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LES REVENANTS

BY LUCIANA ACUÑA & ALEJO MOGUILLANSKY
INSTALLATION
Argentina & Chile

September 16 , 17 & 18 at from 17.00 to 21.00 h
Venue: BRIXTON VILLAGE

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Les Revenants is a play installation made up of six different dance solos, recorded in empty and ghostly historic buildings in the city of Santiago (Chile) in order to be screened in public spaces. It’s a piece that uses the French phrase ‘les revenants’ to describe those who ‘come back from the dead’. “If a body destined for movement is paused for an unlimited amount of time, doesn’t it come to look like death?’, asks this play. It would appear to be danced by zombies - people who have died and come back again – who control the city with their possessed dancing in a unique intervention.

Luciana Acuña is a dancer, choreographer and actress. Her works, theatre and cinema pieces and interventions have been performed in Argentina, Latin America, Europe and the U.S.A.

Alejo Moguillansky is a filmmaker, scriptwriter, editor and cinema producer. His most recent film, Por el dinero (2019), premiered in the Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival, and works such as La prisionera (2005), El escarabajo de oro (2014) and La vendedora de fósforos (2017) have been screened at Locarno, Berlin, Venice and London, among other festivals.

Choreography director: Luciana Acuña | Cinematographic director: Alejo Moguillansky | Artistic Producers: Gabriela Gobbi and Cecilia Kuska | Photography director: Manuel Antonio Vlastelica | Costumes: Mariana Tirante and Camila Fernanda Cuevas |  Delegated producer in Chile: Rodrigo Muñoz I Dancers: Varinia Angela Canto Vila, Cristian Alexander Hewitt Carrasco, Daniella Valentina Santibañez Monasterio, Francisca Espinoza.                    This project was coproduced and premiered at Santiago a Mil International Festival 2021.

Web: la-lob.com                                                Instagram: @luciana.acuna10 / @elpamperocine                                      Facebook:  grupo.krapp / alejo.moguillansky        Twitter: @ElPamperoCine

                                

 

Les Revenants is a play installation made up of six different dance solos, recorded in empty and ghostly historic buildings in the city of Santiago (Chile) in order to be screened in public spaces. It’s a piece that uses the French phrase ‘les revenants’ to describe those who ‘come back from the dead’. “If a body destined for movement is paused for an unlimited amount of time, doesn’t it come to look like death?’, asks this play. It would appear to be danced by zombies - people who have died and come back again – who control the city with their possessed dancing in a unique intervention.

Luciana Acuña is a dancer, choreographer and actress. Her works, theatre and cinema pieces and interventions have been performed in Argentina, Latin America, Europe and the U.S.A.

Alejo Moguillansky is a filmmaker, scriptwriter, editor and cinema producer. His most recent film, Por el dinero (2019), premiered in the Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival, and works such as La prisionera (2005), El escarabajo de oro (2014) and La vendedora de fósforos (2017) have been screened at Locarno, Berlin, Venice and London, among other festivals.

Choreography director: Luciana Acuña | Cinematographic director: Alejo Moguillansky | Artistic Producers: Gabriela Gobbi and Cecilia Kuska | Photography director: Manuel Antonio Vlastelica | Costumes: Mariana Tirante and Camila Fernanda Cuevas |  Delegated producer in Chile: Rodrigo Muñoz I Dancers: Varinia Angela Canto Vila, Cristian Alexander Hewitt Carrasco, Daniella Valentina Santibañez Monasterio, Francisca Espinoza.                    This project was coproduced and premiered at Santiago a Mil International Festival 2021.

Web: la-lob.com                                               
Instagram: @luciana.acuna10 / @elpamperocine                                     
Facebook:  grupo.krapp / alejo.moguillansky       
Twitter: @ElPamperoCine

                                

 

Les Revenants is a play installation made up of six different dance solos, recorded in empty and ghostly historic buildings in the city of Santiago (Chile) in order to be screened in public spaces. It’s a piece that uses the French phrase ‘les revenants’ to describe those who ‘come back from the dead’. “If a body destined for movement is paused for an unlimited amount of time, doesn’t it come to look like death?’, asks this play. It would appear to be danced by zombies - people who have died and come back again – who control the city with their possessed dancing in a unique intervention.

Luciana Acuña is a dancer, choreographer and actress. Her works, theatre and cinema pieces and interventions have been performed in Argentina, Latin America, Europe and the U.S.A.

Alejo Moguillansky is a filmmaker, scriptwriter, editor and cinema producer. His most recent film, Por el dinero (2019), premiered in the Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival, and works such as La prisionera (2005), El escarabajo de oro (2014) and La vendedora de fósforos (2017) have been screened at Locarno, Berlin, Venice and London, among other festivals.

Choreography director: Luciana Acuña | Cinematographic director: Alejo Moguillansky | Artistic Producers: Gabriela Gobbi and Cecilia Kuska | Photography director: Manuel Antonio Vlastelica | Costumes: Mariana Tirante and Camila Fernanda Cuevas |  Delegated producer in Chile: Rodrigo Muñoz I Dancers: Varinia Angela Canto Vila, Cristian Alexander Hewitt Carrasco, Daniella Valentina Santibañez Monasterio, Francisca Espinoza.                    This project was coproduced and premiered at Santiago a Mil International Festival 2021.

Web: la-lob.com                                                Instagram: @luciana.acuna10 / @elpamperocine          Facebook:  grupo.krapp / alejo.moguillansky        Twitter: @ElPamperoCine

                                

 


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