Verónica Ibarra

Born in Madrid, 1973

She studied Fine Arts at the prestigious Slade School of Fine Art en Londres. As her bachelor thesis, Verónica shoots La existencia incierta, her second fiction short film and the one she still considers her best work. In early 2009, and after working on different scripts, Verónica gets ahold of a Bolex 16 mm camera and wanders into the English woods to shoot in black and white visual poems of romantic landscapes and turn them into the expression of internal landscapes.

She also sets up a small lab film at home and starts developing the film herself. Cahiers du Cinéma reflects this on its pages. The product of these experiments is Anatidae, from 2012, a minimalistic non narrative poem whose images of waves breaking against cliffs and ducks swimming in a lake aspire to take the viewer to a serenity inspired by Zen. Anatidae has been nominated at the Underwire Film Festival in London 2012.

Anatidae, 2012

16 mm trasferred to video HD, black and white, 4’

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