A nameless man no longer manages to count further than six. A sequence of tragic-comic moments and strange encounters takes its course. Is the world slipping away from him? Loosely adapted from the famous work of the avant-garde poet Daniil Kharms, “Incidences” tells of the search for sense in a nonsensical world.
About the directors
Mischa Hedinger (born in 1984) is a freelance filmmaker and editor. He studied video at the Lucerne School of Art and Design, and film at ECAL in Lausanne. His first extended-length documentary film ASSESSMENT (2013), was honoured with the Carte Blanche Award for up-and-coming filmmakers at Duisburger Filmwoche. Hedinger lives and works in Zürich. His latest short INCIDENCES (2023), which he co-directed with Michela Flück, premiered at IFFR.
Michela Flück (born in 1983) lives in Zurich and studied scenography and stage design at the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste as well as at the Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien. Since 2013 she works as a freelance stage and costume designer for drama, dance, opera and film. She worked among others for Deutsche Oper and Volksbühne Berlin, at Münchner Kammerspiele, Burgtheater and Schauspiel Köln. Her short INCIDENCES (2023), which she co-directed with Mischa Hedinger, premiered at IFFR.