France, Germany, 2017, 143′
Shot on Super16mm, GOOD LUCK is a portrait of two mining communities operating on opposite sides of a hostile world: the state employees of a 400m-deep underground Serbian copper mine and the Maroon laborers of an illegal gold mining operation in the jungle tropics of Suriname.
A media artist and director who has had solo screenings and exhibitions in the most prestigious Festivals and Museums all around the world. After the many short films he shot in Suriname, in 2009 he made his first feature length film LET EACH ONE GO WHERE HE MAY screened and awarded in numerous international festivals. His second feature, A SPELL TO WARD OFF THE DARKNESS in collaboration with Ben Rivers was broadcast by Arte – LA LUCARNE in 2013, premiered at FF Locarno and was screened in over fifty international festivals. He directed two short films, LET US PERSEVERE IN WHAT WE HAVE RESOLVED BEFORE WE FORGET and ATLANTIS, both screened at the IFF Rotterdam.