Evoking the horses of the early days of the moving image, the experiment often regarded as the embryonic stage of cinema, the film imagines a dystopian future where an entire world has been created by artificial intelligence. Everything audible and visible exists thanks to the tools of intelligent and perhaps even conscious machines. Could these be the newest forms of mass manipulation of reality, developed by the “brilliant” scientific minds of the fourth industrial revolution? (M.M.)
Arthur B. Senra
Arthur B. Senra is Brazilian. He studied Film and Video and has a specialization degree in Creative Processes in Words and Image. He is a director of short films, music videos, professor of audiovisual workshops, and also collaborated on several film projects. His works have been featured in national and international festivals. From 2016 to 2018 he was curator and programmer of the Sesc Palladium movie theater in Belo Horizonte. He teaches at the Federal Institute of Brasília.