Iván Z (2004, short doc), Paralelo 10 (2005, short doc), Landscapes in a Truck (2006, short doc), La constelación Bartleby/Bartleby’s Constellation (2007, short), Life Between Worlds Not in Fixed Reality (2008, short doc), All You Zombies (2008, short doc), No es la imagen es el objeto (2009, short), Color perro que huye/Color Runaway Dog (2011, doc), Ensayo final para utopia/Dress Rehearsels for Utopia (2012, doc), First Symptoms (2015, doc), Oleg y las raras artes/Oleg and Strange Arts (2016, doc), Carelia: Internacional con monumento/Karelia: International with Monument (2019, doc)
More info: Andrés Duque
Andrés Duque at IFFR
Color perro que huye
The Venezuelan-born maker edited shots of friends, of wanderings around the city of Barcelona where he lives and the journey to his chaotic, colourful native country into a complex film. An intimate travel diary film, but also as absurd and miraculous as a painting by Hieronymous Bosch.
Dress Rehearsal for Utopia
The filmmaker, whose personal essay/experimental travel journal Color Runaway Dog was screened at IFFR last year, once again links autobiographic drama and general, politico-cultural concepts. It all starts with a trip to Mozambique to seek film material shot there.
Oleg y las raras artes
The legendary Oleg Nikolaevitch Karavaychuk is the mysterious and moving subject of this loving film by the young director Duque. He was moved by the music the pianist composed for a film by Kira Muratova and is the first foreigner to win the trust of the eccentric and still active 89-year-old Russian.
Carelia: Internacional con monumento
Trauma, culture and politics in Russian Karelia, where we hear echos of Pan, god of nature, and panic.