Romeo and Julieta
Jesus de Buenos Aires
A film with no beginning or end. The original piece was shot and projected as a silent loop in the theater it was filmed in.
An editing and animation collaboration with artist Osvaldo Romberg, the film Romeo y Julieta revisits the tale of Romeo and Juliette attempting to make use of the absurd and the figure of Charlie Chaplin to demystify Romeo and the romantic ideal. Excerpt below.
A second collaboration with artist Osvaldo Romberg,
Jesus of Buenos Aires, is an alternative narrative of the life of Jesus that uses tango to narrate the passion of the Christ. The disappearance of Jesus prefigures his implied return as the revolutionary Che Guevara. Excerpt below.