Margarita Ledo, coordinator of the Estudos Audiovisuais Research Group, attended the XV Documentary Festival Santiago Alvarez In Memoriam which took place between 6th and 11th of march in Santiago de Cuba. Ledo presented at the festival his dissertation “En torno a lo viejo y lo nuevo en el documental contemporáneo”, and was one of the members of the jury of the main competition.
In her dissertation, Ledo pointed out that “it was not a montage cinema, with close to hand materials, arquive restoration or resignification of press photos, that is what is being do nowadays in a expansive way. With Hanoi, Santiago Álvarez organized the daily with the rupture, which is the war, precisely this kind of conflict is something that defines the contemporanean documentary genre”. Likewise, she appealed for recovering the memory of the documentary genre and to create the own tradition of this audiovisual expression.
Amnesia 3.0, awarded web series with the project development prize in the last edition of the Carballo Interplay (CIP), has finished this Sunday the its shooting, that has taken place among the municipalities of Santiago de Compostela, Carballo and Zas. The GEA’s member Irene Pin is scriptwriter and director of this audiovisual adventure, after got […]
The Centro Galego de Artes da Imaxe will host on Friday 20th of September at 20:30 hours the presentation of the book A foresta e ás árbores. Para unha historia do cinema en lingua galega (2), edited by the Audiovisual Studies Research Group of the University of Santiago de Compostela and Galaxia editorial. The publication, […]
Margarita Ledo, coordinator of the Audiovisual Studies Research Group, has started today with the shooting of her fouth feature film: Nación, um sítio onde pousar a cabeça. Under this title, that recalls a verse of the Portuguese poet Manuel António Pina, a story of intimacy is hidden, defined by Nós Produtora Cinematográfica Galega como the […]