Centaur

Iberoamerican Short Film Contest 45 ED. 2017
Argentina 2016 14' Fiction

Centaur is a Greco-creole western set among the palm trees and the antennas of the soy-producing pampas. The centaur, just like the gaucho, is an interrupted myth that got lost far away long time ago. Except that this story happened recently nearby.


Direction: Nicolás Suárez.

He was born in Buenos Aires. He completed his studies on Cinema at ENERC and holds a BA from the University of Buenos Aires where he pursues a PhD on Argentinian literature and cinema. Nowadays, he teaches Literary Theory at Universidad Nacional de las Artes. He wrote and co-directed the feature film Hijos&Nuestros, screened at festivals such as Mar del Plata, Málaga, Toulouse, Montevideo, Bafici, Cartagena and Guadalajara, among others. His short film Centauro won the Historias Breves Contest of the INCAA.

Script:
Nicolás Suárez.
Phtography:
Federico Lastra.
Edition:
Sebastián Agulló.
Camera:
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Art direction:
Sofía Marramá.
Animation:
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Sound:
Paula Ramírez, Diego Martínez.
Soundtrack:
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Cast:
Agustín Alcides Otero, Walter Jakob.
Production:
Nicolás Suárez. INCAA.
Others:
Distribution: Films To Festivals. Executive production: Mariana Luconi.
Contact:
nicola_suarez@yahoo.com.ar