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Latin American Experimental Animation

Film/Video

Sofia Carrillo, Casa Triste
Sofia Carrillo, Casa Triste
Courtesy of the artist
Quique Rivera, El delirio del pez león.
Quique Rivera, El delirio del pez león.
Courtesy of the artist.
Maria Leite, Casa de máquinas. Courtesy of the artist.
Maria Leite, Casa de máquinas. Courtesy of the artist.
Sofia Carrillo, Casa Triste
Quique Rivera, El delirio del pez león.
Maria Leite, Casa de máquinas. Courtesy of the artist.
Latin American Experimental Animation

Introduced by Lina Aguirre & Cecilia Traslaviña

(2008–13)

Thu, Sep 22, 2016 7 PM

Experience a diverse selection of vibrant contemporary experimental animation from filmmakers in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Peru. The evening is organized and introduced by Cecilia Traslaviña, animator and professor in the art department of Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, and Ohio State alum Dr. Lina X. Aguirre. (Prog. approx. 120 mins., digital video).

Program Lineup

Escarlata (Tania de León, 2011, Mexico)

Aedes (Quique Rivera, 2011, Puerto Rico)

Lucía (Diluvio Animación, 2007, Chile)

Triángulo sádico (Juan Pablo Langlois, Nico Superby, 2011, Chile)

La casa triste (Sofía Carrillo, 2013, Mexico)

Yo me llamo Marian (Ana María Caro, 2008, Colombia)

Prita Noire (Sofía Carrillo, 2011, Mexico)

Luis (Diluvio Animación, 2008, Chile)

Sisisisisisisi (Juan Camilo González, 2011, Colombia/USA)

La Paz (Bibiana Rojas, 2013, Bolivia/Colombia)

Maria Da Gloria (Diego Akel, 2012, Brazil)

Cárcel (José Luis Martinat, 2009, Peru)

El delirio del pez león (Quique Rivera, 2012, Puerto Rico)

Immersed (Soledad Aguila, 2012, Chile/UK)

Fabricia (Cecilia Traslaviña, 2013, Colombia)

The big war (Juan Manuel Pavón, 2013, Mexico)

Casa de máquinas (Maria Leite, 2011, Brazil)      

Pasaje (Luis París, Argentina)

Passo    (Ale Abreu, Brazil)               

Carne (Carlos Gómez Salamanca, 2013, Colombia)

Cosponsored by Ohio State’s Center for Latin American Studies, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Film Studies, and Latino and Latin American Space for Enrichment and Research (LASER).

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