VALENTINO

by NILES ATALLAH
Video for Valentino
Produced by Asmara Films and Diluvio for Vogue Italia and ICE

Part of the exhibition “8 Short Videos X 8 Long Stories” organized by Vogue Italia and the Italian Trade Comission in New York, September 9, 2013.

Credits:

Video created by Niles Atallah (direction, photography, sound, art, animation, editing, etc.)
Dress from Valentino.
Produced by Asmara Films and Diluvio 2013
Rights belong to VOGUE ITALIA

Technical Information

Duration: 3:30 min.
Ratio: 16:9
Technique: Stop motion animation
Format: iPhone 4S photos
Sonido: Stereo
Color: Color
Language: no dialogues
Country: Chile and Italy
Production: Diluvio and Asmara Films
Año: 2013

Production Stills

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CANDELARIA

Dirigido por / Directed by: ALEJANDRA MOFFAT
Estreno / Premiere: 17º Festival Internacional Documentales Santiago Chile (FIDOCS) Competencia Internacional de Cortometrajes Monsieur Guillaume.

[column width=”45%” padding=”5%”]Sinopsis

Antiguas películas caseras nos presentan el esplendor de un fundo tradicional, su casa señorial y la intensa vida familiar que la generó y sostuvo, sobrepuestas o contrastadas con desoladas imágenes que nos muestran el devastado escenario de abandono de hoy, más una integrante familiar que en el silencio de los recuerdos, relaciona y trae a presencia toda esa historia y evolución contenida entre ambos materiales.

Créditos / Credits

Asistente de dirección: Antonia Lobos.
Producción: Antonia Lobos – Alejandra Moffat
Guión: Alejandra Moffat
Investigación: Antonia Lobos – Alejandra Moffat
Director de fotografía: Niles Atallah – José Luis Torres Leiva
Montaje: Alejandra Moffat
Sonido Directo: Alejandra Moffat
Postproducción de Sonido: Claudio Vargas
Postproducción imagen: Niles Atallah

Festivales y Premios
(2013) -17º Festival Internacional Documentales Santiago Chile (FIDOCS) Competencia Internacional de Cortometrajes Monsieur Guillaume. -20º Festival Internacional de Cine de Valdivia (FICValdivia). Competencia de escuelas latinoamericanas. -25º Festival Internacional de Cine de Viña del Mar Competencia Latinoamericana de Cortometrajes (Ficviña) -10º Festival de Cine Documental de Puerto Varas (SURDOCS) Competencia Nacional de Opera Prima Categoría Cortometraje Documental. Premio a Mejor Opera Prima Nacional Categoría Cortometraje Documental. -Festival de Cine B Competencia Nacional de Cortometrajes. Premio del Publico OJO CORTO a mejor cortometraje nacional. Mención Honrosa a Mejor Cortometraje Nacional.[/column][column width=”45%” padding=”5%”]Synopsis

Old home movies present the splendor of a traditional estate, the manor house and intense family life that generated and supported it. Contemporary images strike a contrast with the old family films: the house is now abandoned and in ruins after a recent earthquake. The silent presence of an elderly family member eludes to the mysterious history and evolution contained in these ruins.

Información Técnica / Technical Information

Duración: 14 minutos.
Ratio: 16:9
Sonido: Estéreo.
Color: Color
Codificación analógica: NTSC
Versión original: Sin diálogo
País: Chile
Productora: Diluvio
Año: 2013[/column]

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LOS ANDES

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“LOS ANDES”
2012
by CRISTOBAL LEON & JOAQUIN COCIÑA
(English Title: THE ANDES)

LOS ANDES was shown at the 55th Venice Biennale as a part of the Latin American – IILA Pavilion.

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EL ARCA

“EL ARCA”
by CRISTOBAL LEON & JOAQUIN COCIÑA

“El Arca” premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Shorts Competition this January 2012.

The short is based on the life and work of Athanasius Kircher. It was created for the exhibition “Kircher: La Imagen Barroca” at the National Library in Santiago de Chile. “El Arca” will now be featured in ART STATEMENTS / ART BASEL with Upstream Gallery.

(Part of the series “The Third World”)

(2011) Short Fiction Film

Between 2010 and 2011, Cristóbal León and Joaquín Cociña created the series of short-films “The Third World”. The series is made up of “Padre.Madre”, “EL Templo” and “El Arca”. The films were shown together as a film installation at Upstream Gallery. These films are the foundational chapters of a new creed. They present a savage procession, moving between sacred and intimate, beautiful and horrific, canonical and arbitrary, sublime and bestial. Every film is the beginning of a myth and also its immediate decadence.

by CRISTOBAL LEON & JOAQUIN COCIÑA
cinematographer CARLOS VASQUEZ
production assistant CRISTINA SITJA RUBIO

EL ARCA trailer from diluvio on Vimeo.

Exhibitions:
(2011) – “The Third World”, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. – “Kircher: La Imagen barroca”, Biblioteca Nacional, Santiago de Chile.

