Archivos intervenidos: Cine Escuela

Intervened Archives: School Cinema
Albertina Carri, Nicolás Prividera, Matías Piñeiro, Nele Wohlatz, Hernán Rosselli, Carlos Echeverría, Celina Murga & Juan Villegas, Daniel Rosenfeld, Delfina Castagnino, Enrique Bellande, José Celestino Campusano, María Alché & Juan Pablo Menchón, Mateo Bendesky, Santiago Loza & Lorena Moriconi
Argentinien 2016
73 min

Continuing the series started by INTERVENED EVENTS (2014), Buenos Aires’ Film Museum presents the second feature fully made with footage from its archives by fourteen renowned Argentine filmmakers. It’s made up of nine issues of the “Argentine Film school,” a project created in 1948 by Argentina’s secretary of Education, during Juan Domingo Perón’s first presidency. It promoted “the use of cinema as a teaching tool destined to complete the task of educating and providing culture, mainly regarding the exaltation of the feelings of nationality, with the heroic example of historical figures, Christian morals and the multiple civil duties, both large and small.” It was due to this that most of the films produced by the “Argentine Film school” had scientific spreading and the touristic promotion of different regions of the country as their subject matter. (MDC/Buenos Aires Festival Internacional De Cine Independiente)

Museo del Cine de Buenos Aires

Museo del Cine de Buenos Aires

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