Sunday, May 24th 5 PM PST
FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH THE DIRECTORS
“HABITOGRAPHIED” is an exploration of the traces of daily life imprinted on an urban space. It is based on the actions of a set of inhabitants/characters; their habitual paths; and the recurring situations they encounter in the landscape that contains them and which they shape according to their particular way of inhabiting it.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR(S)
Miguel Bohórquez is a graphic designer and animator graduated from Instituto Departamental de Bellas Artes. PHD in design from Universidad de Buenos Aires. Appointed lecturer at Universidad del Valle since 2003. Winner of the Colombian National Film Fund scholarship for animation. His films include “Routine” and “Limpy” broadcasted by Wired.com; “Mud sounds”, “M Cycle and Origem”, selected for festivals such as Clermont Ferrand, FICCALI, CineToro and others.
Mónica Bravo is a filmmaker, graduated in Social Communication from Universidad del Valle, Colombia, with a masters in filmmaking from The London Film School, UK. Her work includes: “Invisible Tracks”, “I wouldn’t sit next to myself”, “How to kiss a dead girl”, “The Taste in Our Tongues” and others. Her films and projects have been selected for national and international festivals such as Clermont-Ferrand, Premier Plans Festival d’Angers, Bratislava Film Festival and the Fabrique des Cinemas du Monde and others.