
"Both lyrical and personal, this film relates an urgent and all-too-common experience today employing a unique cinematic language which creates an important space for contemplation. A story of survival in a contemporary moment of uncertainty, the film gathers textures and images which attest to displacement and struggle but also their representation. Generous, open, subtle and filled with unsuspecting poetry, this film demonstrates how art, cinema and human connection are integral to existence in dire circumstances."
European Foundation Joris Ivens jury's motivation for the award as a best first film in the 39th edition of cinema du reel film festival.
Yaser Kassab transcend the process of mourning, developing a particular cinematic treatment of space, both internal and external.