村井祐里 MURAI Yuri
日本 Japan | 2019 | DCP | Colour | 10min
2019-08-30 (五) 14:10 in89統領影城 9廳
2019-08-25 (日) 13:00 in89統領影城 1廳
日本近 10 年來，參與滑板的女性人數逐年增加，與全球各地的滑板文化亦同，正走向性別多 化的社群轉變。《一喜一憂》三部曲不僅在陽剛的滑板文化裡注入令人清新的一抺芬芳，村井祐里的作品也以一種持續性，展現每個女性滑板人在技術上的成長與蛻變。本片為前導概念，短短 10 分鐘的影片，足見村井祐里執掌鏡頭的跟拍流暢性，以及更多視角的變化；並熱血十足地呈現她嘗試涵括所有與她相遇的滑板人，捕捉更純粹的街頭滑板實踐，而且不分性別。
The number of women participating in skateboarding in Japan has increased over the past ten years. It is moving towards a gender-diverse community alongside the skateboarding culture around the world. MURAI's Joy and Sorrow trilogy not only brings freshness into a long-standing masculine skateboarding culture, but she also captures the technical growth and transformation of each female skater. Director MURAI Yuri decides to use a whole new title, marking a new organic approach towards filming skaters. This ten minute teaser brings out a joyful and subcultural side of skateboarding. The whole film was purely the outcome of her skating and filming in the streets with any skater that she met, not just female, but male skaters as well.
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2019-08-25 (日) 13:00 in89統領影城 1廳 ★ 影人出席
當女子滑板成為滑板文化中的次文化，然後呢？出身於日本埼玉縣川越市，村井祐里十八歲時初嘗滑板滋味，便投入這陽剛氣息四溢的世界至今。她意識到滑板影片從攝影師至被攝對象的滑板人幾乎皆為男性，女子滑板影片罕見的程度激勵她拿起VX 2000攝影機，著手拍攝起日本各地女子滑板的風格百態。她起創了《一喜一憂》（Joy and Sorrow）——其充滿街滑活力及創意剪接手法的女子滑板影片系列，該名稱如今也代表日本女滑板人的凝聚之力。女子滑板正建構屬於自己的滑板文化，表達其存在與自由的開放性。
When women's skateboarding becomes a subculture within skateboarding, where does it go next? Born in Kawagoe City, Saitama County in Japan, Yuri Murai started to skate at eighteen, stepping into a world of full of masculinity. She realized that no matter the filmer or the skaters in the video, they were all basically male. The rarity of women's skateboarding films motivated her to pick up the VX 2000 camera and set out to film female skaters in all manner of styles across Japan. She created Joy and Sorrow, a series of female skateboarding films featuring vibrant street skating movements and creative editing which now represent the cohesiveness of Japanese female skateboarders. Women in skateboarding are construcing their own culture, openly expressing their existence and freedom.
I hope my films make you want to go to Japan. Japan is a small country so people connect each other and that makes skate community bigger. It may be the reason why I could complete these films.