In recent years I have reviewed old formats such as half-inch tape. The richness found in the vintage frame led me to evoke the person of Marimar, the main character in this story. After all, Costa Rica is a place rich in shores.
However, I try to keep the courage to face the production of constant visual challenges permanently, as kind of a mantra.
It reminds me that I am a believer. I am a believer in the creative process. I believe that an ethic of audiovisual art is possible. I believe it because I wrote a Manifesto myself, a younger and more naive me. The name was "Manifesto por the Video Vacio" -"Manifesto for an Empty Video", roughly translated-. The evolution of my work would be much more difficult to understand if I had not written my principles at that time. In that text I was trying to state my current methods to approach to Dadá Films.
*What can we expect from your next film?
I am currently making a short music video. At first I thought I would do a computer algorithmic based animation, but the subject led me to make a treatment with much more texture. Now the project is a stop motion animation. However, production has been a bit slow, actually. The issue is the migration of war. I hope that when I go back to review this brief interview I have finished it.