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- Claudio Caldini, Verónica Chen, Edgardo Cozarinsky, Julián D'Angiolillo, Andrés Di Tella, Gustavo Fontán, Gabriela Golder, Andrés Habegger, Karin Idelson, Hernán Khourián, Mónica Lairana, Leandro Listorti, Ignacio Masllorens, Pablo Mazzolo, Gabriel Medina
The omnibus feature SUCESOS INTERVENIDOS consists of shorts by a who’s who of Argentine documentary and experimental-film giants, including Edgardo Cozarinsky and Gustavo Fontán but also Claudio Caldini, Andrés Di Tella and Gabriela Golder. Each one of them created a piece of a few minutes in length using archival footage from SUCESOS ARGENTINOS (“Argentine Events”), a popular newsreel series from 1938 to 1972 whose episodes have recently begun to be digitized by Buenos Aires’s “Pablo C. Ducrós Hicken” Film Museum.
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A series of unique and genuine works that find new views and narrations through a re-interpretation of those images which now return to the theaters under new forms - unpredictable, fantastic, utopian and dystopian ones.
What interests me is the character’s inner experience.
Milagros Mumenthaler was born in Argentina in 1977, but her family moved to Switzerland, where she lived until she was 17. She decided to return to her native country to study film at the Universidad del cine in Buenos Aires, and graduated in 2004. In 2000 she made her first short film, ¿CUANDO LLEGA PAPA?, followed by three more: EL PATIO (2003), CAPE COD (2003) and AMANCAY (2005). ABRIR PUERTAS U+Y VENTANAS (2011), her first feature film, was supported by a writing residency at the Cannes Festival’s Cinéfondation.
I would have loved to photograph people but I've always been too shy to dare, so I started shooting buildings. They didn't mind!
Gustavo Taretto was born in Buenos Aires in 1965. In 1983 he started attending different photography workshops, black & white and color. At the same time, he studied music and started to attend to script and direction workshops. In 1993 he started working as a creative in an advertising agency. After 14 years, he reached the executive creative direction in Ogilvy Argentina. He received several awards in festivals arround the world, among others the Gold Lion in 2002.
In 1999 he joined the school of the master José Martinez Suarez. Where he wrote and directed 3 short films, LAS INSOLADAS, CIEN PESOS and MEDIANERAS, which has received more than 40 international awards, including the Gran Prix in Clemont Ferrand, 2006. His fourth short film HOY NO ESTOY has been premiered in Locarno and received the Leopard of domain for the Best Short Film.
Andrés Di Tella is a filmmaker. He was born in 1958 and studied Literature and Modern Languages at the University of Oxford, for which he received the Bachelor of Arts with honours. He directed eight films: MONTONEROS, UNA HISTORIA (1995), MACEDONIO FERNÁNDEZ (1995), PROHIBIDO (1997), LA TELEVISIÓN Y YO (2003), FOTOGRAFÍAS (2007), EL PAÍS DEL DIABLO (2008), HACHAZOS (2011) y ¡VOLVEREMOS A LAS MONTAÑAS! (2012). He did the art direction of the collective film HISTORIAS DE ARGENTINA EN VIVO (2001) and directed and produced television documentaries for Canal 7 and Canal Encuentro (Argentina), PBS (USA) y Channel 4 (Great Britain), among others. His short film RECONSTRUYEN CRIMEN DE LA MODELO (1990) has received numerous awards and belongs to the collection of various museums. He has also done installations and performances. He was the founder and the first director of the Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival (BAFICI), created in 1999 and considered one of the most important film events in Latin America. Since 2002 he directs the Princeton Documentary Festival at Princeton University, where he has been Visiting Professor.
Santiago Palavecino was born in 1974 in Chacabuco, a town close to Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied piano, music composition and literature at the University of Buenos Aires. He teached at the University of Cinema and Di Tella University, among other institutions. In 2004 he directed OTRA VUELTA, presented at the official selection of San Sebastian Film Festival, Buenos Aires International Film Festival and Toulouse Latinamerica Film Festival, among others. For his next project he obtained two grants from the Cannes Festival Cinéfondation—the Résidence du Festival and the Atelier. In 2011 he directed LA VIDA NEUVA.
Born 1960 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Gustavo Fontán has taught workshops and seminars at the Ricardo Rojas Cultural Center and the Emad (Municipal school of Dramatic Arts) in the city of Buenos Aires; the Catalonia Film Studies Center (Barcelona, Spain), the Milan Iulm (Italy), the University of Navarra (Spain), and the University of Minnesota (USA). He received the Konex Award for Documentary Film in 2011.
