Patricio’s latest short-film “Close Quarters” produced by Cachalote will be premiered at the Manchester International Film Festival 2020, in their Spin-Off of the Festival with experimental film on focus, during the duration of the Festival.
Manchester Experimental Film Festival will be taking place across 3 venues – Saul Hay Art Gallery, Craft and Design Centre and the Holden Gallery – a selection of films will be screening at each venue giving fans of experimental film the chance to experience these films in exciting settings. No tickets needed just drop into a venue and check out the films, selection can be seen here.
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🎬Close Quarters – 📽 A woman longs for a sense of belonging in a place where she is not welcomed. The film ‘Close Quarters’ by Patricio Soto captures an imaginative and powerful multisensory performance where a group of dancers gradually emerge within a limited space. – 💫This is just one of the exciting films featuring in the Manchester Experimental Film Festival, taking place on the 9th-15th March. Admission is completely free. – #TimeForExp