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Gods and Machines

Canadian Premiere

Gods and Machines

Santiago Sierra Soler

Mexico | 2023 | 15 min
Spanish |
Subtitles: English
Jouer Trailer
This film will be presented during the event La Nuit du court on March 16, 2024 at Concordia University.

Gods and Machines explores Mexican muralism, its cultural impact, and the allegorical representation of the Spanish conquest of the Aztec empire. A film that transcends borders, connecting people from diverse backgrounds through a shared interest in Mexican mural art and national identity.
Other festival:
Ciclope Festival, Germany (2023)
Palace of Fine Arts of Mexico City, Mexico (2023)
Director Santiago Sierra Soler
Artistic Supervision Fernanda Guerrero
Editing Rehman Nizar Ali
Sound Lime Studios Santa Monica
Cinematography Alexis Zabe
Music Ignacio Ferrarazzo

In Partnership with


• Université Concordia - H110, Pavillon Henry F. Hall
Saturday, march 16, 2024, 07:00 p.m. — 11:00 p.m.


Santiago Sierra Soler

Santiago Sierra Soler

Santiago Sierra Soler was born and raised in Mexico City. With an education in the classical arts of painting, music and performance, he pursued a career across photography, film and art direction. His portraits have a poetic grace in their simplicity. The films he directs are energetic, whilst still retaining a sense of romance. He has the ability to actualize projects across various industries and platforms, bridging the gap between fashion, beauty, branded content and entertainment.

Santiago has collaborated with numerous renowned clients and publications, including HBO, Chanel, Dior, Nike, Estée Lauder, Swarovski, Carolina Herrera, Maybelline, Diesel, i‑D, Vogue, and Interview Magazine, to name a few. Santiago is currently based between New York City and Mexico City where he is working on script-writing and his passion for animals and environmental projects.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
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