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MASTERCLASSES

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Dirección cinematográfica y diseño sonoro
 

Con el director cinematográfico brasilero Gregorio Graziosi (Mar del Plata 2022)  presentando en el festival su obra Tinnitus

Viernes 21 de abril | 7:00 p.m. | Alianza Francesa de Miraflores

Ulrich Seidl (Austria)

Procesos de dirección: Desde el guion hasta la post producción

Con el director cinematográfico austriaco Ulrich Seidl (Festival de Cine de Venecia 2012). Presentando en el festival sus películas: Sparta y Rimini.

Sábado 22 de abril | 11:00 a.m. | Alianza Francesa de Miraflores

Choose your favorite director (You will only access that specific masterclass)
Inquiries to info@sf-peru.com

Three world-renowned film directors will each offer a masterclass at the XIII Festival AL ESTE.

Classes will be given via zoom and you will have the opportunity to ask a question directly and live to the director you admire.

The masterclasses will be in English and will have simultaneous translation into Spanish.

Class 1:
Direction and Audiovisual Language in Animation

Masterclass with Anca Damian (Crystal of Annecy)
Saturday June 4
11:30 a.m.

Class 2:

Cinematographic direction
Masterclass with Michelangelo Frammartino (Special Prize, Venice 2021)
Monday June 6
10 a.m.

Class 3:

Documentary Film Direction
Masterclass with Ruth Beckermann (Golden Bear, Berlin)
Saturday June 11
9 a.m.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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Damian Haunch
Romania


Frammartino's debut, Il dono (2003) (an under budget feature premiered at the Locarno Film Festival) won the Grand Prix at the Annecy Italian Film Festival (France) and the Jury Prize at both Thessaloniki and Warsaw .

 

Frammartino's second feature film, Le quattro volte (2010), premiered at the Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival. The film won the Europa Cinemas Best European Film award at Cannes and the top prize at CPH:DOX. In 2013, Frammartino's Alberi installation, a 26-minute loop, premiered at MoMA PS1 and was subsequently exhibited at other museums, including the Center Pompidou's 2021 Hors Pistes Festival.

 

Frammartino's third feature, Il buco, was shot in southern Italy, in the neighboring regions of Calabria and Basilicata that continue to inspire him and where all of his previous works were shot. With the approach of an anthropologist, Frammartino captures the traditional and the transcendent with a simplicity and spirituality typical of his filmography. 

Gracias al apoyo de:

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Michelangelo Frammartino 


Italy


Frammartino's debut, Il dono (2003) (an under budget feature premiered at the Locarno Film Festival) won the Grand Prix at the Annecy Italian Film Festival (France) and the Jury Prize at both Thessaloniki and Warsaw .

 

Frammartino's second feature film, Le quattro volte (2010), premiered at the Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival. The film won the Europa Cinemas Best European Film award at Cannes and the top prize at CPH:DOX. In 2013, Frammartino's Alberi installation, a 26-minute loop, premiered at MoMA PS1 and was subsequently exhibited at other museums, including the Center Pompidou's 2021 Hors Pistes Festival.

 

Frammartino's third feature, Il buco, was shot in southern Italy, in the neighboring regions of Calabria and Basilicata that continue to inspire him and where all of his previous works were shot. With the approach of an anthropologist, Frammartino captures the traditional and the transcendent with a simplicity and spirituality typical of his filmography. 

Gregorio Graziosi (Brasil)
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