Andalusian Panorama


Jesús Ponce | Spain | 2018 | 80 min.
O.V. in Spanish

A film that reclaims the figure of Claudio Guerín Hill, one of the great promises of Spanish cinema at the end of the 60s and early 70s, whose career was cut short by his early death.

Screening with:

Manuel Soriano |
 Spain | 2018 | 11 min. | Spanish

Antonio is unwilling to abandon his smallholding, already sold, because he misses
the days he spent there with his wife and children and looking after his vegetable
patch. Winner of the Seville University’s X European Film Award in 2017.


Direction: Jesús Ponce
Script: Jesús Ponce
Cinematography: Eduardo Sánchez
Editing: Jesús Ponce Music: Juan Cantón
Sound: Juan Cantón
Production: Pilar Crespo
Production Company: Magnetika Films

Jesús Ponce

Born in Seville in 1971, he began his career as director and editor of short films and worked in television. His first feature, 15 días contigo (2005) received various awards and a Goya nomination. It was followed by Skizo (2006) and Déjate caer (2007). He worked at directing television formats for several years, the most notable of which included Pelotas (for TVE) by Jose Corbacho, or Padre Medina (for Canal Sur). In 2015 he returned to film direction with Todo saldrá bien (2016). He has also edited feature films such as La soledad del triunfo (Álvaro de Armiñán, 2012) and Ciudadano Villanueva (Francisco Javier Gómez Pinteño, 2012); and he was writer on Siempre hay tiempo (Ana Rosa Diego, 2009) and Mami Blue (Miguel Ángel Calvo Buttini, 2010).