Everything That Is Forgotten in an Instant

Direction
Year 
2020
Country
  • Argentina 
Runtime
72min 
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Everything that is forgotten in an instant (Todo lo que se olvida en un instante) is a documentary essay on the construction of identity, and in particular the American identity. Woven from black and white 16mm images that the filmmaker filmed over the past 16 years after moving to Buenos Aires – workers rebuilding a sandbox in a plaza, marches and protests, the city seen from the window of a bus, family life –, and interviews that he recorded with his father in Hi8 video in the Lower East Side of New York, where he grew up during the Great Depression, the documentary aims to construct a bridge between the filmmaker’s two worlds: Argentine and the United States, Buenos Aires and New York.


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  • Original Title
    Everything That Is Forgotten in an Instant
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Richard Shpuntoff
  • Cast
    Guillermo Saavedra, Miranda Svirsky, Jenny Goldstein, Don Bodie, Harry Tzvi Shpuntoff, Sara Shpuntoff Llobet, Rachel Shpuntoff Llobet, Valeria Llobet
  • Cinematography
    Richard Shpuntoff
  • Editing
    Richard Shpuntoff
  • Sound
    Luciana Foglio
  • Runtime
    72 min (46-90 min.)
  • Year
    2020
  • Country
    • Argentina
  • Format
    • Colour
    • Black & White
  • Festivals
    • FIDMarseille
    • Sheffield DocFest
    • DOK Leipzig
    • MoMA Doc Fortnight
    • Black Canvas FCC

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