Born in Buenos Aires in 1969, after her studies in Classical Literature, Verónica Chen graduated as a Director from the Centro de Experimentacion y Réalización Cinematográfica. After working as an Editor for Director Daniel Burman, in 2001 she directed her first feature-length film, SMOKERS ONLY (VAGON FUMADOR), presented at the Venice International Film Festival in the International Critics’ Week section, and winner of the Carabela de Plata for Best Debut Film at the Festival of Latin American Film in Huelva (Spain). Her second film, WATER (AGUA, 2006), the story of a former swimming champion seeking redemption after being unjustly accused of doping, won the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury at the Locarno Film Festival. In 2010, she participated in the International Independent Film Festival of Buenos Aires with VIAJE SENTIMENTAL. Her most recent film is the thriller RABBIT WOMAN (MUJER CONEJO).
For me, film is an exception, it's different from real life.
Born in Buenos Aires, Rodrigo Moreno is a director, screenwriter and producer. With EL CUSTODIO, Moreno has won several awards, among them Best Latin American Screenplay at Sundance/ NHK and the Alfred Bauer Preis at 2006 Berlinale. He returned to the official competition at the Berlinale five years later with his second film, A MYSTERIOUS WORLD, which was awarded Best Film in Sao Paulo in 2011. Before these solo films, he had shared two film projects: BAD TIMES (1999), an omnibus film produced entirely by Universidad del Cine (where he studied and now teaches filmmaking) and EL DESCANSO (2001), which was awarded best film at Buenos Aires Film Festival and was co-directed with U. Rosell and A. Tambornino. In 2012 he founded his own company, Compañía Amateur, and produced his third film REIMON, presented in the Big Screen Award Competition of the 2014 International Film Festival Rotterdam. In 2014, with filmmaker Juan Villegas he founded MoVi Cine, a company focusing on productions by new directors. Movi Cine’s first project MENDOZA DIARIES, directed by Lucía Mendoza, was presented at the Mar del Plata Film Festival and Strange Days. The second project was an Argentinian-Colombian film directed by Sebastián Quebrada. Moreno writes for Revista de Cine, a film review published by himself and other filmmakers, such as Mariano Llinas, Sergio Wolf and J. Villegas. LOS DELINCUENTES will be Moreno’s next film, which he will direct and produce.
Edgardo Cozarinsky was born on January 13, 1939 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a director and writer, known for RONDE DE NUIT (2005), GUERRIERS ET CAPTIVES (1990) and DANS LE ROUGE DU COUCHANT (2003).
Pablo Trapero was born in Argentina in 1971. His first feature film CRANE WORLD received the Critics’ Award at the Venice Film Festival in 1999. His second, EL BONAERENSE, was selected in 2002 at the Festival de Cannes (Un Certain Regard). In 2008, LION'S DEN, screened in Competition at the Festival de Cannes, reveals the exceptional talent of actress Martina Gusman. CARANCHO (2010) and WHITE ELEPHANT (2012), critically acclaimed internationally, were both presented in Un Certain Regard. Each of Pablo Trapero’s films portrays a harsh social reality in an almost documentary style, through a plot that is akin to a thriller and offers an uncompromising look at contemporary political issues. In 2002, he founded Matanza Cine, an independent company that produces young Argentinean filmmakers, including in particular Lisandro Alonso, Enrique Bellande and Raúl Perrone.
Lorena Muñoz was born in Buenos Aires in 1972. Between 1996-1999 she studied direction at Centro de Investigación en Video y Cine, and in 2000 got a graduate degree in screenwriting at the International School of Film and Television in San Antonio de los Baños, Havana (Cuba). In 2001, along with a group of friends and colleagues, she founded his production room 15/20 . Her filmography includes: NEXT TO BE GONE (2006); I DON'T KNOW WHAT YOUR EYES HAVE DONE TO ME (co-directed with Sergio Wolf, 2003); EL CAZADOR ES UN CORAZON SOLITARIO (short, 2000); LUZ DE GIRO (mediometraje, 2000); PINTOR GOMEZ (short, 1998) y EL RAPTO DE LENA (short, 1997). She is one of the twenty five directors of INTERVENED EVENTS, produced by the Film Museum of Buenos Aires, Pablo Ducrós Hicken.
