Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

The day begins and the light shakes the shadows hanging from Eduardo Stupía’s studio. Miguel Baratta’s camera doesn’t show a creative genius, but a craftsman who patiently models his material. When observing the layout of a collage, Intemperie seems to adhere to the thesis that there is no such thing as inspiration or aesthetic purity –just the reformulation and assembly of preexisting things. The shots linger and follow the winding graphite traces –there are no recognizable figures on the paper, but Stupía’s hand attacks steadily and with no doubt, it draws and shades as if it were following some secret action plan, inaccessible to others. When interviewed, Stupía speaks clearly and doesn’t mangle his words, with the serenity of the artist who is sure of their place and search. Meanwhile, the camera travels around the studio, which is crammed with objects and tools –that workspace, almost a silent, omnipresent character, seems to talk about the artist as much as his own testimony does. DM

Section: Panorama
Thursday 16 - 17:10 h
Village Recoleta Room: 3
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Monday 20 - 13:45 h
Village Recoleta Room: 3
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Thursday 23 - 17:00 h
El Cultural San Martín Room: 2
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English title: Outdoor
Year: 2015
Format: DM
Color: Color
Minutes: 65
Seconds: 0

Team:

D, G: Miguel Baratta  

F: Cecilia Brück  

E: Nicolás Aponte, Cecilia Brück  S,

M: Aylu Grad  

P: Cecilia Brück, Miguel Baratta

CP: El Encanto  


Cast:

Eduardo Stupía


Contact:

El Encanto. Miguel BarattaT +54 9 11 3182 2121E miguelbaratta@gmail.com elencantoproducciones@gmail.com


Miguel Baratta Argentina

An Argentine director who graduated from the UBA’s Image and Sound Design major. He made short films and wrote and directed El fruto, his first feature, which premiered in the Official Competition at 2010’s Valencia Film Festival. His short La pesca del cangrejo was screened at Bafici ‘11.



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