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    SPAIN 20 MIN, 2018



    APRIL 4, 17:00


    • ABOUT

      It’s hot in a ramshackle attic, full-blown fans stir the atmosphere generated by the “exercises” of a weird tenant who manipulates objects. He twists cardboard, builds object castles, admires them, talks to them, breaks them, dresses and dances with them. The ceremonies are repeated and mutated, the environments change and the objects multiply creating a kind of dissonant choreography built with remnants of amateur video. The plot gets more complicated when between those objects his memories appear and force him to fight in a duel of dances with his past.




      Teo Guillem is a director that has been working in films, commercials, music videos and opening titles for feature films since 2007, when he established Dvein, a production company with a background in fine art and design, that is well-known for their style that merges the physical with the digital world to craft a distinctive aesthetic with an experimental, design-driven culture at its core. Teo’s directorial work with Dvein’s had a wide success directing commercials and films and been featured in multiple festival and exhibitions around the world such as Saatchi & Saatchi's New Director Showcase (France), OFFF Festival (Spain & France), F5 (United States), or ArtFutura (Argentina). His music video Magma (2013), was awarded in AICP Awards, the Australian Animation Festival among others and is part of the permanent collection of MoMa in New York. Aside other awards and recognitions he has also been awarded with the City of Barcelona Award on Film (2012) and the Fine Arts Medal of San Carlos University in Valencia (2013).


      • Visions du Reel
      • Guanajuato Film Festival / Special Jury Mention 
      • Reijkjavik Film Festival / Official selection 
      • Nice European Short Film Festival / Special Jury Mention 
      • Alcine
      • MedFilm, Mediterranean and European Film Festival
      • Frontera Sur
      • ZubrOFFka, International Short Film Festival
      • Aguilar Film Festival
      • Slamdance

      DOKer 2019 — Short Competition

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