It is almost impossible to contemplate the artistic phenomena of the 21st century without understanding them as a cluster of convergent disciplines. Musicians, filmmakers, visual artists and writers mutually support each other to give way to new formats and trends that are advancing inexorably towards a renewal of the old concepts, surrounding the union between music and images. 

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Teatro Principal

Length: 76m 00s

The Lost Record

The Lost Record

Ian F. Svenonius & Alexandra Cabral

  • 2021
  • 76:00
  • USA
  • DOC
  • COL, B&W

The Lost Record is a movie about a girl’s relationship with a record she finds, a valueless “lost record” from the cut-out bin, which she brings to wider attention; first to her friends and then to mass culture. The Lost Record she finds is obscure, unknown, and different than other records in that it talks to the listener. The girl and the record develop a very close relationship, but tension arises; the Record urges her to turn her friends on to it, play it at parties, etc, while the girl would rather keep their thing intimate, to herself. The Lost Record is a film about art, music, fetish, creation, popularity, fame, love, value, money, property, and records.

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