"Who by Water" is a recut of Luc Perez’ last short film "the Drowned" made during the lockdown in Danemark. The idea was to delete the film characters and dialogues to keep only empty places. The Danish village Marstal, is becoming a empty town anted by its own ghosts and maritime history. For the past two decades, Luc Perez has been focusing mainly on animation and have developed his very own technique – a mix between analog painting and computer compositing. He does everything by himself, except the soundtrack, from the first script draft, storyboard, animatic, design, editing to post production. He has achieved several works for other directors from all around the world, who wanted to integrate animated sequences in their films or documentaries, such as Wolfgang Becker (Good Bye, Lenin!) or Raed Andony (Best Documentary at the 67th Berlinale).