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SHORTS IN COMPETITION: STUDENT

THE ABYSS OF MAN'S CONSCIENCE (RECONOCER)

Directed by Juan Camilo González
SHORT NARRATIVE 6 Minutes New York Premiere
FILM GUIDE THE ABYSS OF MAN'S CONSCIENCE (RECONOCER)

"ReconoceR" is a palindrome word in Spanish that means "to recognize." This film is an abstract summary of the history of violence in Colombia, playing back and forth in an exercise to recognize its complexity. It is the first film within a series to be paired with the music composition "In Abyssus HumanÆ ConscientiÆ" by Colombian composer Rodolfo Acosta.

Drama
About the Director(s)
Juan Camilo González was born in Manizales, Colombia. He studied visual arts at the Javeriana University of Bogotá and earned an MFA in animation and digital arts from USC in 2011. He is the director and co-founder of the group Moebius Animacion, dedicated to exhibiting artists, films, and research around experimental animation in Latin America and Spain.
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Film Info
  • Section:
    Shorts in Competition: Student
  • Year:
    2011
  • Length:
    6 minutes
  • Language:
    No Dialogue
  • Country:
  • Premiere:
    New York
  • Connect:
Cast & Credits
  • Director:
    Juan Camilo González
  • Screenwriter:
    Juan Camilo González
  • Producer:
    Juan Camilo González, University of Southern California
  • Composer:
    Rodolfo Acosta

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