In Films 2013

Country of Production:  Spain
Language: Spain, French
Subtitles: English
15 min, Color, 2012

Agenda:
International Competition 12
26/08/2013
kineforum
13.00

28/08/2013
Teater Studio, Teater Jakarta – TIM
17.00

Kenari, keledai, hewan-hewan ternak, dan lebih banyak kenari. Begitulah sumber daya alam sebuah desa kecil tak bernama dalam Ancestor Delicatessen. Didedikasikan untuk saudara laki-laki sang sutradara, filem pendek sederhana ini mengkronologikan bagaimana para warga mengolah sumber daya alam sekitar mereka jadi makanan sehari-hari, lewat pergerakan kamera statis dan pengaturan bebunyian yang rancak. Makanan khas mereka: marron glance, sepiring kenari beku.

-Rajiv Ibrahim

Canaries, donkeys, various livestock, and more canaries. Such diversity in the nameless hamlet captured in Ancestor Delicatessen. Dedicated to the brother of the filmmaker, this simple and sweet film chronicles how the locals make use of the natural resources around them into edibles, through static camerawork and neat arrangement of sounds. Their specialty: marron glance, a dish of frozen canaries. 

-Rajiv Ibrahim

Gabriel Folgado

Gabriel Folgado lahir di Leon, Spanyol 12 Mei tahun 1970. Lulusan Sinema dari Universitas Leon. Pada 2004 dia menyutradarai filem pendek pertamanya Vilapicardo diikuti dengan La embajada Toscana di tahun 2005. Dia juga mengajar di Universitas Leon, dokumenter pertamanya Interior landscapes telah di akui dan diberi penghargaan lebih dari 30 festival filem di seluruh dunia. Di antaranya menerima tujuh nominasi Goya Awards tahun 2011 dan penghargaan bergengsi “Golden Botillo”. Ancestral Delicatessen adalah dokumentar keduanya bersama Catoute Films, perusahaan filemnya.

Gabriel Folgado was born in León, Spain (May 12, 1970). He has a degree in cinema from the University of León. In 2004 he directed his first short film Vilapicardo followed by La embajada toscana in 2005. He has also spent time teaching at León University. His first documentary Interior landscapes has been shortlisted and awarded in over 30 worldwide film festivals. Amongst others, it received seven nominations in the 2011 Goya Awards and the prestigious “Golden Botillo” prize. Ancestral delicatessen is the second documentary he has directed with Catoute Films, his production company.

 

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