KID. is a reference to experiencing the world as a child with room for wonder and fantasy through music and images.
For this film project, Terry Beks and Kim Vreys collaborated with musicians and artists to create an image of the transition from an analogue to a digital era and what it does to people on a micro level. They combine fiction and documentary with abstraction and make this combinable with a physical exhibition.
In addition to interviews with Stef Kamil Carlens, Kris Dane, Dijf Sanders, Chantal Acda and Rudy Trouvé, who also contributed to the music for the film, there are testimonies from different perspectives that ensure a recognizable snapshot of this contemporary theme. .
The main character (Dirk Hendrickx) takes the viewer through an exhibition where the works come to life and he searches for the deeper value of the analogue.
Photo: Rob Walbers
The impact of digitalization on people is depicted as a recognizable snapshot and before time catches up with us, the tangibility of the analogue is quickly embraced. By working with artists from different disciplines, Terry Beks and Kim Vreys bring together fiction, documentary and abstraction with music during the art-house film ‘Analogue Humans’ and thus express their vision about the transition from an analogue to a digital age. An audiovisual, artistic image about the experience of the increasingly rapidly emerging digitalization and what it brings to people at a micro level.
Filming takes place from Belgium, the Netherlands, Tucson (USA) and Tokyo (Japan)
An artistic collaboration with Rob Walbers, MELVIN, Dirk Hendrickx, Jaak De Digitale, Gideon Kiefer, Geert Peeten, Frits Standaert, Thijs Boonen, Kris Ercken and Cas Van Nieuwenhuyse.
Music written by Terry Beks in collaboration with Stef Kamil Carlens, Naima Joris, Joy Wellboy, Nathan Daems, Buni Lenski, Rudy Trouvé, Yves Theeuwen, Chantal Acda, Donai Singleton, Stijn Segers (TOUR) and Kris Dane.