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  1. A quem se lhe conte... (avance)

    A film by Alberte Pagán.

    This is a trailer of the 67' film, which was premiered in the MARCO museum (Vigo, Galiza) as a two-screen installation.

    More info: albertepagan.eu/cinema/filmografia/a-quem-se-lhe-conte/

  2. A quem se lhe conte... (Alberte Pagán, 2011)

    In November 2002 the oil tanker Prestige was wrecked off the coast of Galiza causing a black tide that covered in tar one thousand kilometres of beaches and rocks. The incompetence of the government, who indirectly provoked the spillage and were unable to handle it, was the trigger which sparked a wave of indignation and the biggest ever popular demonstrations in Galiza. Under the motto Never Again the Galizan citizenry, traditionally submissive to power, rose up against the ruling class: the vassals rebelled against their lords because the lords failed to comply with their duty to defend their vassals. Thus the medieval bonds between power and subjects were broken, albeit temporally. The opposition parties, afraid of the continuation and/or radicalization of the movement, and facing an election they aspired to win, did all they could to soften and defuse the popular protests.

    What is left of all this? Some physical and psychological, individual and collective remains here and there. A quem se lhe conte… has no text (besides some graffiti and signs) because the images must speak for themselves. Landscape is the repository of history (and of the story) in various degrees. We have the immediate image (tar on rocks) and we also have the faded graffiti on the walls that tell us about past events. And we also have the cleaning squads, with their double function: as cleaning volunteers, independent of power, and as a symbol of popular indignation and political activism. The cleaning squads are simultaneously an image of the ecological catastrophe (perhaps the most recognizable icon of those black months) and a consequence of previous events (the oil spillage). A quem se lhe conte… is a film on the footprints of history in reality: tar on the rocks, faded graffiti on the walls; reality as a palimpsest.

    More info: albertepagan.eu/cinema/filmografia/a-quem-se-lhe-conte/

  3. A quem se lhe conte... (double screen) (Alberte Pagán, 2011)

    What is left of all this? Some physical and psychological, individual and collective remains here and there. A quem se lhe conte… has no text (besides some graffiti and signs) because the images must speak for themselves. Landscape is the repository of history (and of the story) in various degrees. We have the immediate image (tar on rocks) and we also have the faded graffiti on the walls that tell us about past events. And we also have the cleaning squads, with their double function: as cleaning volunteers, independent of power, and as a symbol of popular indignation and political activism. The cleaning squads are simultaneously an image of the ecological catastrophe (perhaps the most recognizable icon of those black months) and a consequence of previous events (the oil spillage). A quem se lhe conte… is a film on the footprints of history in reality: tar on the rocks, faded graffiti on the walls; reality as a palimpsest.

    More info: albertepagan.eu/cinema/filmografia/a-quem-se-lhe-conte/

  4. Urgent Film for Palestine (Arabic, English subtitles) (2012)

    This is the anti Description d'un combat, Chris Marker's sionist film.
    More info: albertepagan.eu/cinema/filmografia/palestina/

  5. Película urgente por Palestina (español) (2012)

    Esta es la anti-Description d'un combat, la película sionista de Chris Marker.
    More info: albertepagan.eu/cinema/filmografia/palestina/

  6. Película urgente por Palestina (galego) (2012)

    Esta é a anti-Description d'un combat, a película sionista de Chris Marker.
    More info: albertepagan.eu/cinema/filmografia/palestina/