International Documentary

Country: Costa Rica, United States
Year: 2022
Language: Spanish
Subtitles: English
Runtime: 14 mins.

In Costa Rica there are no street addresses. They may exist in some government office, but the people have steadily resisted any effort to develop a centralized system. Instead, an address contains a series of directions in reference to various landmarks. In this film, a Costa Rican woman who has always felt a pressing anxiety by this lack of order tries to understand its origins. In doing so she discovers a larger story about human memory and place.

Maria Luisa Santos, Carlo Nasisse

Nassie's projects are focused on regional culture and ecology, while Santos addresses immigration, personal loss, and family. Their work has been featured in The New Yorker, SXSW and PBS, among others.

Director: Maria Luisa Santos, Carlo Nasisse
Cinematography: Carlo Nasisse
Production: Natalia Quesada Amador
Screenplay: Carlo Nasisse, Maria Luisa Santos
Editing: María Luisa Santos
Music: William Maxwell
Sound: Carlos E Aguilar Herrera
contacto: carlonasisse@gmail.com


14:00 (Horario CST)
Teatro Estudio

San Miguel de Allende
11:00 (Horario CST)
Teatro Santa Ana