Compétition internationale

Parsi

Eduardo Williams

Mariano Blatt

2019ArgentineSuisseGuinée-Bissau23 mincouleurDCP ,

“No es” (It isn’t) is a cumulative poem by Mariano Blatt, which is constantly written over the course of a lifetime. The text of the poem, a list of “what seems to be but isn’t”, to which verses are added over days, months, and years, can cover anything: images, people, memories, landscapes, phrases, ideas. With this list ringing in its head, Eduardo Williams’s film Parsi finds itself in a perpetual movement through spaces and around people. We are taken on a breathless ride through bustling neighborhoods, from person to person, thrown, dipped under water, rushed from image to image, creating in the process yet another poem which is caressed by, crashes into, and spins next to “No es”.  Eduardo Williams’ films explore a fluid mode of observation, looking for mutual relations and open adventures in a physical and virtual network. He believes that uncertainty can yield its own sources of beauty and forms of small-scale resistance through communal escape and shared complicity, so as to chart the rhythms of autonomy over automatism.

Eduardo Williams, né en 1987 en Argentine a étudié à l’Université de Buenos Aires avant de rejoindre Le Fresnoy – Studio national des arts contemporains en France. Il a réalisé plusieurs courts et longs métrages qui ont été sélectionnés dans des festivals internationaux.

Mariano Blatt, né en 1983 en Argentine et un poète et éditeur de littérature. Mi juventud unida (Mansalva, 2015) recueille ses poèmes rédigés entre 2005 et 2015. Il co-dirige Blatt & Ríos, une maison d’édition indépendante.

  • PRODUCTION : Nahuel Pérez Bizcayart, María Victoria Marotta, Jerónimo Quevedo