Through family archives, television fragments and the registration of the manifestations, 5 videopoems are constructed where the first month of the social outbreak occurred in Chile is reflected.
Felipe Rodríguez Cerda (Chile, 1995). He has made the documentary Los Vecinos del Abuelo
(2019), the videopoem Incidents in the Laboratory (2020) and published the poetry book Estelas de
Phosphorescent Condors (2018). He was anthologized in the publication Maraña: Panorama de
Chilean Young Poetry (Alquimia, 2019). He is currently developing his
research and film about the traditional navigation of southern Chile.
Incidents in the Laboratory obtained the mention of the jury in the Bogotá Experimental Film
Festival 2020. The book Stelas of Phosphorescent Condors has obtained several
recognitions in the literary field, including Oscar Castro Award 2017, Juvencio del
Valle 2016 and the Rural Poetry Prize Tales from our land (2019). He obtained the Scholarship of
Literary Creation, Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage (2021).