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Videos, articles and radio

Les Soupis, a puppet show to see

2021 - Hotel le Saint-Sulpice

Interview Feast of los Munecos

2019 - Radio University of Guadalajara

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The living art of Fiams / Little puppet storiesAdvanced at 1min52

2019 - The Cultural Factory

Capsules: Passionate about puppets

2020 - FIAMS

Helijalder Capristano turns into a phantasmagorical puppet in Waykarü

2018 - LinkMultimedia

Illuminated mouse puppets will roam around Old Montreal during the holidays

2021 - DailyHive Montreal

Report for the Mundo Titere Fest (Buenos Aires)

2021 - Mundo Titere Fest - report

Paserelle: from art to the hotel

2021 - An innovative project that combines tourism and artistic performance.

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In front page

of the magazine Marionettes 2021

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Headed by the Publication Committee of the AQM, the magazine Marionnettes aims to be both a forum and a showcase for the current practice of the arts of puppetry. Quality publication, each issue offers original content, reflecting the concerns and issues that drive the artistic community and community life.

Metro Journal - July 2020

Surprise shows on Ontario Street this summer

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Festin de los munecos - october 2019

International companies open dialogue at 10th Festin de los munecos

Translation

To open the conversation with the creators and puppet artists of this edition of Festin de los munecos, on Monday, October 28 at 11:00 a.m., the first conversation took place in the Arroniz building, in the center of Guadalajara

The event lasted an hour and a half, where representatives of two companies: BelloAbril * Theater of Coincidences and Imagicario, shared their artistic careers, the challenges and various secrets behind their works.

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On the other hand, Helijalder Capristano, the performer of Imagicario's famous and colorful puppets, like Waycarü and Aroldo, dazzled the participants by briefly showing the process of transformation and interpretation of their characters.

Capistrano hasn't had an easy journey either, however, he has shown that his obstacles have turned into advantages: "I have a diction problem and it made me create characters that use gestures more" , explains the Peruvian performer, who emigrated to Canada with his daughter, where he developed his artistic career with the group Imagicario.

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