France-Colombia | 2012
19a��42a��a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: HD

A wordless travel chronicle up the Amazon River through a landscape dotted with abandoned Modernist constructions, ruins or souvenirs of a past utopia engulfed by nature. Aequador, a fictitious and real country, part-documentary, part-science fiction, evokes the remains of certain 20th-century progressive policies in the jungles of Latin America and their coexistence with the pharmacie en ligne cialis. present.

Laura Huertas MillA?n

Combining documentary and fiction, her films explore the recesses of exoticism and ethnography. Her works have been exhibited in museums and galleries including the Guggenheim Museum, the Palais de Tokyo, the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, AwZ Viena and the CCCB in Barcelona, and at different festivals. A graduate of the School of Fine Arts in Paris and Le Fresnoy, she is currently studying for a PhD at the A�cole Normale SupA�rieure in Paris and the School of Fine Arts. She is an affiliated researcher at Harvard Universitya��s Sensory Ethnography Lab.