Pablo Sigg (Mexico City, 1974) is a filmmaker that has dedicated the larger part of his approach to cinema to a long, slow and often unproductive research process. The project for his first feature film, Der Wille zur Macht (Official selection International Film Festival Rotterdam 2014) –about the last survivors of Elisabeth Nietzsche's Aryan colony in Paraguay– began in 2009 and was only completed in early 2013. In 2014 he finished and premiered his second feature film, I, of whom I know nothing (Mention Spéciale de la Compétition Internationale, FID Marseille 2014, Mención Especial de la Competencia Mexicana, FICUNAM 2015), filmed during 2012 and 2013 in the Montreuil office and basement that 86-year-old John Calder Samuel Beckett's London publisher, close friend and collaborator– uses as a home today.
I, Of Whom I Know Nothing (Orig.) / 2014 / Mexico / 81 min
Pablo Sigg’s I, of whom I know nothing was filmed during the Autumn and Winter of 2012 and 2013 at John Calder's home in Montreuil. Calder –Samuel Beckett's London publisher, collaborator and close friend– decided to move to Montreuil, outside Paris, to live in what once was the office and basement of an 8-storey apartment building constructed after the War...