FILMHenri Storck, 1929, 15’
An impressionistic composition filmed in Ostend. The viewer’s gaze is guided by sensual impressions in which the light, compositions, textures and rhythms of the water, the sand and the waves become filmic elements themselves.
FILMHenri Storck, 1930, 14’
A ship leaves the port of Ostend, the nets are cast, but when it enters French territorial waters it is inspected by the coast guards.
FILMHenri Storck, 1930, 6’
A close and humerous observation of the people in Ostend, their behaviour and attitudes.
FILMPaul Haesaerts, Henri Storck, 1948, 63’
“With Rubens, Storck clearly demonstrated that the medium of film was suitable for formal analyses of artworks. Moreover, with his large formats and compositions characterised by movements and spatial depth, Rubens is almost presented as a precursor of cinema.