Patricio’s latest short-film “Close Quarters” produced by Cachalote was premiered at the Manchester International Film Festival 2020, which implemented for the first year a spin-Off of the Festival with experimental film on focus, during the duration of the Festival.
“Close Quarters” was given the BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM award in the closing ceremony Sunday the 15th at the ODEON CINEMA in Manchester.
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