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Latin American Experimental Cinema

Thursday 27 May 18:45-20:30


CinemaAttic famous short film nights arrive at Institut Francais Ecosse. Come join us for an expanded, poetic, playful programme as we gather modern favourites and hidden gems of Latin American experimental cinema. A special tryptic programme told in three acts: GAZE. PLAY. DREAM.


Latin American Experimental Cinema from multiple directors | Runtime 90mins

Thursday, 27 May 2021 at 6:45pm

Booking is now closed as we are fully booked.

In Spanish, Italian and English, with English subtitles

ADMISSION £5 for MEMBERS | £8 NON-MEMBERS

Please note that wearing a face-covering is compulsory in the cinema

Genre: Experimental, Animation, Non-fiction


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Booking
Booking in advance is mandatory as we operate with reduced seating capacity. Please book your seat online or contact us at 0131 285 6030 to reserve your seats (contact details will be asked for everyone coming to the screening).

Access Details
Institut français d’Ecosse, Salle Emilienne Moreau-Evrard (1st Floor)
West Parliament Square
Edinburgh EH1 1RF
The IFE and its Salle Emilienne Moreau-Evrard are fully accessible with step-free access.


Synopsis
A selection of short films, paying particular attention to female gazes and women directors from countries ranging from Mexico to Argentina, from Venezuela to Spain and from Colombia to Chile.

No conventional filmmaking will be found here. We take a look at the work of those filmmakers with a desire to see the world from a different perspective. These films pay particular attention to colour, sound, textures and the plastic side of the movies. From the urge to resist the repetitive proposition of commercial cinema to attempts to bring a more radical artistic approach to filmmaking. Using moving images to produce artworks, moving away from standard narrative structures, using found footage and playing with analogue materials in the same way a painter or sculptor would approach their creations.





Institut Français Écosse 2021