Year2010 Duration90 min. DirectorErnesto Baca WriterErnesto Baca PhotographyLeonardo Val EditorEduardo López López Production Constanza Sanz Palacios Webhttp://www.vrindavanalapelicula.com/

International premiere

Vrindavana is a little town in the north of India. But Vrindavana is also a state of mind, a dimension of love and brotherhood. On a film where audiovisual perception prevails through a sensorial narrative, Ernesto Baca makes a journey that is more spiritual than physical. The film is understood as a mental state, the images open a door to the unknown, and the audio is a bridge that leads us to some other place.
Bafici 2010

Ernesto Baca

Ernesto Baca was born in Florencio Varela, Buenos Aires, in 1969. He studied Film Direction and Video Production at the CIEVYC. Baca is a filmmaker and also a Professor in several Argentinian Universities. He has made experimental features, feature films and documentaries which have been awarded locally and internationally. His first feature film, Cabeza de Palo (2002), was screened at Bafici, Locarno and Alternativa in Barcelona. His experimental film Samoa (2005) was awarded with the Buenos Aires Fondo de Cultura. He was also a curator of the experimental section of the season “New Argentinian Film”, hold in Amsterdam, and juror for the Regards Neuf Section at the Nyon Festival, Vision du Reel. In 2007 he presented his video installation Semen at the Mar de Plata Festival. His film Música para astronautas, shot entirely in Super 8, was part of Punto de Vista 2010.
El Sirviente 
Música para Astronautas
Cabeza de Palo 
Promoted by
Gobierno de Navarra
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Con la financiación del Gobierno de España. Instituto de la Cinematografía y las Artes Audiovisuales Acción Cultural Española Plan de Recuperación, Transformación y Resiliencia Financiado por la Unión Europea. NexGenerationEU

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