Guillermo G.Peydró

Born in Madrid, 1981

Filmmaker and art historian, he has been the programmer at Greenpoint Film Festival (Brooklyn, Nueva York). He is now finishing his Ph. D. at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía with a thesis on “film-essay on Art”, where he studies the varieties of critical dialogue between cinema and the visual arts since the early XX Century, as well as its aesthetic, academic and political applications.

His films are based on the second degree re-reading of images from the past, be them from Art of personal memory, but also on images from the present. His first two essay-films on art, The Guernica Variations and The Imaginary Garden, denounce of the use of violence against civilians and its opposite: a reflection upon European culture and creativity. Both were released in the official section of the Documenta Madrid 2012 festival, and have been shown in theatres, museums, universities and cultural centres in Europe, North America and Latin America.

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