Additionally a dancer, he premieres a documentary known as “The 12 months with out time”, on the YouTube channel of the Nationwide College of San Martín.
“The best way to go from choreographer to movie director”: roughly that is how it’s described in the meanwhile Federico Fontán in regards to the documentary The 12 months with out time, which stars within the Dance Firm of the Nationwide College of San Martín (UNSAM) and opens this December 3.
Fontán’s journey till immediately is undeniably that of a dancer and choreographer: He was educated on the San Martín Dance Workshop and from 2014 he created with Rodrigo Cortez a sequence of marvelous works -one of them specifically mounted for the UNA Dance Firm-, a number of of which additionally they carried out collectively. For its half, the UNSAM Dance Firm, which Oscar Araiz led for eight years, presently has David Señorán as its director and he was the one who proposed Federico, the quarantine already begun, a brief piece, remotely mounted, to maintain the corporate going.
-What was the preliminary thought?
-Señorán needed a brief video, a brief piece of about fifteen minutes; I known as Candelaria Frías, playwright and dancer, and Julieta Ciochi as an assistant to place collectively a staff. The primary concepts that I proposed to the dancers have been quite simple: “Let’s put parts of nature inside the home and take parts of the home into nature”. However sure issues began to occur: for instance, Irupé’s father, one of many dancers, bought right into a rehearsal and started to speak about his daughter, how she went to dwell in Buenos Aires, and so forth; different sudden conditions appeared and at one level Candelaria informed me: “Do you understand that we’re making a documentary? Is not this a fifteen-minute video with individuals dancing a bit? ” So we sit down to consider the little intimacies of every one on this specific circumstance.
-What occurred to be the concept? Register the intimacy of the dancers as such or as individuals of their each day lives?
-Each. In precept, it was a director asking for issues on which difficulties appeared: “I do not know movie myself”, “I haven’t got a digital camera”, “I haven’t got anybody to movie me”, “I can not exit”, “I am ashamed to do such a factor”. All the things that occurs when you’re creating was constructing some tales. In attempting to rehearse we additionally noticed how dance was traversed by all this. And the way little characters appeared.
-Within the sense of fictional characters?
-I inform you characters within the sense that even if you’re your self, if you go to the display screen or a ebook you might be not precisely your self. On what appeared, we requested for different issues with completely different variants. For instance, Irupé, who’s presently within the province of Corrientes, I requested him to exit to ax within the mountains. I requested one other lady to be inspired to get muddy; I additionally requested them to run down the road or two of the boys strolling out in excessive heels. They by no means did; I ended up doing it myself and that was the start of a sequence of seduction dances that we positioned on the finish. Truly, the gender of A 12 months with out time It’s one thing that’s carried out loads now: documentation. At one level the query had been raised about what it’s to be authentic and from there we included a dialog with my father, who’s a filmmaker. What had been thought in the beginning, a piece that might finally change into face-to-face, ended up being one thing else: The 12 months with out time it is a film, it may by no means match a stage.
-Do you’ve gotten music?
Sure, it’s composed by Jiva Velázquez, a dancer from Colón and there are additionally fragments of classical items.
-Do you’ve gotten a face-to-face undertaking for when all this occurs?
-Sure, I hope I can do it in February or March in a room. It’s a work for 4 interpreters, all of my college students; In different phrases, it was a really particular casting that was put collectively alone: there’s a male, an engineer, who has been dancing for eight months; a dancer from Colón, Natalia Pelayo; Candelaria Frías herself, and a dancer who studied in Cuba.
-Going again to docu-fiction, have been the issues that appeared have been placing collectively the script?
Sure. I discovered how step-by-step creation can shock you; From the record of concepts that we had written down in the beginning, there was nothing left; or was left, however very remodeled. It is about wanting, dismissing if you see one thing not working and permitting one thing new to unfold.
A 12 months with out time It may be seen from 7 pm on Thursday, December 3 on the YouTube channel: InstitutodeartesUNSAM.