Buenos Aires Experiment


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At the beginning of the new millennium, an explosion of experimental film took place in the Buenos Aires movie scene, and creators whose work attracted attention at world festivals began to appear in large numbers. In seven works by various authors the book Buenos Aires Experiment seeks to look at the conditions of experimental filmmakers´ work and to reflect on it in the context of broader artistic scene. It also follows links to Argentinean experimental authors from the late 1960s to early 1980s, which the young generation endorse. This book will please creators as well as spectators of experimental films and all those interested in non-European filmography.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction by Georgy Bagdasarov
  • Grupo Goethe: The Epicenter of Argentine Experimental Film, by Andrés Denegri
  • The Uncanny, Unexplored, and Impenetrable, by Antoinette Zwirchmayr
  • Homage to Caldini, by Pablo Marín
  • Crisis and Experiment, by Alexandra Morales
  • Argentine Experimental Film and its Independent Practices: In Defense of Films that are Difficult to Classify, by Mariela Cantú and Paulo Pécora
  • Conducting Light: Remarks on Sergio Subero’s Espectro and Pablo Mazzolo’s Fotooxidación, by Federico Windhausen
  • Archeology and Narration Exposed: Andrés Denegri—Our Coming was Expected, by Alexandra Morales
  • An Interview with Pablo Mazzolo, by Alexandra Morales
  • An Interview with Benjamin Ellenberger, by Alexandra Morales
  • An Interview with Sergio Subero, by Alexandra Morales

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Alexandra Morales(ed.), Georgy Bagdasarov (ed.)


249 CZK



Publishing date: 

Friday, December 1, 2017




English (published also in Czech)