Oscuros Rinocerontes Enjaulados

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Oscuros Rinocerontes Enjaulados
Directed by Juan Carlos Cremata
Release date
  • 1990 (1990)
Country Cuba
Language Spanish

Oscuros Rinocerontes Enjaulados is a 1990 short Cuban film.

Description[edit]

Using a broad range of experimental techniques, the film takes on some of the giants of absurdist and surreal filmmaking. Made by a graduate of the first generation of students from the film school at San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba, this black and white parody of bureaucracy in Cuba features a cleaning woman who discovers that her boss is making obscene phone calls. The film was directed by Juan Carlos Cremata, then a Cuban student at the EICTV (International Film School of San Antonio de los Baños). The short made the festival rounds winning several awards and is now considered a Latinamerican Classic.

Awards[edit]

  • Gran Premio "El Chicuelo". IV Festival de Cine Joven, La Habana, Cuba
  • Premio "Saúl Yelín" de la Federación Nacional de Cine Clubes de Cuba. 1990.
  • Premio "Yara". Centro Cinematográfico. La Habana, 1990.
  • Grand Prize EISENSTEIN at the Wilhelmshaven International Film Festival, Germany, 1992.
  • Archived at Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), 1996.

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