Venezuela | 2012 | 55min | Blu-ray | COLOR | Documentary
In late 2004, Daniel and Andres hit upon a weird idea while they are drinking somewhere in Venezuela. They decide to conduct a tribute performance for Pink Floyd. Not just that, they want to have an orchestra band play the accompaniment. Somehow, they embark on the wild idea and they have no choice but to keep going on when an orchestra band in Merida joins them. However, students in the down go on an anti-governmental protest and avian influenzas speard all over, so they are forced to cancel the event. Tension grows high as tracks of the famous album [The Wall] run along with the scenes of students on riot. Will they successfully hold the performance?
Sergio R. Zaurin
Since he finished his studies in Filmmaking at Septima Ars Film School in Madrid 2006, his work has been official selection in 22 short film festivals. He has worked in advertising, directing music videos, what leaded him to produce and direct musical documentaries. The last of these was Pinkfonik which maintains the humanistic and social criticism aspect of his earlier works.