Gastón Solnicki, born in 1978, in an Argentine director and producer. He studied at the International Center of Photography and obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. He directed his first feature film SÜDEN in 2008. His second film, PAPIROSEN, premiered in Locarno in 2011, then won the Best Film Award at BAFICI and was finally released in New York where it got selected as a New York Times “Critics’ Picks.” His films have screened at festivals such as Rotterdam, Viennale and Jeonju.
Karin Idelson's work includes both photography and video and ranges from single and multichannel video and feature Films to live performances. It has been exhibited in numerous galleries, museums, theaters, institutions and national and international festivals such as Chapter Arts Centre (Cardiff), Festival International de Cinéma (Marseille), Valdivia International Film Festival, International Dance Online Short Film Festival (IDILL), Festival TransAmériques (Montréal), Festival Futurs en Seine (Paris), Festival Internacional de Vídeo & Dança de Río de Janeiro, Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires International Film Fest of Buenos Aires, among others. She is currently preparing a photo exhibition with Anke Schuettler in the Berlin Gallery Exposure 12 and she’s doing the videos for the Stravinsky’s premiere on Autmn 2013 of the aniversary of “The Rite of Spring”.
Paulo Pécora was born in Buenos Aires in 1970. He is a journalist and filmmaker. He wrote, directed and produced the feature films DREAM DOG (2008) and LOW TIDE (2013), along with thirty short films and music videos which include 8CHO, GIRLFRIENDS and GHOSTS. He is one of the twenty five directors of INTERVENED EVENTS, produced by the Film Museum of Buenos Aires, Pablo Ducrós Hicken.
Mónica Lairana was born in Argentina in 1973. She's an actress of cinema and theatre. She has worked on more than ten Argentinians films, including the starring role in LITTLE SKY directed by M. V. menis (Official Competition San Sebastian Festival 2005) and ADRIFT, directed by F. Pacheco (Official Competition Venice Film Festival 2012). ROSE, her debut as a director and screenwriter, was selected and competed for the Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival in 2010. ROSE screened at Rotterdam Film Festival, Miami Film Festival, Leeds, Guanajato, Gijón, La Habana, Amiens, Biarritz, and others, and won 20 international awards in differents categories. THE BED is her first feature film.
Julián d'Angiolillo (Buenos Aires, 1976) has a Visual Arts and Playwriting Degree. His feature-length documentary BECOME A STALLHOLDER shot at La Salada Market, was shown at several international film festivals and was awarded Best Documentary Prize by the Argentinian Academy of Cinematography and from FIDOCS Festival, among others. He designed the 4 channel-video installation “Ride direction”, where documentation was made based on a video residency at the Cité des Arts of Paris in 2009. Between 2007 and 2010 was involved in Post It City project, developing the short SUITE MATANZAS from a variety of sailings in the Matanza Riachuelo basin and OVERLOCK on the issue of domestic textile workshops. In 2011, he produced the site specific installation “Antropolis” for the Bicentennial State Park in the Province of Buenos Aires. He exhibited his work in spaces such as CCCB (Barcelona), Casa de las Americas (Madrid), 98 weeks (Beirut), Igbildendekunst (Vienna), Kunstverein (Wolfsburg), UCSD Art Galley (San Diego), Onomatopee (Eindhoven), Architecture Biennale (Sao Paulo), Museo de Antioquia (Medellin), MALBA Museum and Galileo Galilei Planetarium (Buenos Aires). He's currently working on his second film. He is one of the twenty-five directors of INTERVENED EVENTS, produced by the Film Museum of Buenos Aires, Pablo Ducrós Hicken.
Ignacio Masllorens (Buenos Aires, 1973) is a film director. His first feature, MARTIN BLASZKO III, was premiered at BAFICI has been awarded as Best Film in PAFID Patagonia International Experimental Doc Festival. He also directed the films HABITAT (2014), MARTIN BLASZKO II (2010), MARTIN BLASZKO I (2008) and PABLO DACAL Y EL MISTERIO DEL LAGO ROSARIO (2008). His work has been shown at festivals, museums and non-tradicional venues internationally. These include BAFICI, Anthology Film Archives, L’Alternativa, Interfilm, SESIFF, CurtasBH, Cinetekton!, Waterpieces Festival, Videomedeja, Incubarte, Mar del Plata International Film Festival, MALBA, BIM, MIDBO, Transcinema, Pachamama Cinema de Fronteira, Martil Film Festival and Festival Brasileiro de Cinema Universitário among many others. This year the 10º FICIFF - La Plata International Independent Film Festival - dedicate him a retrospective. Nowadays he's preparing two films, THE MONUMENT (Best WIP at FAB 2014) and a biographic documentary about argentine cult filmmaker Hugo Santiago. He is one of the twenty five directors of INTERVENED EVENTS, produced by the Film Museum of Buenos Aires, Pablo Ducrós Hicken.
