An unpublished tale by Raoul Ruiz.
A nine-year-old aviator is part of a series of stories written by Raul Ruiz in the 70's for his wife Valeria Sarmiento. He would gift her everyday with a different story and a home made dinner. This is once a again a testament to Ruiz's formidable creative range, illustrated by Camila Mora-Scheihing.
Camila Mora-Scheihing is a multidisciplinary artist started her acting career with Raul Ruiz as a child in "The Territory". Growing up with Ruiz as family and a mentor, she continued to regularly work with him on short films, radio and feature films such as "Genealogy of a Crime". After working as a director and directing a documentary "The Drift", she then studied at the Royal College of Art in London as a way of cementing her artist career. Her artwork continues to be shown in the United Kingdom and internationally.
Raoul Ruiz (1941 – 2011) is a Chilean filmmaker
, theater director and writer. A key figure of the New Latin American Cinema, politically engaged, he was forced to exile after Pinochet's coup d'etat in 1973. His work features over 100 films such as Tres tristes tigres
(1968), Palomita blanca
(2006) and Mysteries of Lisbon