|Burnt Oranges. Documentary essay. 90 minutes. 2005|
Burnt Oranges is in the Official Selection of the Sydney Latin American film Festival, Australia, and will be screened on Sunday the 16th of March.
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Burnt Oranges received the Aurora Platinum Best of Show award for Cultural Documentary and the Aurora Gold Award for Direction.
The Aurora Awards is a international competition designed to recognize excellence in the film and video industries. Entries included films from across the US, and abroad, such as Russia, Denmark, Hong Kong, Germany, Australia, Mexico, among others.
BURNT ORANGES is an experimental documentary, 90 minutes long, about the long-term effects and repercussions, personal and social, of Argentina's 1970's state terrorism. The film is timely. It has strong humanitarian content and establishes links between the struggles of the Argentine people, to recover social principles and communal ties, with today's necessity to defend human rights, preserve human dignity, and democratic values. [ more information ]