Native of Marseille, Marvin Kanas is a video artist and cinematographer living since 2016 in Vienna. His work explores the boundaries of documentary approach, ranging from experimental film to digital 3D art.
Directed by Stephanie Rizaj and Marvin Kanas
From the urban architecture of a district in Marseille to the sculptural
landscapes of a territory marked by the sea, we gradually enter,
through the imagination of two children, into a floating universe where
dreams and landscape merge.
Alligators or Crocodiles, 2020
Directed by Marvin Kanas
Many people have dreams of alligators or crocodiles even if they don’t live in a region where these animals are present. What does it mean ?
Lonely Robot Club, 2019
Interactive film, color
Those signals he could only
translate in a disorderly
fashion, as one would with intrusive waves. The noise coming from the
window was his sole tie
to the present moment,
hearing birds singing as the sun rose.
a travelled road. Akin to
energy stream without path
nor reason, he wondered about those sudden delusions.
What did they mean ?
Was he thinking ?
Would he perceive his creators differently if his
skin had be made of flesh, if
his brain was identical to
CinematographyDirected by Stephanie Rizaj
As if Biting Iron, 2019
“What if women could move a house?”
In “As If Biting Iron” (2019), Rizaj
uses the medium of film to challenge this very question as we witness
the walls of a brutalist building, situated in the forests of Kosovo,
being moved by the forces of over 100 anonymous women.
Tant qu’on ira vers l’Est, 2017
Directed by Mehdi Rondeleux
Through a journey across Europe, starting in Rennes, finishing in Saint-Petersburg, a team of young documentarists spontaneously and poetically engage with an experience of culture, languages and borders.
Kak Igra, 2014
Directed by Adrien Bourguignon
A rare and intimate documentary on the french judo team during the 2014 world championships in Russia.
Main d’oeuvres, 2013
Directed by Bandian