Videopoem of Zazil Collins. "Millions of years ago, six pair of siblings left us the wind, a boiling suspension towards Sipofene."

  • Zazil Collins
  • Zazil Collins
  • Andrea Grain Hayton
  • Juan Carlos Gutiérrez Mejía
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  • Sandra Vázquez
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  • Glenda Lizárraga
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  • Alejandra Espino
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  • Jesús Iglesias
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  • Julián Equihua
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  • Rafael Lima
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  • María Cristina Hall
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  • Israel Ramírez
  • Andrea Grain Hayton
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    3 minutes 5 seconds
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    April 30, 2016
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    100 USD
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  • Mexico
Director Biography - Zazil Collins

Zazil Alaíde Collins (Mexico, 1984) Between periods and comas, poet with teponaztli; radio DJ and cloud hunter, Text-worker; presenter, scriptwriter and music writer for various media. She has published four books of poetry: "Junkie de nada" (2009), "No todas las islas" (2012; Poetry State Winner Ciudad de La Paz at 2011), “El corazón, tan cerca de la boca (2014) and “Sipofene” (2016).

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Director Statement

"No doubt (whether it is obvious or not), I earnestly look to nourish myself from rhythm and sincerity. I get the rhythm form works like "Crisantempo" by Haroldo de Campos, "How to write" by Gertrude Stein, "Los motivos del son" by Guillén, "In the Room of Never Grieve" by Anne Waldman, and sincerity, from the pens of writers like Wislawa Szymborska, Ángel González, Rafael Alberti, Antonio Tabucchi, Saul Bellow, António Lobo Antunes, Guillermo Cabrera Infante, Antonin Artaud... James Joyce, Vallejo, Machado or Georges Bataille. Honestly, other important references for me are the (musical and literary) works of Violeta Parra, Chico Buarque, Arnaldo Antunes, Arcadio Hidalgo, El Negro Ojeda and many more musicians and lyricists who create from the oral tradition of literature."