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Become a Stall Holder  //  Hacerme Feriante (Orig.)

DIR: Julián d´Angiolillo
2010 / Argentina / 93 min

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La Salada is a group of fairs specializing in textiles which is located outside the city of Buenos Aires, above the ruins of old popular seaside resorts. Twice a week, at daybreak, the fair activates a powerful non-hegemonic economy through an endless amount of home-based manufacturers that supply all the wholesalers that come from all around the country. The stallholders have built with creativity and with a multitudinous system for those who can´t find in the regular city what is offered by La Salada, establishing their own laws and forcing the government to come to negotiate. Thanks to the judicial pressure on the city hall to clean the pollution from the Riachuelo River (where the most parlous fair is located), it has accelerated a process of transformation of the land that will produce an unexpected negotiation between the government and the fair.

About

Director Julián d´Angiolillo
Screenplay Julián d'Angiolillo
Dir. of Photography Matías Iaccarino, Julián d'Angiolillo
Editing Lautaro Colace
Music
Sound Pablo Chimenti, Hernán Kerlleñevich
Duration 93 min
Year 2010
Country Argentina
Colour Colour
Tags business, economic, observational, poetic, social issues
Production Magoya Films, Julián d'Angiolillo
Magoya Films, Julián d'Angiolillo
Country:  Argentina

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Festivals

BAFICI 2010 – Ficha del ...

BAFICI 2010 – Ficha del Film - Castellano


BAFICI 2010 – Film Details - English


Festival Ciudades Paralelas - Fundación Proa


Malba Cine - Film del mes LXII


Black Movie Festival, Geneve - Suiza


Rencontres de cinema latinoamericain, Pessac - France


Argentinische Filmtage Leipzig 2011


Other Markets Research Project

Awards

Premio SUR 2011 al ...

Premio SUR 2011 al Mejor Documental - Academia de Cine Argentina


FIDOCS Santiago de Chile 2011 - Premio Especial del Jurado


MARFICI Mar del Plata 2011 - Premio Especial del Jurado


Festival Global On line - Mejor Dirección Documental


Tandil Cine 2010 - Premio a Mejor Dirección Documentales


Tucumán Cine 2010 – Premio Metrovisión a la Imagen Digital


Review Variety, por Jonathan Holland


Stand still while we rip you off, por Julio Nakamurakare (Bs As Herald)


Sobre el trabajo, por Rafael Spregelburd (Perfil)


Cash, por Claudio Iglesias (Radar)


Blog Fotografías, por Andrés Di Tella


Sin exceso de explicaciones, por Horacio Bernades (Página 12)


Presente encendido, por Marcos Vieytes (El Amante)



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