Hernán Khourián was born in La Plata in 1972. He is a graduate from the University of Fine Arts of La Plata in Audiovisual Communications. He later completed a Masters Degree in Creative Documentary Filmmaking at the University Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain. Over the years he has received various prizes and grants on an international level. Among his work, the following films have been exhibited internationally: ZONES(2000), NORBERTO'S BEDSHEETS (2003), PUNA (2006), SPLEEN OR TO ERR OR NONETHELESS (2007), MEMORY (2010), SILENCES AND HANDS (2014). In recent years up to the present day he teaches at the Masters Degree in Documentary Filmmaking (Universidad de Cine Buenos Aires, FUC), in the National University of La Plata (UNLP) and the Masters in Journalism Documentary at the National University Tres de Febrero (UNTREF) in Buenos Aires. He is one of the twenty five directors of INTERVENED EVENTS, produced by the Film Museum of Buenos Aires, Pablo Ducrós Hicken.
Andrés Habegger (Argentina, 1969) studied Communication Sciences at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the UBA and Film Directing at the CERC, INCAA. He directed the documentary films : (H) HISTORIAS COTIDIANAS (2001), CUANDO LOS SANTOS VIENEN MARCHANDO (2004), FINAL IMAGE (2009) and the collective feature D-HUMANOS (2011). His latest film is CIRQUERA (2012), co-directed with Diana Rutkus. He is one of the twenty five directors of INTERVENED EVENTS produced by the Film Museum of Buenos Aires, Pablo Ducrós Hicken.
Gabriela Golder (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1971) is a visual artist, curator and professor of Video and New Technologies in Argentina and abroad. She is the co-director of the Bienal de la Imagen en Movimiento (BIM) and 'Continente', Research Center in Audiovisual Arts, Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, in Argentina. Since the beginning of 2013, she is the programmer of the Experimental Video and Film Program of the Modern Art Museum, in Buenos Aires. She was artist in residence at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada; the CICV, France; the Kunsthochschule für Medien, Germany; Schloss Balmoral, Germany; Wexner Center for the Arts, United States; UQAM, Montréal, Canada, Chambre Blanche, Québec, Canada, RBHA, Sao Paulo, Brazil and Le 104, Paris, France. She received several awards for her work, among others, the Prize Luis Espinal-Mostra CineTrabalho, Brazil (2011); the third prize “Ícono Emblema Urbano”, FADU/Unidad Ejecutora Bicentenario, Argentina (2011); the "Sigwart Blum prize » of the Argentinean Arts Critics Association, Argentina (2007); Media Art Award from the ZKM, Germany (2004); the first prize at the Salón Nacional de Artes Visuales, Argentina (2004); the first prize at Videobrasil, Brazil (2003); the first prize at Festival Videoformes, France (2003) and the Tokyo Video Award, in Japan (2002). She is one of the twenty five directors INTERVENED EVENTS, produced by the Film Museum of Buenos Aires, Pablo Ducrós Hicken.
Leandro Listorti was born in 1976 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After graduating from Filmmaking School he attended workshops with filmmakers such as Patricio Guzman, Martín Rejtman, Pablo Reyero and Harun Farocki and shot a series of short films in Super 8 dealing with the ideas of travel and memory. In 2010 he finished his first film DEATH YOUTH, which screened in numerous festivals. He writes about film, teaches and since 2005 he is Film Programmer at Bafici Film Festival. He also worked as Assistant Director in several films. In 2012 he participated in Archivo Expandido (Expanded Archive) an expanded cinema experience screened in festivals such as Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels) and S8 Mostra de Cine Periférico (Spain). He is one of the founders of A.R.C.A. (Regional Archive for Amateur Cinema), and one of the twenty five directors of INTERVENED EVENTS, produced by the Film Museum of Buenos Aires, Pablo Ducrós Hicken.
Claudio Caldini is an internationally renowned experimental filmmaker. Born in Buenos Aires, Caldini learned optical mechanical principles of photography and film from his father. Caldini’s work has been widely recognized, receiving countless awards for its powerful artistic quality.
Ezequiel Yanco (Buenos Aires, 1976) graduated in History from Buenos Aires University. LOS DIAS (2012) is his first film. He also filmed the short film LA PIEL (2014), and LA VIDA EN COMUN (2019). At the moment he writes NOVA, his third film. Isoi Cine is his production company.