Eldorado XXI

Eldorado XXI

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SALOMÉ LAMAS: “I SEE MY WORK AS A GATHERER OR A COLLECTOR”

By Vladimir Seput

The 64th edition of Oberhausen International Short Film Festival dedicated one of its profile programmes to the work of Portuguese filmmaker and artist Salomé Lamas. In the last few years, her films are well known around the world and even though she reached the wider audience with her three feature films. She’s still working on short films as well as moving image projects in the gallery context. We sat down with Salomé in Oberhausen to talk about her latest feature Extinction .

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En español

LOCARNO 2017: MIRADAS SUBTERRÁNEAS Y GENERACIONALES

Por Aldo Padilla 

En los últimos 4 años Locarno ha premiado a 3 de los directores más arriesgados de Asia: Lav Diaz, Hong Sang-Soo y este año a Wang Bing, y a pesar que el premio mayor de un festival no siempre sea un parámetro para definir la calidad de la programación, el hecho de que los ganadores sean tan variados y arriesgados en sus estilos (el tejedor del tiempo, el indagador de las relaciones humanas y el observador de la China profunda) demuestra el eclecticismo del cual Locarno es sinónimo.

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Berlinale

BERLINALE 2016: ELDORADO XXI BY SALOMÉ LAMAS

By Tara Judah

With Eldorado XXI, Salomé Lamas (Terra de ninguém, No Man’s Land, 2013) has created a docu-tragedy; she captures the landscape at its iciest, greyest and most eerie. The town, nestled in the heights of the Peruvian Andes, is almost invisible at first glance, but Lamas lets the camera linger long enough to ensure we get the picture.

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