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65th San Sebastian Film Festival
22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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Nömadak Tx
Zabaltegi Special Screenings
Nömadak Tx

The Txalaparta is a unique musical instrument. Although played by two people, the music emerging from the encounter belongs to neither of them, but to the fact of having met and exchanged dialogue. Nömadak Tx shows the desire of two musicians to convert the Txalaparta into a meeting point, not only between two beings, but between cultures. This quest drove our protagonists to travel to remote places in search of sounds and voices. They lived with the Adivasis - Indian outcasts - with the Samis in Lapland, with the inhabitants of the Mongolian Steppes and with the Saharauis. Each encounter is unique; a source of surprises and extraordinary experiences.
Ten years ago, the director and producer Pablo Iraburu opened the doors of the documentary world to him, since when they have worked hand in hand on numerous projects, including Nömadak Tx. He has made documentaries all over the world, particularly Janavak, about travelling artists in India, Distrito Cinco, a tale of survival in a San Francisco neighbourhood, Volar, a visual metaphor on the freedom and flight of birds, and 373 años de son, a portrait of the Nueva Trova Santiaguera.
Raúl de la Fuente Zuzendarikideak / Co-directors / Codirectores: Pablo Iraburu, Harkaitz Martínez de San Vicente, Igor Otxoa
Raúl de la Fuente, Pablo Iraburu, Harkaitz Martínez de San Vicente, Igor Otxoa
Raúl de la Fuente
Raúl de la Fuente
Harkaitz Martínez de San Vicente
Running Time
90 m.
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