Broken Tongue

Dir: Monica Savirón
Mostra: Anachronies
3' . 2013 . EUA

Synopsis

An ode to the freedom of movement, association, and expression. It pays homage to the diaspora of the different waves of migration, and challenges the way we represent our narratives. Mainly made with images from the January 1st issues of The New York Times since its beginning in 1851 to 2013, Broken Tongue is a heartfelt tribute to avant-garde sound performer Tracie Morris and to her poem “Afrika”.

Rating free

Screening: november 20 at 17h

Credits

Monica Savirón
/ Producer

Monica Savirón
/ Cinematography

Monica Savirón
/ Editor

Monica Savirón
/ Sound designer

Tracie Morris
/ Music

Festivals and Awards

  • Melhor curta / Best Short – Fronteira festival 2014
  • Festival de Curtas de Oberhausen 2014
  • Festival de Edimburgo 2014
  • Festival de Santiago 2014
  • EXis Seoul 2014

https://www.monicasaviron.com/
monicasaviron@gmail.com
/ CONTACT

Monica Savirón

She born in Spain and is an experimental filmmaker, independent curator, and writer. Currently based in New York, her work explores the cinematic possibilities of sound and avant-garde poetics.