We invited filmmakers to share with us materials that in some way were important for their film: Inspirations such as photos or newspaper articles, shotlists, script pages, notes, and much more.
French-Canadian filmmaker Denis Cóté gives us three unpublished photos behind the scenes of his latest film MADEMOISELLE KENOPSIA, and he asked us to add the following short excerpt from "The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows", which he drew lots of inspiration from.
"If our houses ever feel haunted, it’ll be because we’re haunting them ourselves, trying to revisit all the places we once knew. As if there were something still there for us, Something we forgot. As if there were ever such a thing as ‘unfinished business’"- John Koenig, in: The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows