Color perro que huye
Spain, 2010 - 70'
A mosaic movie made of pieces and sensations that discovers the world of Andrés Duque, one of the most singular filmmakers in the Spanish language.
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Andrés Duque is a Spanish filmmaker born in Caracas, Venezuela (1972). His work stands on the periphery of Spanish non-fiction and has a strong essayistic or documentary slant. His debut film, Iván Z, is a study of cult filmmaker Iván Zulueta. In 2011 he made his first full-length feature, Color perro que huye, which premiered at the Rotterdam International Film Festival and won the Audience’s Prize at the “Punto de Vista” International Documentary Film Festival of Navarra. The following year he was an invited artist at the Flaherty Seminar in New York. His film Ensayo final para utopía won the City of Barcelona Prize in 2013, while the later Oleg y las raras artes (2016), a portrait of composer and pianist Oleg Nikolaevich Karavaichuk, has received numerous awards. In 2018 he began a two-part project on the Karelia region, filming in Russia and in Finland.
Works: Iván Z (2004), Paralelo 10 (2005), Landscapes in a Truck (2006), La constelación Bartleby (2007), Life Between Worlds Not in Fixed Reality (2008), All You Zombies (2008), No es la imagen es el objeto (2009), Color perro que huye (2011), Ensayo final para utopía (2012), Primeros síntomas (2015), Las manos de Nastasia (2015), Una película recordada (2015), Oleg y las raras artes (2016), Carelia: Internacional con monumento (2018).