Leftovers

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‘Leftovers’ puts us in the eyes of Mallorquin photographer, Miquel Julià, to see life as he does without filters or effects. His camera opens our eyes to those things that are normally so close to us that we don’t see them. (English subtitles)

*This is the first video of the series Historias Mínimas, or Little Tales, in collaboration with Tarek Serraj (tarekserraj.com)

Shotlist

  1. 00:03 Hands loading film into still camera
  2. 00:13 Miquel, the photographer, studies negatives under a light
  3. 00:30 Black screen with title 'Leftovers'
  4. 00:33 Miquel in front of street wall with camera in hand
  5. 00:38 Miquel takes picture of neighbourhood woman
  6. 00:43 black and white photo by Miquel: old woman passing a young man on steps
  7. 00:46 colour photo by Miquel: two women on metro in Berlin
  8. 00:48 black and white photo by Miquel: man zipping up in public bathroom, Miquel reflected in mirror
  9. 00:51 black and white photo by Miquel: butcher delivery man and animal carcasses in back of van
  10. 00:53 black and white photo by Miquel: man eating soup
  11. 00:56 black and white photo by Miquel: young boy (Miquel's son) looking through a window
  12. 01:01 black and white photo by Miquel: young boy (Miquel's son) stands at bar in café
  13. 01:06 black and white photo by Miquel: young boy (Miquel's son) sits on bar in café
  14. 01:11 black and white photo by Miquel: young boy (Miquel's son) reads inside cover of John Coltrane album
  15. 01:17 café/bar in public market, man pours a beer
  16. 01:20 café/bar in public market, three women sit at table laughing
  17. 01:23 fish stall in public market, woman talks to customer
  18. 01:27 fish stall in public market, customer talks
  19. 01:30 Miquel walks through public market with camera
  20. 01:33 Miquel's camera over his shoulder
  21. 01:35 Miquel takes photo of another fish vendor
  22. 01:40 Miquel in public market prepares camera to take a picture
  23. 01:43 Miquel in public market continues to prepare to take a picture
  24. 01:47 black and white photo by Miquel: woman standing at bar
  25. 01:50 black and white photo by Miquel: two women at market fish stall buying
  26. 01:53 black and white photo by Miquel: man sits at café/bar table with a drink
  27. 01:56 black and white photo by Miquel: man stands by market stall
  28. 01:58 black and white photo by Miquel: male fish vendor stands at his stall
  29. 02:01 Miquel during sit down interview
  30. 02:04 black and white photo by Miquel: man sat at table doing crossword
  31. 02:07 black and white photo by Miquel: rainy street
  32. 02:09 black and white photo by Miquel: man laughs in café/bar
  33. 02: 12 black and white photo by Miquel: young boy in front of shop window
  34. 02:14 black and white photo by Miquel: young children dance and play
  35. 02:16 black and white photo by Miquel: man sunbathes sitting on park bench
  36. 02:19 black and white photo by Miquel: two young girls laugh outside a shop with a small dog
  37. 02:21 Miquel stood up against a wall painted with a dog
  38. 02:27 Miquel continues to stand up against wall painted with a dog
  39. 02:30 Miquel walks down street with camera on shoulder
  40. 02:34 fade out black to credits

Script

  1. soundbite (Catalan)
    Miquel Julià, Photographer: 00:11 Life had me fixing my Grandad's camera and that's when I started playing around and having fun with it. So I said to myself, why not let the camera be my way to interpret reality and let's start and see what comes out.
  2. soundbite (Catalan)
    Miquel Julià, Photographer: 00:34 Carrying my camera forces me to pay attention to life's small details, particular things that life shows me, things that I would normally be incapable of seeing, of contemplating, to enjoy or digest.
  3. soundbite (Catalan)
    Miquel Julià, Photographer: 00:56 Since I photograph everyday life, and my son is part of my everyday life, which makes me feel happy, proud and thankful to have this flea next to me. He's my assistant, helps me with negatives. It's a very natural thing, a very animal, instinctual thing.
  4. soundbite (Catalan)
    Miquel Julià, Photographer: 01:34 There isn't an intellectual mental process, speaking in a methodological way, that determines what I shoot.
  5. soundbite (Catalan)
    Miquel Julià, Photographer: 02:01 For my mental health, I'd rather photograph nice things. Otherwise, life can be so rotten that you come across certain situations... If I always surrounded myself with pain, misery, the economic crisis, the economic fraud that's touched us all, it would be self-destructive. I use photography for the exact opposite reason, to save myself and give myself a reason to get up each morning.