Barcelona in 48 Hours

Barcelona in 48 Hours

Synopsis

“Barcelona in 48 Hours” is both an impressionistic portrait of a contemporary dance artist and a meditation on movement of the body. Shot in two days in a Barcelona that few people know, this is a film about movement made almost entirely of black-and-white photographs. The film centers on David Zambrano—originally from Venezuela and now living in Amsterdam—who travels non-stop in his career as a choreographer, teacher and dancer. We see a poetic snapshot of his life and work: the creative process, dancing, dealing with immigration police, dreams and daily life.

More info is available at the Barcelona in 48 Hours website.

Credits


produced and directed by
Anja Hitzenberger and Edward Ratliff

shot on location in
Barcelona and New York City

starring
David Zambrano & Mat Voorter

photography
Anja Hitzenberger

super 8
Anja Hitzenberger and Edward Ratliff

music
Edward Ratliff

editor
Allison Raskind

sound
Chris Kelly / Good and Evil

running time: 27:00

copyright 2002

Land Salzburg