What time is it?
What Time Is It? visualizes several questions about memory and identity. It touches the borders of fiction and reality. The film asks questions about who we are. What makes us who we are, if we cannot share our memories anymore with the ones with whom we experienced them?
Karine Versluis is a director from The Netherlands with a background in documentary photography. What Time Is It? Is her first film.
Versluis studied Photography at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. She also has a postgraduate degree in Audiovisual Editing at The Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona.
In 2008 Versluis was winner of the FOTODOK Young Talent competition. In 2014 she received a Young Talent Award Scholarship from Prince Bernhard Culture Fund. Two books of her photographs have been published: STAPHORST (2007) and Enkeltje Schiphol/ One-Way Ticket to Schiphol Airport (2010). Work has been exhibited at the Nederlands Fotomuseum Rotterdam, Fotomuseum Den Haag, Noorderlicht Fotofestival Groningen, Fotofruhling Kassel(DE), Lagos Photofestival (NG), Kolga Tbilisi (GE), Encontros Da Imagem Festival (PT), OjodePez Photomeeting (ES) amongst others.
Her film What Time Is it had its premiere at the Nederlands Film Festival Utrecht (NL) in September 2016 and was selected for the Debuut Competition. What Time Is It was also winner of The Best Experimental Short Film Award at the Short To The Point Filmfestival (RO).