Roger Koza In early April, I paid a visit at Raul Perrone’s home. I’d already avoided some of his invitations before and I had two reasons to do so; the time-consuming journey from Buenos Aires to Ituzaingó—though the actual distance is not that long, it’s only 22 miles away—and keeping a respectful distance from filmmakers […]
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VIENNALE 2015 (02): THE MAN FROM ITUZAINGÓ: THE CINEMA OF RAÚL PERRONE
SHORT REVIEWS (12): P3ND3JO5 / MES FICUNAM 2014 (06): MATERIAL VIRGINS
P3nd3jo5, Raúl Perrone, Argentina, 2013 By Raúl Perrone What is a cumbiópera? (1) It is a heterodox fusion of two musical genres with just one thing in common —the twelve notes of the musical scale. The result is magnificent, with the electronic intervention of DJs following the lead of Perrone’s mixture between Puccini, cumbia, sounds […]