'(A) more challenging and forward-looking example of current cinema,' KliKt is about a man, on one particular day, discovering something important. He searches for its return over the course of many days; repeating what he did to the best of his memory. Originally completed in 2006 as a silent short, it was decided in late 2008 to return to the original footage and see what would happen when approached as a sound film. From this came 'a kind of pure land (mind?) scape' that allows the brilliance of Camden Toy’s performance to present itself and for the emergence of a new original score by John Barner to shine a light.
"Without giving too much away, we will say that we are partial to the processes Tiedemann uses...and the way he leaves it to the audience to puzzle out their own understanding..." - Lily Emeralde and Emma Dyllan (Phosphorescence Magazine)
"Like Lynch, or (one of my favorite films) Polanski circa Repulsion: it's not so much 'dream-like' as a kind of pure land (mind?) scape." -Matthew Specktor (Author of That Summertime Sound)
"...a more challenging and forward-looking example of current cinema...a strong and distinctive work..." -Anonymous Festival Programmer
"Wow ... brilliant ... love the black & white, love the minimalism, love the score, love the whole thing." -Kathy McTavish (Cellodreams)