PAUL TARRAGÓ, born in 1962 in Essex, teaches at the University of the Arts in London. His experimental films and metafictions on video and celluloid have been shown worldwide at film festivals and in galleries. He is a member of the Exploding Cinema collective in London.
Selected festivals and exhibitions: International Film Festival, Rotterdam, EMAF, Osnabrück, National Review of Live Art, Triangle France, Brooklyn Museum of Art and ICA London.
Selected films: Resident of Earth (2004), Making Things Meaningful (2003) and How We Make Our Films (2002).
Kino der Kunst 2020
GBR 2019, SUPER 8, 7’, ENGLISCH/ENGLISH
STIMME/VOICE: Alex Elmsley
MUSIC & SOUND: Torrie Zito, Pyrolator, Paul Tarragó
DEUTSCHE PREMIERE/GERMAN PREMIERE
“The action changes, but the rhythm is the same.” A metafiction wittily annotated by the filmmaker from off screen. Stop-motion experiments result in simple film tricks all created directly in a Super 8 camera. A humorous homage to the fascinating magic of the pre-digital era.