Salomé Lamas 8'- 2015 Salomé Lamas places documentary cinema in its broader context of ethnography, history, the work of memory and fiction. In her essay, Parafiction (Selected Works), composed of images and synopses of her films, Salomé Lamas places her cinema in the perspective of a generalised infrathin that she calls parafiction that is at work in her films. The between is a non-place and a non-temporality that the film can inhabit to fix the suspended moment, as in A Torre. The long takes in the film A Torre, filmed at the entrance to a forest in central Europe, depict the mystery of a solitary walker who has decided to move from the top of one tree to another. Screenings: Thursday, November 7th - 5pm Sunday, November 10th - 3.30pm