CINEMA (AND) DIGITAL 21ST INTERNACIONAL IMAGE FESTIVAL


  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Índice"


    Yeison Loaiza (Colombia)

    Within the investigative focus of the archive and the intervention, in addition to memory as a creative incentive and anthropological contribution, the objective was to restore images belonging to a key period of the country, from the end of 1993, when the armed conflict persisted and intensified. The audio and sound editing and restoration of the tape was used to generate a universe that would return to an atmosphere of the 90's.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Mantén el café caliente"


    Juan Carlos García-Sampedro Ferrero (Spain)

    A denunciation of the objectification of women, especially in the audiovisual media, cinema and advertising. The image of women is usually represented as an assistant to men, a figure that serves for men to develop their role, express their concerns and make visible their leading role in the film or in the corresponding audiovisual product. Rarely does her role have its own profile and defined independently from the one played by the male protagonist, and it is often a simple stage show.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "1001 nights"


    Anabela Costa (France)

    The collective unconscious adopts certain myths. This is the reason why a world of popular stories/ tales populate the western imaginary with Aladdin, Scheherezade, Ali Ababa for example. Tales that are between representation and imaginary, colored environments, movements, flying objects, all bringing to the world the message that it should never stagnate, giving us the great lesson of the Dream.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Privacy-GrDN.info"


    S4RA (Portugal)

    { hybrid emulation that deals with coding as the backbone structure of a semiotic container / . }
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    9 October, 2022

    "Variations"


    Fran Orallo (Scotland)

    The video consists of an experimental abstract animation, divided into a series of sequences of approximately 30 seconds each, made using creative coding software.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Persona Non Grata"


    Fran Orallo (Scotland)

    "Persona non grata" takes as a reference a contemporary person who, in one way or another, and always, in my opinion, stands out for his antisocial actions, for attacking people's freedom, people who do not respect human rights, or who attack minorities.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    Human Behavior


    Fran Orallo (Scotland)

    We live in the information age. Every day we receive countless news items that exceed our capacity to discern all the information. We are overwhelmed by events and happenings that we are unable to process.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Acción Ruidosa"


    Osvaldo Cibils (Spain)

    Videoperformance, noisy action with electronic gadgets and the body exaggerated with things and stuff from nature and stuff from the internet and 3d stuff and 2d stuff.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Jardín para la siempreviva"


    Juan Alonso (Colombia)

    "Jardín para la siempreviva" is a video-poem in homage to Sandra Catalina Vásquez, a 9-year-old girl murdered in the Germania Police Station, in Bogotá, Colombia, in 1993.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "No ser"


    Jorge Luis Linares Morales (Guatemala)

    This video art is a reflection on the cycle of life and death, as a natural process that every human being inexorably has to face. For people, to live is to be, and to die is to cease to be; death is equivalent to non-being.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Beautiful City"


    Susana Ojeda (Colombia-Austria)

    This experimental road movie takes us on a journey through Bogotá's Parkway. This linear park designed by Karl Brunner, an Austrian architect, summarizes the European concepts of the garden city. The images of this walk through the park gradually begin to be replaced by 3D images that transform the viewer into an actor in a journey that becomes a bad journey.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Water"


    Carlos Fernando Rodríguez B (Colombia)

    It is an audiovisual essay about water and what it represents, impacts, excites, conceptualizes, evokes in us. It is to go to the depths of the senses to find an analogy with water as the principle of life.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "LUNA"


    Emmanuel René Florance / José María Casanova (Argentina)

    LUNA is an ephemeral intervention that took place on April 5, 2019 in Laguna de Gómez, Junín, Buenos Aires.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Fragmento Caminante"


    Gonzalo Mauricio Cueto Vera (Chile)

    The video, bets for an action that appeals from the dramatic tension, apparently in puga with the end that is glimpsed. An action that carries a signifier embodied in a dissonant opening, of a nature that besieges progress through organic life that imposes itself in a new and possibly catastrophic sense for the possibly human, quoted from its last shot.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "NOSOTR_S SEREMOS"


    Crisálida Cine (Colombia)

