SAIKI Hiromi / 1996 / 8mm / color / 18min.
The countless stars that surround us aren’t the twinklings of some fantastic light, but a studded firmament of dubious information. And, there “I” come into view, gathering messages from a fictitious research firm. This is fictionalized reality, and keeping my own at the very same level, a dark, personal film. (From the 1996 IFF catalogue)
Born 1971 in Yamanashi prefecture. Graduated from Yamanashi University. Graduated from Image Forum Institute of Moving Image in 1996. Award for Excellence in IFF 1996 with YOU CAN’T ALWAYS SAY THE SKY IS WRONG. Her films include: A CHILD AND INSECTS, DISCIPLINE (1997)