24/03/2011 13' 46''

A pioneer in the field of experimental video, Manuel Huerga is a filmmaker and television and theatre director. His television programs include "Estoc de pop" (1983-1985) and "Arsenal" (1985-1987) for TV3, and "Boing Boing Buddha" for BTV, the channel that he directed until 2003. He has directed feature films such as "Antártida" (1995) and "Salvador" (2005). In the course of his extensive career in the cultural world he has been behind exhibitions such as "Món TV" and projects like the Videoteca Informatizada de Barcelona (VIBA), which digitalises the city's audiovisual heritage.

Son[i]a talks to Manuel Huerga about his experimental origins and the role that film, art and television have played in the course of his career.

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