Galindez

Diego Bruno

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.

Production Year
2015
Duration
00:21:56
Type
Genre
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Original Title
Galindez
Finnish Title

Galindez

English Title

Galindez

Production Countries
Finland,Argentina
Dialogue
Yes
Sound
Yes
Cast
Diego Bruno (Author), Antti Pohjola (Cinematographer), Diego Bruno (Director), Ewa Gorzna (Editor), Diego Bruno (Editor), Carolina Sosa (Executive Producer), Juan Biderman (Still Photography), Victoria Pereda (Camera Assistant), Timo Luomanen (Color Grading), AVEK - The Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture (Funder), Kone Foundation (Funder), Joel Coroleu (Gaffer), Paola Vilieri (Production Assistant), Agustin Lastra (Production Assistant), Diego Bruno (Researcher), Mikko Räihälä (Sound Design), Joel Coroleu (Sound Recording), José Meijas (Sound Recording), Eduardo Pavlovsky (Voice Over)
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Born in 1978 in Argentina, Diego Bruno lives and works in Helsinki. He studied History of Art at the University of Buenos Aires, holds a BA in Fine Arts from the Escola Massana, Barcelona and an MFA in Fine Arts from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts. Bruno’s work has been shown at Wiels Center for Contemporary Art, Brussels; Museum of Latin American Art, Buenos Aires; Centre d´Art Santa Monica, Barcelona; Manifesta 08 Murcia; Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, New York; Center for Contemporary Art Celje; Extra City, Antwerp; The Solo Project, Basel; Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona and Malmö Kunsthalle, among others.