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Aharon has dedicated his whole life to raising his son Uri. They live together in a gentle routine, far from the real world. But Uri is autistic and is now adult enough to go to a specialized home. On his way to the institution, Aharon decides to run away with his son and they hit the road, knowing that Uri is not ready for the separation. Though perhaps it is the father who is not ready.

Aharon has devoted his entire life to raising his son Uri. They live together in a gentle routine, far from the real world. But Uri is autistic and is now adult enough to go to a specialized home. On his way to the institution, Aharon decides to run away with his son and they hit the road, knowing that Uri is not ready for the separation. Though perhaps it is the father who is not ready.

Aharon has devoted his entire life to raising his son Uri. They live together in a gentle routine, far from the real world. But Uri is autistic and is now adult enough to go to a specialized home. On his way to the institution, Aharon decides to run away with his son and they hit the road, knowing that Uri is not ready for the separation. Although perhaps it is the father who is not ready.

dream alcalá

In a post-apocalyptic landfill, where there is a small pool of water, four individuals relearn to communicate with each other, reusing the different objects they find in that immense dump, which remind us of a past civilization, our own.

As in the beginning of our civilization, the most ancestral and primitive instruments were percussion instruments, in the same way, our survivors will use percussion to communicate, recycling with ingenuity a new unknown and surprising sound world, and where humor becomes the best weapon to recreate bonds such as friendship, compassion and perhaps, a better world.

In a post-apocalyptic landfill, where there is a small pool of water, four individuals relearn to communicate with each other, reusing the different objects they find in that immense dump, which remind us of a past civilization, our own.

As in the beginning of our civilization, the most ancestral and primitive instruments were percussion instruments, in the same way, our survivors will use percussion to communicate, recycling with ingenuity a new unknown and surprising sound world, and where humor becomes the best weapon to recreate bonds such as friendship, compassion and perhaps, a better world.

festivities alcalá de henares 2021

This exhibition presents a series of photographs of actors portrayed by the photographer Óscar Fernández Orengo, which is his second approach to the world of cinema after a first incursion with a series of portraits of directors, a project that is also touring the network of the Cervantes Institute. With ‘La escena cotidiana’, the photographer captures a series of moments of the actor’s intimacy, where the person or the character plays with a reality that they have preferred to show in each session, the fictitious or the real, giving the viewer a suggestive result.

Beginning of the most ambitious and personal project of Óscar Fernández Orengo, who gathered the first forty-nine portraits of this work in progress. In them, he reveals the appearance -and also the soul- of very different filmmakers of our recent cinematography. The panoramic format -uncommon in portraiture and almost always relegated to landscape photography-, a very personal look at the filmmaker and the cinema, the use of non-digital techniques, and black and white, give this exhibition its own personality. The exhibition, first seen at ALCINE in 2007, has traveled around the world thanks to the Cervantes Institute, co-producer of the show with ALCINE.

classics in alcalá

This exhibition presents a series of photographs of actors portrayed by photographer Óscar Fernández Orengo, and represents his second approach to the world of cinema after a first incursion with a series of portraits of directors, a project that is also touring the network of the Cervantes Institute. With ‘La escena cotidiana’, the photographer captures a series of moments of the actor’s intimacy, where the person or the character plays with a reality that they have preferred to show in each session, the fictitious or the real, giving the viewer a suggestive result.

Beginning of the most ambitious and personal project of Óscar Fernández Orengo, who gathered the first forty-nine portraits of this work in progress. In them, he reveals the appearance -and also the soul- of very different filmmakers of our recent cinematography. The panoramic format -uncommon in portraiture and almost always relegated to landscape photography-, a very personal look at the filmmaker and the cinema, the use of non-digital techniques, and black and white, give this exhibition its own personality. The exhibition, first seen at ALCINE in 2007, has traveled around the world thanks to the Cervantes Institute, co-producer of the show with ALCINE.

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