Fernando Boto was born in Buenos Aires and currently lives in Berlin. The hushed music is his first feature length documentary film. He directed shorts, and worked as both video and sound editor. Currently he works as freelance camera in Berlin and in his new film project.
Moraga (2009, 14 min) (dir: Fernando Boto, Juan Hendel, Lucas Riselli)
La música callada (The hushed music) (2012, 61 min)
Cape Horn (2013, 15 min)
La música callada (Orig.) / 2012 / Argentina / 61 min
Diego and David are the only two monks of byzantine rite in South America. They live in an isolated area of Argentina. Painting icons, baking their own bread, translation of sacred text and the singing of byzantine liturgy are their daily life activities, surrounded by the hushed music of the landscape.