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Wednesday, February 14 at 6:00 pm
Department of Cinema Studies
721 Broadway, 6th Floor
Julia Solomonoff’s third feature film is a portrait of the struggles of an Argentine actor trying to find his place in New York. The Guardian praised the film as an “acutely perceptive, achingly sad character study [that] deals in downgraded dreams and the brutal realities of trying to make it as an artist.”
Nadie nos mira (Nobody’s Watching) is the winner of Heineken Voces Development Grant at Tribeca Film Festival 2013, Proimágenes and Ibermedia Funds.
Solomonoff is a New York based Argentine filmmaker. She is the writer/director of The Last Summer of la Boyita co-produced by Almodovar’s El Deseo, Epicentre Films and Travesia, winner of over twenty international awards. Her first feature Hermanas (produced by Vanessa Ragone, Mariela Besuiesky and Walter Salles, developed at Sundance Writers’ Lab and Berlinale Talent Campus) opened at Toronto International Film Festival 2005 to critical acclaim. She is Visiting Assistant Arts Professor in Graduate Film at Tisch.
Post-screening discussion with the director moderated by Cinema Studies PhD student Tanya Goldman.
Free and open to the public.