Más Se Perdió (we lost more)

Country: UK
Duration: 14 mins
Sound: Optical
Ratio: 4:3
Available Format/s: 16mm
Original Format: 16mm
  • Politics and protest


Más Se Perdió (we lost more) structurally unites a series of historical and cultural references in contemporary Havana, Cuba. A variety of cinematographic approaches are used to explore the spaces of the derelict National School of Ballet, to document young athletes at an outdoor stadium, and to record a street scene with construction workers – the latter in reference to Chris Markers film Letter from Siberia (1957). Each place maintains some relationship to notions of utopia; however, the autonomous soundscape of the film is suggestive of underlying conflicts contained within these visions.

Funded by the Arts Council England with the support of Film London Artists Moving Image Network

Ghostly Award for Best Sound Design, 47th Ann Arbor Film Festival 2009

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