158
Films


26
August 20
30
September 20

FIDBA #8 ONLINE

Argentina






Description

The Documentary and the new ways of narrating the world
FIDBA is the first International Festival dedicated to Documentary cinema in Argentina, a space where the cinema of the real, films with the same vocation, dialogue with each other and address the diversity of forms and particular actions that take reality as a matter. From this premise, the FIDBA is planned as an annual meeting in which a careful selection of new filmmakers will be presented, films by prominent authors will be reviewed, and works and cinematographies unknown to the majority public will be recovered.

FIDBA also aims to be a meeting place for authors who broaden both the perception of reality and the ways of expressing and thinking it through cinema, but also through the arts, new audiovisual formats and new narratives ranging from photography to installations, from documentary theater to transmedia narration, without forgetting the intersections between reality and fiction. In short, the Festival is open to all documentary works that involve reflection and an effort to understand reality.

Faced with a market that imposes and turns all relationships into part of a great spectacle, documentary cinema maintains and reaffirms its character, since by making itself at every moment and allowing itself to be governed by realities that cannot be easily controlled, it must necessarily invent forms about Always unresolved questions: the documentary is incapable of reducing the world to a prior or a priori device. And although its procedures are always, and by nature, precarious, unstable and fragile, that is exactly its power and its major stimulus: to be there to allow the construction of new maps, to explore those that are not fully known to us yet.

  




Festival programme

 

 

 


#17 FOCO CINE FRANCÉS / LES FILMS D´ICI


 
 
 
4
Films
352
Minutes
 
10 September
00:00 GMT-03:00
01 October
00:00 GMT-03:00


  
 
  
 
  
 
  
 

#19 Foco Cine


 
 
 
7
Films
455
Minutes
 
17 September
00:00 GMT-03:00
24 September
00:00 GMT-03:00