We are very proud to announce the upcoming screening in London of Lud Mônaco’s ‘PARA PERO SIGUE’ (‘STOP BUT CARRY ON’) as part of the program of CORTOMETRAJES, 7 Spanish Short Films, an event curated and produced by Brit Es Magazine in partnership with Shorts On Tap, which will will take place on 18 February at 93 Feet East, a legendary spot in the heart of East London, the Old Truman Brewery, 150 Brick Lane.
Upcoming screening in London of Khris Cembe’s ‘VIAJE A PIES’ (‘Travel by Feet’) as part of the program of CORTOMETRAJES, 7 Spanish Short Films.
Shorts On Tap and Brit Es present ‘SINCERIDAD’ by Andrea Casaseca as part of CORTOMETRAJES, 7 Spanish Short Films
We are very proud to announce the upcoming screening in London of ‘SINCERIDAD’ (Sincerity), a short film directed and written by Andrea Casaseca. The film it is included as part of the programme of CORTOMETRAJES, 7 Spanish Short Films, a screening event curated and produced by Shorts On Tap and Brit Es Magazine.
The question is to what extent does the Catholic Church cover up these crimes and indeed what happens in this country?
In celebration of the inauguration of Iberodocs’ second season, we have arranged to meet with one of the festival’s foremost figures and a vital player in making the event a reality: Isabel Moura Mendes. An arts manager with a heritage that is half Cape Verdean, half Portuguese, she is this year’s programme curator for the Lusophone strand of films at the Iberodocs festival.
Directed and Photography by Pau Pascual Galbis, Edition and Post-production by Pau Pascual Galbis, Music by Nikka, Sound by José Antonio Flores, Make up by Eloisa Gómez, Costume: Mariccona, Production by Pau Pascual Galbis, Actress: Sandra Gómez, Ingrid Heinz, Génesis Pascacio, Olga Mathey, Adriana Saldaña, Julieta Mayor and Elisabeth Pang, Thanks to Gelitzly Pacheco Montero, Hana Chaki, Ana Karen Morgana, Ezechiel Hascoet, Bryan Sánchez, Betty Bustillo, Ana Ferral and Yesenia González, Production: SEP-Prodep and Collaboration by Faculty of Arts, Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas UNICACH (Mexico). 2014 © Tuxtla Gtz.
The following list is not a top 5, but merely a list of five Spanish films, in no particular order, which British viewers might not be familiar with. You may have noticed that I have left out filmmakers such as Almodóvar and Amenábar, and films such as El Orfanato and Mar Adentro. This was done deliberately, since those directors and films are already quite well known by the average film goer. So, on to the list!