Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Agenda Cultural - Buenos Aires
Festivales de Buenos Aires

Oleg y las raras artes

Domingo 17 a las 18:40 h Tickets sold out - Artemultiplex Belgrano Room:3
Jueves 21 a las 18:00 h Tickets sold out - Village Recoleta Room:4
Viernes 22 a las 21:40 h Tickets sold out - Village Recoleta Room:10

Section: Competition / International Official Competition


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A foray into the personal, mental and creative universe of a unique artist who, at 89, continues being not only an enigmatic figure for Russian culture, but also for culture in general.


“When the kingdom of human seems doomed to heaviness, I think I should fly like Perseus to a different space.” This is how Calvino enunciates his advocacy for levity, while appears to be defining the territory of this film, whose form embraces palaces and forests, and Oleg’s strange art, made of music and words, new feelings and air movements. The camera follows him through a park. Oleg asks the camera to frame a chopped down log so we can see the way his tree used to be –he insists with certainty that the tree will start living again by conjuring the impossible. A strange magic is present in this film: the affirmation of a world covered by the camera with the same lightness Oleg uses to walk, with his arms crossed and looking at his old friends from a present and past time. MA


Other title/s: Oleg and the Rare Arts
Year: 2016
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 67
Country:

Team:

D, G: Andrés Duque F: Carmen Torres E: Félix Duque 
S: Boris Alexseev M, I: Oleg Karavaichuk P: Marta Andreu, Tània Balló, Serrana Torres, Luís Miñarro PE: Marta Andreu, Tània Balló, 
Serrana Torres CP: Intropía Media, Estudi Playtime 



Contact:

Intropía Media, Estudi Playtime. Tània Balló, 
Serrana Torres, Marta Andreu
T +34 637 925 405
E taniaballo@gmail.com ~ marta@playtime.cat
W intropiamedia.com ~ playtime.cat

Thursday 21 - 18:00 h
Village Recoleta Room: 4

Friday 22 - 21:40 h
Village Recoleta Room: 4

Andrés Duque

Born in Venezuela in 1972, he lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. He has a degree in journalism, did a Master’s in Creative Documentary Filmmaking and directed Iván Z (2005), Paralelo 10 (2005), and Color perro que huye (2011).




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