The Argentine filmmaker discusses his latest film, Hermia & Helena (2014), based somewhat on William Shakespeare’s play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It follows an artist travelling from Buenos Aires to New York City for a fellowship for her work translating the Shakespeare play into Spanish. We discuss the formal drive behind the film, experimentation, and his upcoming collaboration with Lois Patiño.
The Argentine filmmaker discusses his critically acclaimed debut feature, The Human Surge, which follows young people working, exploring, and connecting (often via the internet) across Argentina, Mozambique and the Philippines.
The Argentine director discusses his latest film, Jauja, starring Viggo Mortensen, and the recurrence of themes across his body of work.
The Argentine filmmaker discusses The Princess of France, the latest in his loose adaptation of William Shakespeare’s comedies, this one based on Love’s Labour’s Lost.
Matías Piñeiro is an Argentinian filmmaker who has directed three feature films and one 40-minute short, which was commissioned for the Jeonju Digital Project. His first two films, The Stolen Man (2007) and They All Lie (2009), introduce the games played with narrative, the engagement with the relationship between film and literature, and the interest… Continue reading Matías Piñeiro Interview (Viola)
We can’t wait for you to see our 11th issue, which includes some of our very favourite filmmakers. Our two interviews in this issue are with filmmakers who made two of the best films of last year (corroborated by Cinema Scope‘s top ten list) and who were equally charming, insightful and funny when we talked… Continue reading Issue 11 (Matías Piñeiro, João Pedro Rodrigues & João Rui Guerra Da Mata, Pinewood Toronto Studios and a Nagisa Oshima Video Essay) is now available!