A Concrete Cinema

A Concrete Cinema


Original title: Un cine en concreto
Production: María Soledad Laici
Country: Argentina
Director: Luz Ruciello
Script: Luz Ruciello
Photography: Lluís Miras Vega
Music: Maxi Prieto
Cast: Omar José Borcard; Maria Teresa Castro; Evangelina Borcard; Nicole Benitez Borcard
Year: 2017
Duration: 77
Genre: Social documentary
Color: Color
Original language: Spanish
Languages available: Spanish
Subtitles: English; French

Synopsis:

 How do we measure our passion? A Concrete Cinema draws close to the intangible spell that is implied by the need to somehow belong to the cinema, to give something back to it, even if we feel it is impossible. The film tells the story of Omar, a construction worker from a small town in the province of Entre Ríos (Argentina) who rejects the idea that big screens may disappear. He will do anything he can to preserve that which he has held on to since he was a child, even though he has to build it with the remnants of what was.


Awards:

Best Director Documentary - 7° Dada Saheb Phalke Film Festival, India, (2017).
Special Mention - SIGNS AWARD - 15° International Festival Signs of the Night, Bangkok, (2017).
Best Rated Film - AFFR. Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam, (2019).

 

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