MeM#9 —23) Stay if You Can / Go If You Mustde Elysa Wendi from Movimiento en Movimiento on Vimeo.
Gastón and Laura are two brothers who live in a house inherited by their family. They live together in the solitude of an immense house, full of fortunes and heavy memories. Opening drawers and objects from the past, Laura discovers murmurs coming from there. Both brothers decide to close the doors of the house where the sounds come from, and isolate themselves in the safe rooms. Everyday life seems to continue, until secrets spread more and more and inhabit everywhere. Tension grows inside the house, while outside, the popular masses demand justice, in favor of the unprotected and against the country’s bourgeoisie.
Laura and Gastón dance frantically with mechanical movements trying to free themselves from the past and the structures that make them up.
Both brothers flee the house, leaving the space empty and with their memories inside.
Script and Direction: Martina Faux Marambio
Executive Production: Surcos Del Viento And Compañía Danza Viva
Assistant Director and Head of Production: Natalia Zamar
Production Assistant: Leonardo Martinatto
Director of Photography: Andrés Grabois
Gaffer: Pablo Carnicero
Camera Operator: Agustín Ottonelli
Camera Assistant: Adriana Ramírez
Sound Director: Juan Manuel Yeri Racig
Art Direction: Mara Arrieta
Costumes and Makeup: Romina Soria
Choreography and Choreographic Direction: Cristina Gómez Comini
Cast: Laura Fonseca and Gastón Palermo
Original Music: Guillermo Ceballos
Editing: Martina Faux Marambio
Color Post Production: Gonzalo Greco
Sound Post Production: Flame Sound
MARTINA FAUX MARAMBIO
Martina Faux, Argentina (1987). She is National Professor of classical dances and Lic. in Cinema and Television by Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. She forms the company Surcos del Viento (2013), and with the company she makes short films, tv series and a documentary feature film. She ventures into the field of screendance mixing her two passions. She currently performs these film dance projects: “Sembrando Fuegos”; “Una serie danzada”; “La herencia Invisible” y “Bailar el Duelo”.
Interview to Martina Faux, talking about her creative experience. Filmed via long distance computer call: SKYPE.