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11 Jan

Anri Sala seeks to investigate different modes of nonverbal narrative. For them, it uses, among other things, music, image and movement that are the key to the exhibition created for the Botín Center. The three concepts together produce a synesthesia that we will enjoy intensely thanks to Cristina Molino and Roberto HG.

Cristina Molino was born in Madrid in 1985. She trained at the EFTI school and has a degree in film and photography direction from ECAM. His works have been recognized in some of the most prestigious film festivals internationally. She has collaborated, writing and directing short films, with producers such as The Weinstein Company and television networks such as Channel 4 (England) and currently combines her work as a filmmaker and director of advertising photography, both nationally and internationally, with the script writing of his first feature film.

Roberto HG has a degree in Journalism from UCM (Madrid) and a Diploma in Sound for Cinema from ECAM (Madrid), since 2006 he has worked as a designer, editor and sound mixer in film, TV and Advertising, for countries such as Spain, England, United States, Argentina or China. Several of his works have been awarded internationally. In turn, for 12 years, he has taught Sound for Cinema and Audiovisual Narrative in schools such as Tai Arts, CES, Microfusa or Ondas Training.

December 20 6:30 PM Aimed at adults.

December 21 6:30 PM Aimed at children (from 4 years old) and families

January 11 6:30 PM Aimed at young people between 16 and 22 years old


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