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Dustin Cauchi
: The Lost Epighraph Trilogy

2 volumes
64 + 48 pages
English
Softcover, 15 x 23 cm
ISBN 9788867490936
€ 14.00

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Alessandro Castiglioni, Francesca Mangion, and Dustin Cauchi, eds.
Texts by Alessandro Castiglioni, James Corby, Nina Danino, Francesca Mangion, Mark Mangion, Manuel Vella Rago, and Dustin Cauchi.

“The Lost Epigraph Trilogy,” which is being presented in collaboration with Little Constellation Network and the Malta Arts Fund, is composed of three short films by Maltese researcher and filmmaker Dustin Cauchi (b. 1981, Malta) produced during the period 2011–2013 with a total runtime of 55mins entitled ADIEU FRIEDRICH (2012), SANT SANT (2013) & FENÊTRE FENÊTRE (2013). 
The three films are not related to each other in terms of narrative or progressive conventions, but rather share temporal characteristics: namely that of starting off at a particular, arbitrary point. This arbitrary beginning, understood as a lack of introduction that the films share, gave rise to the idea of a ’lost epigraph’. The viewer can trace and construct some of these missing elements through the development of the narrative or by drawing upon historical or biographical facts like in the case of Alfred Sant’s political and literary background, or Miriam Gauci’s fame as an international soprano, or even Jody Fiteni’s years as a front man of one of Malta’s most promising 1980s band.

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: The Lost Epighraph Trilogy

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“The Lost Epigraph Trilogy,” which is being presented in collaboration with Little Constellation Network and the Malta Arts Fund, is composed of three short films by Maltese researcher and filmmaker Dustin Cauchi (b. 1981, Malta) produced during the period 2011–2013 with a total runtime of 55mins entitled ADIEU FRIEDRICH (2012), SANT SANT (2013) & FENÊTRE FENÊTRE (2013). 
The three films are not related to each other in terms of narrative or progressive conventions, but rather share temporal characteristics: namely that of starting off at a particular, arbitrary point. This arbitrary beginning, understood as a lack of introduction that the films share, gave rise to the idea of a ’lost epigraph’. The viewer can trace and construct some of these missing elements through the development of the narrative or by drawing upon historical or biographical facts like in the case of Alfred Sant’s political and literary background, or Miriam Gauci’s fame as an international soprano, or even Jody Fiteni’s years as a front man of one of Malta’s most promising 1980s band.

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