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27th SGIFF: Panel Discussion | Mutating Mythologies - Hybrid Cinema of Latin America

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MUTATING MYTHOLOGIES - HYBRID CINEMA OF LATIN AMERICA

27 NOV 2016, SUN / 2.00PM / 90MIN


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Accompanying the Focus section on Mutating Mythologies – Hybrid Cinema of Latin America is this in-depth dialogue session with co-curator Juan Daniel F Molero and filmmaker Miguel Hilari. With an emphasis on Peru and Bolivia, the discussion will delve into the history of leftfield experimental and documentary films in Latin America and its contemporary incarnations, exploring its cultural and political significance. The speakers will share their own stratagems as filmmakers and reflect upon the mythology of the region and its mutations through hybrid film practices - an active response towards the syncretic tendencies of the region.


ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

Juan Daniel F Molero, born in 1987 in Lima, Peru, is a filmmaker and curator. He has curated several avant-garde film programmes. His second feature, Videophilia (2015), was shot on a shoestring budget in his hometown and won the Tiger Award at the 2015 International Film Festival Rotterdam. i_mutating is his latest film.

Miguel Hilari is born in 1985 in La Paz, Bolivia. He studied filmmaking in La Paz, Santiago and Barcelona. A member of the Bolivian film collective Socavón Cine, he has produced the film Juku (2011), co-written and co-directed the documentary From Low Down (2012) and directed his short Adelante (2014).


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Sun Nov 27, 2016
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM SGT
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Singapore International Film Festival
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