    "Nosotr_s seremos", speculates the embryonic state of a new species, where his desire for the dilution of the boundaries between identity, gender and animality, sprouts in the midst of a primordial broth.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Arakiruma Bi-rúa"


    Viviana Grisales (Colombia)

    Arakiruma Bi-rúa. Heartfelt thanks to the land of deer: Five young people from the ancestral territory of San Lorenzo, in Riosucio, Caldas narrate, from their daily life, their experiences, feelings and knowledge about the territory.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "El alma de los pueblos"


    Carlos Cruz (Colombia)

    El alma de los pueblos tells from different voices, the life experiences of those who have been part of the program throughout its history, from its beginnings to the present.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Sek Buy - Ritual al Sol"


    William Cayapur Delgado(Colombia)

    Aurora, a restless and mischievous indigenous girl, begins a fantastic adventure, exploring her own culture with pride and joy, while discovering her identity.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "entrEEspecies"


    Laura Cabrera / Sira Cabrera (Spain)

    The video art "entrEEspecies" is a metaphorical contribution to biodiversity. Humans reject our own animal nature and are destroying animals and the habitability of the planet.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Old Providence"


    Tomas Zuluaga Hurtado (Colombia)

    Implementation of 3D animation loops to complement the musical pieces and generate a more immersive experience.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Vestigios Intermitentes"


    Camila Natib Román (Colombia)

    This project is an audiovisual journey that explores the concepts of memory, space and perception.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Plasticine time"


    Felipe Moreno Salazar (Colombia)

    A child makes trees with plasticine, discovers and uses an 8 mm camera in a country setting with music. A father films, motivates and explains the changes of places and times that cinema allows.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Ritmo 2021"


    Luis Fernando Medina Cardona / Julián David Sandoval (Colombia)

    " Ritmo 2021" is the product of a research-creation process carried out at the Faculty of Arts of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Bogotá) by the research group "Espacio de Producción Abierta de Medios" (Open Media Production Space). It is based on a formal experimentation with abstractions initially inspired by the short film "Rhythmus 21" by Hans Richter (Germany, 1921) and proposes the computer code as a new materiality for audiovisual creation.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "From the Life of My Old Woman Friend"


    Evelin Stermitz (Austria)

    The video shows the story of a woman from a distant century. Based on images from the popular German novel "Aus dem Leben meiner alten Freundin" by author Wilhelmine Heimburg in 1894, it shows images of suffering and passive women, in which the images have been created by a male artist.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Águas de al-mar"


    Laurita Ricardo de Salles (Brasil)

    Águas de al-mar is a video art work that presents a succession of video clips of the waters of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, in a cinematic and metaphorical sound flow to the emotions of the soul. The work is linked to the notions of expanded cinema and exhibition cinema and reflects on their relationships with cutting, framing and scene in the audiovisual. The camera's points of view may or may not be frontal to the movement of the water where the images are not located anywhere, offering direct shots of the movement of the water, without horizons, moving away from the notion of landscape.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Aljibe"


    Pablo Andrés González Rojas (Colombia)

    Aljibe (2020) is an experimental video whose purpose is to reflect on the pain we keep inside us.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "The T (h) r uman Show - Preludio I"


    Camilo Gutiérrez Moreno (Colombia)

    The T (h) r uman Show - Prelude I, is an audiovisual piece focused on the development of the concept of Plato's Cave: the relationship between humans as citizens and persons and their ontological and teleological position in existence.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Experiential Extensions"


    Ed Johnston (United States)

    The Experiential Extensions series is a body of work in progress in which I mark moments of my existence through complex and aesthetic means. It involves exploration, photography, 3D digital animation and digital fabrication. This specific series is related to my exploration of different areas of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "REM"


    Pablo Magne (Argentina)

    REM is conceived as an audiovisual work where concrete and abstract sounds and quotations coexist and are transformed into a score to be worked on in conjunction with the visual language proposed by the visuals of the director and audiovisual producer Pablo Magne (Argentina).
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Sintonizar con la Natura"


