Galindez is based on the theater play El Señor Galindez, written by Argentine psychoanalyst, dramaturgist and actor Eduardo Pavlovsky in 1972. The film takes as its setting the Payró Theater in Buenos Aires, in which the play was first released in January 1973. Diego Bruno’s work focuses on the formation and representation of ideology, the position of the intellectual, and forms of re-presentation, actualization of historical complexities.
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English title / Galindez
Teoksen nimi suomeksi / Galindez
Original title / Galindez
Keywords / narrator, history, ideologies, pictures, torture, theatre
Type / Single channel
Genre / Documentary, experimental
Country / Finland, Argentina
Picture ratio / 16:9
Duration / 00:21:56
Language / Spanish; Castilian
Sound format / Stereo
Year / 2015
Cast / Antti Pohjola (Cinematographer), Diego Bruno (Director), Ewa Gorzna (Editor), Diego Bruno (Editor), Carolina Sosa (Executive Producer), Juan Biderman (Still Photography), Victoria Pereda (Camera Assistant), Kone Foundation / - (Funder), AVEK - The Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture / - (Funder), Joel Coroleu (Gaffer), Agustin Lastra (Production Assistant), Paola Vilieri (Production Assistant), Diego Bruno (Researcher), Diego Bruno (Author), Timo Luomanen (Color Grading), Mikko Räihälä (Sound Design), Joel Coroleu (Sound Recording), José Meijas (Sound Recording), Eduardo Pavlovsky (Voice Over)