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Interview: Pedro González-Rubio

published on 21 December 2011

'I think I am part of a moment in our history, and my work probably will disappear.' Filmmaker Pedro González-Rubio speaks about the advancement of Mexican cinema, his film Alamar (2009), placing himself amongst his contemporaries.

'I think I am part of a moment in our history, and my work probably will disappear.' Filmmaker Pedro González-Rubio speaks about the advancement of Mexican cinema, his film Alamar (2009), placing himself amongst his contemporaries.

Interview by:
Guest:
Pedro González-Rubio
Art Direction:
Research, Edit and Camera:
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Special thanks to:
Lyman Carter, Pauline Moss and Julien Bidet, and all at the Marrakech International Film Festival

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