Some “tiles” from the sidewalks of Buenos Aires quietly remind us of the existence of missing’s and murdered’s militants by the State Terrorism. They are a gesture of memory made by sectors of our society that resist the double death. In these places, life goes on as usual and the oblivition make their work. Several scenes in the streets of Buenos Aires process the past and the present.
Carmen Guarini is a filmmaker and anthropologist. She received her doctorate in Film Studies from the University of Nanterre, France, specializing in Anthropological Cinema under the direction of Jean Rouch (1988). She is a CONICET Researcher and a professor at the University of Buenos Aires. In 1986, together with Marcelo Céspedes, she founded Cine Ojo, the most important production company in Argentina exclusively dedicated to the creation of documentary film. In 2001, they created the Doc Buenos Aires Forum for Documentary Production.