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Miradas múltiples, la máquina loca / Multiple Visions (The Crazy Machine)

A film by Emilio Maillé

Mexico/France/Spain, Art/Film/Historical Documentary, 2012
95 min, 35mm/HD, Black & White
English, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese with English subtitles

This film was screened as a part of the 2014 Cine Las Americas International Film Festival (CLAIFF17)


MIRADAS MÚLTIPLES is an immersion in the iconography of Gabriel Figueroa. Few directors have created images as memorable and powerful as the ones he filmed throughout his career of over 200 films. On a visual journey through these images, the film weaves in the voices of some of the most important contemporary cinematographers: Darius Khondji, Javier Aguirresarobe, Pascal Marti, Luciano Tovoli, Eduard Grau, Anthony Dod Mantle, Ricardo Aronovich, Vittorio Storaro, Philippe Rousselot, Christopher Doyle, Giuseppe Rotunno, Hideo Yamamoto, Angel Goded, Haskell Wexler, Walter Carvalho, Jean Michel Humeau, Shoji Ueda, Gabriel Beristain, Alexis Zabe, Larry Smith, Paulo Andrés Perez, Janusz Kasminski, Raoul Coutard, Lula Carvalho, Checco Varese, Affonso Beato, César Charlone, Lauro Escorel, and Benoit Debie.

Texas Premiere

About the director

Emilio Maille wEmilio Maillé was born in Mexico City in 1963. He lived in Paris, France from 1980 to 2005 and majored in French modern literature and film studies at the University of Paris III. His first feature film ROSARIOS TIJERAS (2005) was a major box office success in Colombia. He has also directed documentaries for French, Mexican and Spanish television.


Producer: Mónica Lozano, Gustavo Angel
Production Companies: El Caimán, Alebrije, La Femme Endormie
Screenwriter: Emilio Maillé
Cinematographer: Diego Rodríguez, Jean Gabriel Leynaud
Editor: Octavio Iturbe
Sound Design: Jean Guy Veran
Music: Michael Nyman

Print Source:  Gustavo Angel, Emilio Maille,



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