Ernesto Baca

Ernesto Baca – Natura (2015)

Ernesto Baca was born in 1969 in Florencio Varela, in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 1997 he completed his studies in film and video CIEVYC. In 2002 he presented his first feature film “Cabeza de palo” (“Stickhead”) to 16 mm. In 2005 he completed the movie super 8 “Samoa”, which later won a grant for expansion up to 35 mm. In 2008 he introduced the film “Music for Astronauts” (“Music for Astronauts”) which was filmed in super 8 format as well and went to film festivals such as Mar del Plata, Argentina, Vision du Reel in Switzerland and Point of View in Spain. In 2009 completed a documentary short film titled “The Servant” (“The Servant”). In 2010 he came into contact with several principals and students to direct the film “String Theory” (“string theory”) that ended up producing. Read More »

Ernesto Baca – Samoa (2005)

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Ernesto Baca is an argentinian experimental filmmaker that uses a super 8 camera and a cutting room to create images and sounds as an artisan (like the work of Stan Brakhage, for example). Baca’s images often refer to a profound connection with Indian culture and religion. Read More »