Year of production: 2016.
Runtime: 106 minutos.
Director: Alba González de Molina
Julie, suddenly decides to run away and leave everything behind her. This escape will take her to faraway lands, to a small village where she thinks she will be able to hide from herself. Julie finds her place in there thanks to the warm welcome of the teacher of the village, who will encourage the rest of the community to accept and welcome her. But no one really knows who Julie is, and what she’s hiding beneath that elusive look.
*Fotos de Julie by Zhana Yordanova
Premios: 2016. Málaga Festival: Best Supporting Actress (Silvia Maya) and Best First Film.
Ver online: http://julielapelicula.com/ver-pelicula-online/
Year of production: 2018. Coproduced by Abano Producións y El Gatoverde.
Genre: Drama. Animation.
Runtime: 12 minutos.
Director: David Fidalgo Omil
Homomaquia presents us with a world where humans are treated as they themselves treat animals, stablishing a strong metaphor with bullfighting. Putting humans at the place of bulls. Homomaquia represents the life of the latter, the rawness, violence and lack of freedom they experience along their lives even when it comes to procreation, where humans use their sexuality only in speculative interests.
Premios: Nomination for Best Fiction Short Film at the 34th Edition of the Goya 2020 Awards
2019 - Curtas Armandiña, Spain (Best Animated Short Film Award)
2019 - Festival of Cans, Spain (Honorable Mention)
2019 - Preselection for best short film at the Forqué 2020 Awards.