EL TEMPLO

“EL TEMPLO”
by CRISTOBAL LEON & JOAQUIN COCIÑA

(Part of the series “The Third World”)

(2011) Short Fiction Film

Between 2010 and 2011, Cristóbal León and Joaquín Cociña created the series of short-films “The Third World”. The series is made up of “Padre.Madre”, “EL Templo” and “El Arca”. The films were shown together as a film installation at Upstream Gallery. These films are the foundational chapters of a new creed. They present a savage procession, moving between sacred and intimate, beautiful and horrific, canonical and arbitrary, sublime and bestial. Every film is the beginning of a myth and also its immediate decadence.

“EL TEMPLO”
by CRISTOBAL LEON & JOAQUIN COCIÑA
as The Man MARLEEN KLEINSTAPEL
cinematographer CARLOS VASQUEZ

 

Exhibitions:
(2011) – “The Third World”, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. – “ Psychopump Councel”, De Ateliers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

PADRE. MADRE.

“PADRE. MADRE.”
(English Title: FATHER.MOTHER.)
by CRISTOBAL LEON & JOAQUIN COCIÑA

(Part of the series “The Third World”)

(2011) Short Fiction Film

Between 2010 and 2011, Cristóbal León and Joaquín Cociña created the series of short-films “The Third World”. The series is made up of “Padre.Madre”, “EL Templo” and “El Arca”. The films were shown together as a film installation at Upstream Gallery. These films are the foundational chapters of a new creed. They present a savage procession, moving between sacred and intimate, beautiful and horrific, canonical and arbitrary, sublime and bestial. Every film is the beginning of a myth and also its immediate decadence.


Exhibitions:
(2011) – “The Third World”, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. – “Alive She Cries”, Galerie Zink, Berlin, Germany.

WEATHERVANE

“WEATHERVANE”
by JOAQUIN COCIÑA

(Short Animation Film)
Duration: 3:25 min

Weathervane is a video animation. It has seven parts.
This video animation was made from charcoal drawings by the artist.
The drawings did not survive the animation process.
Concept of the images and characters: JUDAH DADONE & JOAQUIN COCIÑA

Produced in Santiago, Chile. 2010

Festivals:
(2012) Festival Court-Bouillon, France

Exhibition:
(2011) Corporación Cultural ARTEK, Chile – (2010) AFA gallery, Chile

DER KLEINERE RAUM

(THE SMALLER ROOM)

by CRISTOBAL LEON and NINA WEHRLE

DILUVIO / IT’S RAINING ELEPHANTS
(2009)

(Short Animation Film)

Awards:
(2011) – Genève Animatou Festival international du film d’animation, Mention spéciale – (2010) – Fantoche Baden, Special Mention (Swiss Competition) – ANIMANIMA International Animation Festival, Bronze Peg Bar- Ljubljana , International Animation Film Festival Animateka, Alex Baladi’s Special Mention – Tallinn, Animation Film Festival Animated Dreams, Jury’s Special Mentioning III

Festivals:
(2011) -6e Festival international du film d’animation Animatou, Geneve, Switzerland – 11th Melbourne International Animation Festival, Australia – 8. Vienna Independent Shorts, Viena, Austria – 7th Tehran International Animation Festival, Iran – 30e ANIMA Festival du dessin animé et du film d’animation, Brusseles, Belgium – 46. Solothurner Filmtage, Switzerland – (2010) – 7. Int. Animation Film Festival Animateka, Slovenia – Les 9es sommets du cinéma d’animation de Montréal, Canada – 12th Animation Film Festival Animated Dreams, Talinn, Estonia – 4th ANIMANIMA International Animation Festival, Serbia – 8es Rencontres Internationales du Cinéma d’Animation, France – 14th Holland Animation Film Festival, Utrecht, Netherlands – Ottawa, 34th Ottawa International Animation Festival, Ottawa, Canada – 8. Internationales Kurzfilmfestival Shnit, Switzerland – Fantoche: 8th International Animation Film Festival Baden, Switzerland – Hiroshima, 13th International Animation Festival, Hiroshima, Japan – Zagreb, 20th ANIMAFEST World Festival of Animated Films, Zagreb, Croatia.

Exhibitions:
(2011) – “Upstream Cinema” Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam – (2009) Illustrative Berlin.

PRIMER DIA DE INVIERNO

“PRIMER DIA DE INVIERNO”
(English Title: FIRST DAY OF WINTER)
by: JOSE LUIS TORRES LEIVA

(Short Film)

Synopsis:
Juan and is 3-month old daughter travel to the city for a medical
appointment. Taking advantage of the trip, the young man visits his
sister where he reveals an important secret to her.

Actors: DIEGO NOGUERA, EMILIA NOGUERA, ROCIO BARAHONA RUIZ
Screenplay, Editing and Direction: JOSE LUIS TORRES LEIVA
Producers: FRANCISCO ALBORNOZ, JOSE LUIS TORRES LEIVA
Photography & Camera: NILES ATALLAH
Direct Sound: CLAUDIO VARGAS
Post-Production Sound & Foley: ROBERTO ESPINOZA
Art Direction & Costumes: CATALINA DEVIA
Assistant Director: DOMINGA SOTOMAYOR

Technical Information:
Shooting Format: MiniDVCAM
Exhibition Format: Betacam SP (Pal) / DVCAM
Duration: 17 Minutes
Black & White / Stereo
Country: CHILE

Festivals:
International Film Festival Rotterdam 2010, Shorts Competition. – La Cinémathèque Française, Paris. Program “Beauté Convulsive” – Signes de Nuit, France. Official Selection.