    Laura Cabrera / Sira Cabrera (Spain)

    This video seeks a horizon towards the echoes of life. It proposes to open our senses, to empathize, to respect and to change our relationship of predatory exploitation with Nature.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Urbanografia do Caus"


    Thiago de Andrade Morandi (Brasil)

    In a universe of 25 interviews, the cut of four of them constitutes the first video of "Urbanografia do Caus", which portrays from ethnobiographical stories the daily life of some pixadores and graffiti artists in the metropolitan region of Belo Horizonte.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Autoetnografía"


    Iván Reina Ortiz (Colombia)

    As I assume my non-binary trans gender identity, I review my personal and film archive to rediscover the path that has brought me to where I am.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Somos hombres cascabel"


    Jorge Mario Suárez Iguarán (Colombia)

    Experimental portrait in video art where the author, through audiovisual devices and poetry, emulates dreams in which he recognizes himself as an indigenous Wayuu, despite his upbringing in the Arijuna world (the city). The Wayuu believe in dreams as portals.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Totalidad"


    John Melo (Colombia)

    Experimental video-sound project in which Totality is understood as the form of perception in which the Being is thrown and sustained in the Nothingness, being part of a kind of harmony and order that in turn, are saturated with information and that constantly provokes evocations of altered surrealist landscapes.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    Kipara: Kincha Uagabadara "Guardianes de la memoria Emberá Dóbida en Bojayá, Chocó"


    Carlos Alberto Molano Monsalve / Alejandra Molina López (Colombia)

    Kipara: Kincha uagabadara. Guardianes de la memoria Emberá Dóbida en Bojayá, Chocó, is an analogous animation that tells the stories that revolve around the ancestral practice of jagua in the indigenous communities of Medio Atrato.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Shur Abelinui wam yo kutri kitrop pichip (Trenzando el pensamiento de shur Abelino)"


    José Antonio Dorado Zúñiga (Colombia)

    Portrait about the taita Abelino Dagua (1926-2015) co-realized in the framework of the Ethnic Intercultural Audiovisual Laboratory, with a group of indigenous peasant students of Ala Kusreik Ya Misak University of the Cabildo Indígena de Wampía (Colombia).
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Moscas"


    Erica Daniela Acevedo (Colombia)

    In a forest. On a normal day, one of those in which the body is given the pleasure of breathing, taking off its shoes and feeling the hardness of the stones, the crackling of the grass; the heat that clings to the earth and that approaches, more and more strongly, from the bowels of that omnipotent sun.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Tan solo era un juego"


    Natalia Arredondo Ibarra / Manuel Buelvas Giraldo (Colombia)

    "Tan solo era un juego" is inspired by the poem "Ciudades Transfigurada" by Miriam Montoya, where she captures the innocent look of childhood in the face of such an atrocious subject as violence, where the reality of violence and what it hides is ignored.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Tree Story"


    Rita Casdia (Italy)

    Tree Story (2021) is a stop motion animation in which small clay figures come to life to embody thoughts about the origins and destiny of humans, and about life itself.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "IEVA"


    Domas Petronis / Vytautas Plukas (Lithuania)

    Man tries to recreate himself through the vision he has of himself; however, this broken reflection is only lost in the mysterious valley.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Pantalla-verde"


    Sergio Pacheco Pajuelo (Perú)

    The screen -like windows- are physical and symbolic frames that serve as interfaces of an increasingly diffuse inside and outside. It is through these frames -and their digital reproductions- that we can observe the exterior and interior reality: we see and let ourselves be seen; however, how much control do we have over these spaces and reproductions, how much decision do we have over our own image?
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Coalescence"


    Joao Pedro Oliveira (Portugal-United States)

    Coalescence is the process of joining or merging elements to form a mass or whole. In this piece of visual music, both the visual materials and the music come together and separate into distinct units, forming shapes and sounds that are the combination of united elements.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Stock"


    Alexei Dmitriev (Germany)

    Stock.
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    9 October, 2022

    "Liminal"


    Jhonny Carvajal Orozco (Colombia)

