New Directors Competition
Why are we still able to watch moving images captured over 125 years ago?As we move ever further into the digital age, our audiovisual heritage seems to be taken increasingly for granted. However, much of our filmed history and cinema has already been lost forever. Film archivists, curators, technicians and filmmakers from around the world explain what film preservation is and why it is needed. This documentary is an homage to them all and sheds some light on their critical undertaking.
ESPAÇO ITAÚ DE CINEMA - FREI CANECA 5
CIRCUITO SPCINE LIMA BARRETO - CCSP
PETRA BELAS ARTES SALA 2 - LEON CAKOFF
Abraham Lifshitz, Inés Toharia
Álvaro Silva Wuth, Kyle Stanfield, Sergio Fernández, Xanti Salvador
Robert Marcel Lepage
Isaac Garcia, Paul Cadieux
El Grifilm Productions, Filmoption International
Born in Madrid, Spain, in 1975. After completing her studies in literature and film, Inés received a grant to pursue her training in filmmaking in the UK and, later, she specialized in film preservation in the USA. She has worked at different film archives and in cultural preservation projects. She directed, among others, the documentary El Río que Suena, Reflejo del Tiempo: Joaquín Díaz (2014). Film, the Living Record of Our Memory is her second feature film.