Fernando Redondo, receives Galician Audiovisual Academy Maria Luz Morales award for Best International Audiovisual Written Essay
Fernando Redondo, professor at the Communication Faculty of the USC and member of the GEA, won the prize for the best International Audiovisual Written Essay with Beats of Loneliness in the Cinema , which propose an analysis of two very different films, Dubliners (John Huston, 1987) and The City of Stars. La La Land (Damien Chazelle, 2016), but who share the same cinematographic expression gives saúdade. The jury highlighted the quality of the written and the analytical rigor on the staging and soundtrack of two films so disparate – chronologically and stylistically – as deeply linked by pain and melancholy. It should also be noted the author’s ability to put his speech in contact with artistic and philosophical issues that go beyond the cinema, starting from that, in addition, important references of Galician culture.
The full text is already available on the website of the Academia Galega do Audiovisual.
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