The most fruitful branches of narrative cinema are those with roots in the nourishing soil of the everyday. Although Hollywood seems to have forgotten this, contemporary Latin American cinema certainly has not. A film-programmer-turned-director, Federico Veiroj (born in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1976) is one of a cohort whose work renews the possibilities for, and varieties of, realism in filmmaking today, alongside Lisandro Alonso’s enigmatic and uncanny slices-of-life, Nicolás Pereda’s absurdist neorealism, and the variations in magic realism from Martín Rejtman and Lucrecia Martel.
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Earlier Event: April 23Alex Alvear & Mango Blue
Later Event: April 27#DocsSoWhite? - Diversity & Inclusion in Docs Panel