    Liminal: A state of transience between something that has gone and something that is yet to come.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "DIE SONNE DER MOND"


    Carlos Mauricio Gomez (Colombia)

    Video art work that reflects an existential metaphor of the stage of a soul through 3 clips where I have maintained a close relationship between documentary and video art formats, was that I set out to create a way in which to merge these elements.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Aféresis"


    Sebastian Jaimes Marin (Colombia)

    A person travels through time through a mnemic space, trying to unfold the folds of his or her memory in order to preserve the memory of another being.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Affordance"


    Jean-Michel Rolland (France)

    Around a low tree with twisted branches, a man seeks rest. He doubles up. One lifts his paw, clings to a branch, the other sits in an awkward curve, like a monkey trying to make his nest. Now there are three, then four to explore the possibilities of action offered by the plant. This tree was waiting for him.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Beijing Bicycles"


    Jean-Michel Rolland (France)

    The endless round of images morphs, slowly moving from an undefined form to the -constructed- one of the cyclists, never stopping at the original shot.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Memoria"


    Mariana Daniela Torres Valencia (México)

    "Memoria" shows the passage of time from a musical rhythm linked to nature and emotions. The images slowly mix different landscapes and abstract textures. The piece displays changes in temperature in relation to the seasons of the year from the point of view of an insect.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Mapu Kutran. La enfermedad de la tierra"


    Roberto Urzua (Chile)

    Mapu Kutran is a word in Mapudungun, which describes a disease with no apparent cause that strikes when humans damage nature.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "No subject"


    Guillermo Moncayo (Colombia)

    Just as he tries to recreate a relationship with his daughter, whom he barely knows, a zookeeper is involved in a serious traffic accident.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Two-Spirit"


    Mónica Taboada (Colombia)

    For Georgina, an indigenous trans woman, life in the desert is lonely and cruel.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Maricas"


    Carlos Alberto Molano Monsalve / Alejandra Molina López (Colombia)

    Subienda de Muñecas Negras en el Atrato is a collective effort to narrate and make visible through the performing and audiovisual arts the experience of transgender women, lesbians and gay men from Riosucio, Chocó, who are affected by the political and economic violence suffered by the territory.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Memoria y Reintegración Caminar y Sanar"


    Jorge Norvey Alvarez Ríos (Colombia)

    The construction of peace in Colombia implies truth, reconciliation and the will of the people; not only the signing of agreements. It is essential to listen to the voices of all actors: victims, women, youth, peasants, indigenous people and, why not, those who were part of the illegal armed groups.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Cairo"


    Silvia De Gennaro (Italy)

    So far it consists of a series of animated videos and impressions of thirteen cities: Perugia, Amsterdam, Beijing, Taranto, Prague, Prague, Barcelona, Venice, Kardzhali, Bilbao, Marseille, Dubai, Rome and Cairo. Different aspects of the cities are shown, in a continuous flow that also represents the emotional and cognitive experiences of the traveler.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Upside-Down"


    Jean-Michel Rolland (France)

    "Upside-Down" is a series of five photovideographic artworks that follow a similar basic rule: the photographs used are upside-down at the beginning of the video and end upside-down. But what is important is what happens between these two moments: the colors migrate upside-down and downside-up at different speeds, leaving trails in their wake.
  • Fecha
    14 October, 2022

    "Golem"


    Andrés Jimenez Quintero (Colombia)

    In a humid and hot region of Colombia, the days of Emilio, a 16 year old boy, pass by. Faced with the lack of opportunities, he has no choice but to join the local paramilitary group.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Rogamos disculpen las molestias"


    Juan Carlos García-Sampedro Ferrero (Spain)

    It often seems that we have to ask permission to exist. The world does not adapt to anyone. Neither does fate. It is as if in our daily lives, shrinking to fit or stretching to reach is an uncomfortable constant.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Nadie vendrá a rescatarnos"


    Juan Carlos García-Sampedro Ferrero (Spain)

