WIND IN OUR HAIR
Lynne Sachs • U.S. • 2010 • 40 min.
U.S. • 2010 • 40 min.
Inspired by the stories of Argentine writer Julio Cortázar, yet blended with the realities of contemporary Argentina, the film is an experimental narrative about four girls discovering themselves through a fascination with the trains that pass by their house. A story of early-teen anticipation and disappointment, “Wind in Our Hair” is circumscribed by a period of profound Argentine political and social unrest.
Grand Prize of the City of Oberhausen
Oberhausen Film Festival. Germany
Jury’s Choice Award
Black Maria Film Festival. U.S.
FESTIVALS & SCREENINGS
Palais de Glace, Buenos Aires. Argentina
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. U.S.
Havana Film Festival. Cuba
Anthology Film Archive, New York. U.S.
Museo de Arte Moderno, Buenos Aires. Argentina