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Director_ Edgardo COZARINSKY
 
Argentina 2020 71min DCP color feature Documentary G
Review

Edgardo COZARINSKY takes the most liberal form of documentary film to tell the story of a 93-year-old pianist Margarita FERNANDEZ. The introduction, which initiates with a full Brahms rendition, is a very superficial starting point for looking at Margarita’s life and art world. Rather than recounting all of her life, the director evokes the convergence where she meets the history of Argentine avant-garde art: the reverberations of music and art, her memories of certain renditions and the footage of the performances in the 1970s. The film is an essay on the form of art’s survival and a very private letter to future generations over decades. [sung MOON]

CREDIT
  • DirectorEdgardo COZARINSKY
  • ProducerConstanza Sanz PALACIOS, Aníbal GARISTO
  • ScriptEdgardo COZARINSKY
  • CinematographyConstanza Sanz PALACIOS
  • Production DesignAníbal GARISTO
  • MusicEdgardo COZARINSKY
  • EditorIair Michel ATTIAS
SoundGaspar SCHEUER
FILM SOURCE
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DIRECTOR
Edgardo COZARINSKY
 
Born in 1939, Buenos Aires, Argentina. He works as a filmmaker and writer. His novels, short stories and essays have been translated into numerous languages. His first book, Urban voodoo, was unanimously praised. Among his most famous films are Sunset Boulevards (1992), Citizen Langlois (1995), Rothschild’s Violin (1996), and Tango Desire (2002).
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