LA ALAMEDA 2018
O.V. in Spanish
A film in which Rocío Huertas reflects on the Sevillian neighbourhood of the Alameda de Hércules, long scarred by "whores and junkies", where underground culture and later property profiteering broke out. Based on Juan Sebastián Bollaín's documentary, Huertas guide us through interviews with emblematic neighbours of the district (such as Deborah Santa Cruz de la Jara, Fernando Mansilla or Manolo Solo) interweaving their personal memories told through animated collages, and through the tour organized in collaboration with the SEFF in 2019. She is always keen to be involved with those who endure and continue to live against the current of gentrification.
Direction: Rocío Huertas
Script : Ana Álvarez Ossorio, Rocío Huertas
Cinematography: Carolina Cebrino, Juan González, Álvaro Soto, Bea Bayón
Editing: Ana Álvarez Ossorio, Rocío Huertas
Music: Jordi Gil
Sound: Juan Egoscozábal, Dani de Zayas, Carlos Pérez, Jordi Gil
With: Deborah Real de la Jara, Mansilla Fernando , Manolo Solo, Agnés Vàrda , Rosa María Martinez Moreno, Luis Moises Heredia Maya
Production: Rocio Huertas
Seville, 1973. Studies Performing Arts at DAMU in Prague (Czech Republic) and at the Theatre Institute of Seville. Graduated with a Master of Arts in Performing Arts from Central Saint Martins College of Arts in London and a Master in Digital Arts from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. She has participated in digital animation courses at NYU New York University, FAMU in Prague, the Utrecht School of Arts (Holland), ECTV in San Antonio de los Baños (Cuba) and for two years she was part of the experimental film group directed by Karl Kels at UDK - Universität der Künste- Berlin. She stands out for the originality and surrealism shown in her audiovisual works, which have been granted about twenty awards and selected in international festivals such as Sitges, San Antonio (Texas), Open Cinema in Saint Petersburg, Uruguay or Amsterdam. Also, those works have been exhibited in art centers in Europe and America such as the Kunstmuseum in Hamburg, the Museum of the Arts in Guadalajara, Mexico, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zulia, Venezuela.