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6ª Muestra ENERC
6th ENERC Exhibit
ENERC presents its 6th exhibit, made up of a selection of thesis shorts made in all their branches— Patagonia Norte, Cuyo, NOA, NEA and Metropolitan. The multiple nuances of Argentine society are captured through the gaze of a passionate youth that make their voice be heard. These shorts were chosen not only for their technical and narrative quality, but also because they raise necessary discussions about or past, present and future
La brisa que estremece los árboles by Juan Márquez Sapag - 14’
Mirta reconstructs, in detail, the search for her daughter Natalia, a little girl from San Martín de los Andes, Argentina, who disappeared without a trace in 1994.
El ocaso by Iván Gómez - 12’
A mother teaches her daughter to survive the hostile environment around them. Her refuge ceases to be safe and, while running away, the mother is attacked. Her daughter must make a decision for the first time in her life
La sangre de Saturno by Ramiro Caporin - 14’
With his daughter sick in the city, Saturnino, a man from the puna in search of a job, will do whatever it takes in order to raise the money he needs and save his daughter before it’s too late.
Alma de diamante by Nahuel Monteros - 11’
Jano, a guard at a quarry, is patrolling the mountain when he perceives some strange activity in a cave. He finds a diamond and starts to hesitate on the decision to go in and look for others. But something else awaits him inside
La lógica del silencio by Sol Giancaspro - 12’
Two important events impact at the same time in the life of Julia, who traces her steps in order to discover her true desire, something that may cost her her own future and that of her partner.
Todo lo que recuerdo by Nicolás Fernández Melián - 14’
A godforsaken town, a few inhabitants, the corruption of time. In this documentary, we hear the voices of three inhabitants of La Limpia, whose lives become living memories of a boggeddown time.