    Sometimes the vertigo of not knowing what awaits us confronts us with forces that are outside ourselves, but everything seems to indicate that we must have faith. Faith in whom or in whom? Faith in what? When storms, armies or meteorites advance and the only thing that inhabits us is vertigo, there is a nothingness that leaves us out in the open and the only thing left is the determination to reach the other side of the human struggle.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Lo importante es no perder el compás"


    Juan Carlos García-Sampedro Ferrero (Spain)

    There are times when the creation is not marked by a traced idea, but it is modulated as if it had its own will or a voice that builds its own discourse and asks to be heard.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Testament"


    Fran LEJEUNE (France)

    Testament is a video art film made in 2022 whose story is an allegory of illness and death. This film tells the misadventure of a woman-soldier (myself) who crosses a wormhole (a parable of therapy) to travel through time, in order to escape an alien invasion (a metaphor for cancer).
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Este título está aquí"


    Raquel Páez Guzmán (Colombia)

    We are beings of codification, meaning appears because we have established it. We have configured that when we say color we are thinking of color and not heat, but if you understand heat instead of color, we get confused.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "•õ°"


    David Arango Valencia (Colombia-Canada)

    "The nuptials between ו יום and לילה are the bed of the creative primordial negation between light and its darkness that repelling each other attract each other, and denying each other they clarify each other." - Juan Sebastian Hernandez.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Narciso, la sal del mar"


    Jose Luis Triviño (Colombia)

    A story as poetic, rapturous and vital as the unforgettable character it portrays: Sabas Libertad Esperanza y Constancia Ancestral (Sabas Freedom, Hope and Ancestral Constancy).
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Bagatelas"


    Ferrán Vergara (Chile)

    This documentary essay is a reflection on the importance of the everyday for historiography, based on the re-signification of recycled archival images from newsreels and commercials of Chilean television in the 1980s, which were silenced to promote an ideological discourse during the Pinochet dictatorship.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "These essense"


    Don Ritter (Canada)

    A contemplative video shows an evolution of form and color within various flowing substances, each of which corresponds to an ancient metaphor essences = water(blue + beginning) + mud(brown + growth) + plants(yellow + life) + fire(red + destruction) + smoke(white + transcendence).
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Metamorphosis"


    Juan Alonso (Colombia)

    This film is a tribute to Kafka's metamorphosis, where a strange being can enter other living bodies.
  • Fecha
    10 October, 2022

    "The Chinese Pavillon"


    Eric Szerman / N2U

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    9 October, 2022

    "Borde de Nieve"


    Juan Francisco Rodríguez Cuéllar (Colombia)

    In the tropics, a new landscape emerges where the snows we used to call perpetual disappear. Humans build the first artificial super moor: a monument to the high mountain, and at the same time, a portal to travel to that ancient time of ice. Different audiovisual materials are brought together to build a heterogeneous idea about the thaw and possible origin of the Páramo landscape.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Eterno retorno"


    Jorge Benjardino (Argentina)

    Audiovisual dictionary that covers some concepts of daily use during the Covid-19 pandemic in Argentina.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "Los colores del níspero"


    Daniel Huertas Nadal / María Camila Gómez (Colombia)

    De viviendas y nispereros' and 'Estrategias de Proyecto para la construcción de Hábitat en las Comunidades Negras y Campesinas de la Región Caribe', are the projects with which Daniel Huertas Nadal, professor of the Faculty of Architecture and Design of the Universidad de los Andes, has been working for the last three years with the community of El Níspero in the Montes de María.
  • Fecha
    9 October, 2022

    "PRESAGIO"


    Crisalida Cine (Colombia)

    Raise our own thinking to anger. Raise our own anger to the point of burning.
  • Fecha
    21 October, 2022

    "Beyond Human Perception"


    María Castellanos / Alberto Valverde (Spain - Norway)

    The piece is a video installation that allows the public to visualize the reactions of humans and plants and compare the response of both living beings to a common stimulus; live music.
  • Fecha
    21 October, 2022

    "Ciclo rosa"


    Esteban Gutiérrez Jiménez (Colombia)

    During the year 2020, urban societies around the globe have experimented with social distancing in order to reduce the spread of a new virus.
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