Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
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The hero’s journey, that mythology turned dogma that both enriched and hurt classic narrative, might easily find a reflection on the rock music world, with its guitar-holding gentlemen facing obstacles that seem unsalvageable in a fantasy world. But unlike most films about music bands, Bring Back Rock is not a documentary about a rise to stardom. Banda de Turistas is already a well-known band with both critical and commercial success. What’s next, then? Travelling in Argentina and abroad, and the pressure on how to continue. And that’s where Charriere walks in with his cameras (there are all kinds: Super 8, 16mm, and video) in order to record rehearsals, concerts, and the both elusive and wonderful moments of tension and creation. The main theme in this opera prima can be found in its title: art and its transcendence, two problematic terms that sooner or later will come in conflict in any artist’s life. LL

Section: Competencia Oficial Argentina
Tuesday 21 - 19:50 h
Village Recoleta Room: 7
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Wendsday 22 - 16:00 h
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Friday 24 - 18:00 h
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English title: Bring Back Rock
Year: 2015
Format: DCP
Color: B&N + Color
Minutes: 78
Seconds: 0

Team:

D, G, F, PE: Santiago Charriere 

E: Sebastián Mega Díaz  

S: Pablo Sala 

M: Banda de Turistas 

P: Santiago Charriere, Sofía Camdessus 

 


Cast:

Tomás Putruele, Bruno Albano, Luis Balcarce, Patricio Troncoso, Guido Colzani


Contact:

Santiago Charriere Films. Santiago Charriere
T +54 9 11 3644 2091
E santiagocharriere@gmail.com


Santiago Charriere Argentina

Born in 1986, he studies Filmmaking at FUC. In 2012 he released Backyard Sessions, a medium-length documentary that participated in genre festivals in Czech Republic, Poland, United States, and Ushuaia. He works as an advertising director. Bring Back Rock is his first feature-length film.



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