In Songs of Hain, the performativity of ancient dances and ceremonies is revived and modernised by bodies and voices suppressed for centuries by their own communities and families.
Songs of Hain, directed by Federico Vladimir Strate Pezdirc and Pablo Esbert. Spain, 2017. 120'
Post-film discussion with Federico Vladimir Strate Pezdirc and Pablo Esbert, directors of Songs of Hain, and Quiela Nuc, curator of the cycle
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