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ENHEBRADO
 
ENHEBRADO
(THREADED)
NY Premiere

Director: Tatiana Pinzón Salavarrieta & Sandra Marcela Obando Morales

Colombia, 2014, 19min
Format: Digital
Festival Year: 2015
Category: Animation
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Cast:  Jonathan Florez, Samuel Rodríguez, Daniela Garzón,
Crew:  Screenplay: Jaime Fidalgo, Tomás Pozzi - Cinematography: Jorge Delgado, Lucas Romeoi - Editing: Dimas Llanos, Jonathan Florezi - Music: Sebastián Villanuevai - Sound: Jefferson Rosasi - Production: Tatiana Pinzón, Sandra Obandoi - Animation: Tatiana Pinzón, Sandra Obando
Email:  mailukifilmsgmail.com

synopsis
Threaded is an experimental animation which takes place in a dream that gradually turns into a nightmare. A man will go through different states of consciousness to finally reach his deepest fear. A fear caused by the loss of his son, who was taken away by a shadow being. Thus, the thread that holds this man's reality is transformed by a sinister creature who manipulates it at its own will

director
Sandra Marcela Obando Morales is a visual artist who graduated from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia. In 2011 begins participating in a series of animated projects, working as an animator and a colorist. During that same year and along the next one, she had the opportunity to be part of an animated feature called "Desterrada", making digital drawings for various scenes of the movie. In 2011, both artists decide to work together to produced their own personal project, thus, becoming the sole producers, directors and animators of the film. This project, entitled "Threaded" received an award from the Fondo para el Desarrollo Cinematográfico in the animated short category. In 2014 "Threaded" was presented as a graduating short film in the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, where it was awarded an honorable mention. To date, this short film has participated in a series of festivals, both national and international. Nowadays they are developing a new animated project which will be produced in the following year.
Tatiana Pinzón Salavarrieta Visual artist from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia. With only 25 years old she has already participated in a series of animated projects, as an animator and a colorist. In 2010, she worked in the animated short "Maquinas de Añoranzas" as a sculptural artist, constructing a set for a stopmotion animation. In that same project she also animated charcoal drawings for certain scenes of the film.


filmmaker's note
We began an exploration and a search for a way to reproduce dreams. How could we see, and feel something which barely remains in our heads? When we wake up there is no clear record of the dream we just experienced. What we are left with are fragments of scenarios, actions, feelings, awkward details or blurry situations that don´t have a logical narrative, yet, we tried to make it logical when trying to put the pieces together. This is exactly what we wanted the audience to go through. To be confronted by a disjointed narrative, and end up trying to make it logical just how we tried to interpret dreams. We don´t have a right or wrong answer for that interpretation. We give people a series of elements, symbols, atmospheres, textures, colors, which give them a wide range for them to do the exercise of finding an explanation. We interrogate them, we unsettled them, we make them wonder, think, bring their own conclusions. This is “Threaded”, a dream that plays with reality and interpretation

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