Roberto Ariganello was a passionate believer in the importance of independent film. Working in a variety of styles and genres, he experimented with narrative and documentary form, playfully exploring the use of appropriated imagery and the relationship between sound and picture. His solo and collaborative films offer humorous and thoughtful alternatives to the conventions of mainstream media and consumer culture.
Study guide includes an essay by James Missen.
1) Yesterday’s Wine
3) Non-Zymase Pentathlon
Roberto Ariganello (Artist Spotlight Series)
Roberto Ariganello, Federico Hidalgo, Chris Gehman
Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre