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Works of any genre and nationality. A section that focuses on the search for new filmmaking signatures. Pieces that can hardly be catalogued in specific genres, and that dilute the traditional idea of cinema by exploring innovative avenues that are close to video art, documentary or avant-garde cinema.

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This program contains sequences of flashing lights and imagery that may affect photosenstive viewers.

Teatro Principal

Length: 57m 52s

The Canyon

The Canyon

Zachary Epcar

  • 2021
  • 15:03
  • USA
  • EXP
  • COL

A portrait of the urban residential development as it slips into oblivion.

Spanish Premiere

Frozen Jumper

Frozen Jumper

Tina Frank

  • 2020
  • 06:46
  • Austria
  • EXP
  • COL

Peter Rehberg’s track Frozen Jumper begins in hit-and-run style with a pulsating noise texture. Flickering, nearly rectangular patterns join in on the image plane, at first in black-and-white, bringing to mind the sprocket holes in celluloid film and, no least due to the lack of geometric precision, giving the impression of having a pre-digital origin.

Dedicated to Peter Rehberg (1968-2021)

earthearthearth

earthearthearth

Daïchi Saïto

  • 2021
  • 30:03
  • Canada
  • EXP
  • COL

Dawn breaks where land is flesh
And bones echo;
You’ve lived through extinctions
Stars, skies, sand and seas;
The future is catching up at last,
And all the dead are ahead of us.

Berlin Feuer

Berlin Fire

Pedro Maia

  • 2021
  • 06:00
  • Portugal, Germany
  • EXP
  • COL

An ode to time, decay and the power of fire. A study on disappearance and disintegration. Following in the same line of work, Maia's new film is built from manipulated 35mm analogue film material. In this particular case, by using high resolution scans of an old nitrate celluloid film from an unknown fire dating back to the 1940s.

Spanish Premiere