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The Future Document- topography, autobiographical fiction and the attempt to document the future. A conversation with self-taught Mexican documentary filmmaker Tin Dirdamal; fragments of his current projects, creative processes and doubts.

Tin’s work includes: DeNADIE (2005), RIVERS OF MEN (2011), and DEATH IN ARIZONA (2014). Born in the North of Mexico, Tin seeks to find contradiction  in contemporary virtue. A self-taught filmmaker with studies in physics and engineering he has received a Rockefeller Media Artists Fellowship thru the Tribeca Film Institute and grants from the  Sundance Institute and AlterCine Foundation.

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Tin’s work includes: DeNADIE (2005), RIVERS OF MEN (2011), and DEATH IN ARIZONA (2014). Born in the North of Mexico, Tin seeks to find contradiction  in contemporary virtue. A self-taught filmmaker with studies in physics and engineering he has received a Rockefeller Media Artists Fellowship thru the Tribeca Film Institute and grants from the  Sundance Institute and AlterCine Foundation.

His films have received awards at more than a dozen International Film Festivals including the Sundance Film Festival, Documenta Madrid and a Mexican Academy Award. He has shown his work at IDFA, Visions du Reel, La Mostra de Sao Paolo, Punto de Vista in Navarra, Spain and  on ARTE. All his films have achieved theatrical distribution in Mexico thru Ambulante.

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