SciFi | 85 min | Postproduction
A dialogue between two female scientists in an underground orchard beneath Bethlehem, In Vitro accelerates an existing ecological doomsday scenario to explore notions of exile, loss, and memory.
Larissa Sansour was born in 1973 in East Jerusalem, Palestine, and studied fine arts in London, New York City and Copenhagen. Central to her work is the push and pull between fiction and reality. In her recent works, she uses science fiction to address social and political issues. Working mainly with film, Sansour also produces installations, photography, and sculpture. Her work has been shown in film festivals and museums worldwide, including at the Tate Modern, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Centre Pompidou and the Istanbul Biennial. Recent solo exhibitions include Bluecoat in Liverpool and the Nikolaj Kunsthal in Copenhagen. Sansour currently lives and works in London.
Born in 1970, Søren Lind is a Danish author, director, and scriptwriter. With a background in philosophy, he wrote books on the mind, language, and understanding before turning to fiction and filmmaking. He has published novels, shorts story collections and several children’s books on the topics of mind, language, identity and understanding. Lind screens and exhibits his films at museums, galleries and film festivals worldwide. Recent venues and festivals include the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Barbican Centre, the Nikolaj Kunsthal in Copenhagen, the Berlin International Film Festival, the International Film Festival Rotterdam, the BFI London Film Festival, and the Studio Museum in Harlem.