Cecilia Vilca (Peru) / Luna Donat (Spain)

"A good wine is like a good movie: lasts a moment and leaves you in the mouth a taste of glory, is new in every sip and, like movies, is born and reborn in every taste." Federico Fellini

Dialogue is a form of oral and written speech in which two or more persons communicate with each other, in an exchange of ideas, thoughts, feelings and desires by any means. It can be from a friendly conversation until a heated discussion held between participants.

Diálogos (Dialogs) is about cinema and emotions. Those who speak are fragments of films that left a significant trace to us. They are two subconscious talking. Video channels controlled by programming. Random choices that generate massive amounts of possible combinations make this piece always alive. An attempt at conversation that sometimes make sense and sometimes not and that goes both thematically and visually. The reason for this, the modularity of the work lies in the use of cinematographic language. Film clips have variable durations because they have been cut off so that they could be understandable for a person who had not seen the full movie. The artists tried to not generate new memories and to be as sincere as possible with the time in which marks were left. In the process they were spontaneously categorized and they showed that in despite of its different origin all of them have something in common, the reference to universal subjects. As usual in any dialogue, we talk about the same topic or not. And if we coincide we underline this moment.



Jeux d'enfants - Yann Samuell (2003, Francia)
Pulp Ficition - Quentin Tarantino(1994, EEUU)
Lost Highway - David Lynch (1997, EEUU)
Un perro andaluz - Luis Buñuel (1929, España)
Mallrats - Kevin Smith (1995, EEUU)
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Terry Gilliam (1998, EEUU)
L'auberge Espagnole - Cédric Klapisch (2002, España-Francia)
Asterix et cleopatre - Renné Goscinny, Lee Payant, Albert Uderzo (1968, Francia)
A Clockwork Orange - Stanley Kubrick (1972, Reino Unido)



Magnolia - Paul Thomas Anderson (1999, EEUU)
Amores Perros - Alejandro González Iñárritu (2000, México)
Cria cuervos - Carlos Saura (1975, España)
American Beauty - Sam Mendes (1999, EEUU)
Todo sobre mi madre - Pedro Almodóvar (1999, España)
The Godfather I - Francis Ford Coppola (1972, EEUU)
Underground - Emir Kusturica (1995, Francia-Serbia)
Martin (hache) - Adolfo Aristarain (1997, España-Argentina)
Crimes and misdemeanors - Woody Allen (1989, EEUU)
Blade Runner - Ridley Scott (1982, EEUU)