The Possible Cinema: A Conversation with Maureen Fazendeiro and Miguel Gomes

The Possible Cinema: A Conversation with Maureen Fazendeiro and Miguel Gomes
It is already known to all that 2020 was the year that the earth stopped, a year of limitations and confinement. However, this does not apply to the imagination. The proof for this is The Tsugua Diaries, the “pandemic film” of the marriage formed by Maureen Fazendeiro and Miguel Gomes, a project that was born only a few months after the global emergency lockdown began.During confinement, both directors faced seeing their projects put on hold and were feeling jaded from the sensation of living a Groundhog Day existence. Still, they were unable to stop their creative instincts, so they called upon a series of friends, regular collaborators and some new faces, to embark on this minimalistic film project—the only one which was possible at the time. A kind of meta-fictional social experiment that, from an apparent naivete, seeks to portray a specific historical moment while approaching concepts such as friendship,
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