Too Much of No One is an art-research project which deals with the subject of loneliness in later life and the use of technology, by researcher and filmmaker Alzbeta Kovandova as her Master’s project at LJMU.
The project was developed in collaboration with FACT in June and July 2018 and six participants over 60 years old took part in it.
Three workshops focused on loneliness, technology and filmmaking were conducted at FACT, and then a collaborative film about the subject was made.
The film is composed of six 4-6 minutes long chapters and each of the participants of the project has directed one of them in order to express her or his experience and opinion on the subject of loneliness.
Each chapter is different, depending on the film-making style, music and location the individual participant has chosen. The aim of the project was to explore the relationship between loneliness and technology in later life, to give voice to the participants through the collaborative creation of the film and to offer a different perspective on the subject.
The film Too Much of No One will be screened at FACT at the 28th of August (TBC), for more information about the project and the screening, please have a look at: bit.ly/toomuchofnoone