Pantalla UBA - Lo que rebasa el mar

Pantalla UBA - What Overflows in the Sea

Institutional Screenings
Country: Argentina
Year: 2022
Saturday 5th, 19:50 hs., Paseo Aldrey (Sala Aldrey 2)
Sunday 6th, 10:50 hs., Paseo Aldrey (Sala Aldrey 2)

What are the limits of the world we live in, those that are imposed on us and the ones we draw up privately. Which are the ones we shift, the limits we pass. Which is the image, the voice that soaks through what is awaited and what is expected, and which leads us to the point of reflection about gase—the counterpoint in sound that uncouples what’s been learned and invades the shot. The Image and Sound Design major of the University of Buenos Aires presents, in this edition of Pantalla UBA, a journey through 14 audiovisual pieces produced as part of the different courses that make up our curriculum.

Cindy, ¿estás ahí? by Luisa Roig Vibart - 4'
A young woman explores unheard answers in her subconscious.

Como siempre sentí by Francisco Bottarini - 5'
Through this documentary essay, Francisco tells how the anxiety feels after being limited by his medication for years.

Creo en el tiempo como en una margarita by Emilia Cortés - 11'
While florists from Buenos Aires are portrayed doing their job, something strange seems to happen to time along the flowers’ journey.

De lo propio en el tumulto by Sol Huilen Castro, Enrique Leandro Hournau, Charo Lamas - 4'
Solitude, the building of identity and the search for individuality in a city saturated with forms, multitudes and laws. How do we find what’s our own within these parameters? How do we build our own identity?

Donde terminan las cosas by Homero Luccerini, Andrea Odreman, Lara Irina Olmos Berman - 4’
Francesca wants to take a nap at a place that was once her home. The quiescence is interrupted by the presence of something that is or used to be there.

El trueno by Isabel Titiro - 4’
A Guaraní voice leads us through a poem of life and death. A feverish jungle dream.

La hija del vidriero by Lucía López - 2’
After spending her childhood at her dad’s glass shop, the author sees glass as a familiar material. A confusing childhood the glass merchant’s daughter tries to treasure by using painting and glass, elements which —she will soon discover— are as fragile as her own memory.

La profundidad de la marea by María Sol Alonso - 13’
We visualize, as part of the feminist struggle, the life stories of Delia, a 70-year-old Villa Fátima inhabitant; Cinthia, who lives in Versalles and runs a neighborhood community; and América, a young artist and teacher from the Soldati neighborhood.

Lo que no me diste by Nicolás Bazán Povedano - 3’
A music video that features music by artist AGNEA. The video shows her surrounded by dancing hands, as it tells the story of three couples with one thing in common—they start enjoying their relationship, romanticizing their gestures and actions, and end up in heartbreak.

Mamá leona by Juli Montenegro - 2’
Andrea ponders on motherhood while she narrates a situation from the past with her daughter. There, she describes how it feels when the urge to protect her prevails, emotionally repeating the words that she still holds from her own mother.

Olvidada by Felipe González Otaño - 3’
A documentary short in which extracts from a 1964 and 8mm home movies coexist with some mysterious Russian audio captured by Italian amateur radio fans in 1961.

Pueden llamarme David by Joaquín Yin - 12’
A Chinese immigrant supermarket owner reflects on his experiences adjusting to life in Buenos Aires while learning to deal with the responsibilities of adulthood.

Querida Normita by Milagros Simijoski - 3’
Through the family photo archive and the letter written by her great-grandmother when visiting Villa Gesell for the first time, the filmmaker offers us a journey through the history of her family and her connection with that place.

Souvenir by Gerardo Fernández Herrero, Florencia Rodríguez Lara - 1’
An introspective search shaped as a self-portrait, as a game, intervening and alternating images to see what is found—what it causes, what it brings up, how it feels to rummage in the memory drawer