La cinéaste argentine Lucrecia Martel

Lucrecia Martel Masterclass

La cinéaste argentine Lucrecia Martel

Lucrecia Martel Retrospective

Lucrecia Martel Masterclass

Spanish with simultaneous translation to English

online →

and at Casa d’Italia (live broadcast on the big screen)


Tourism in cinema. A walk through a war zone.


A few reflections on time and length in narrative, and scattered observations on the new bibles of the audiovisual industry. Finally, a few ideas on how to avoid tourism in cinema through sound and immersion.


In partnership with Concordia University and the Consulate General of Argentina in Montreal.





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