THE ASYMMETRIC WOMAN
Ana M. Ruiz, Spain, 2014, 12 min.
With a high-risk subject matter (that of a slightly naive romanticism and an idealized sexuality) this little film dazzles thanks to a certain ironic distancing and two superb protagonists: Teresa Arbolí and Manolo Linares.
Miguel Aparicio, Spain, 2014, 7 min.
The story of time as time of the story. A voiceover rises up over the landscape and the people, pronouncing what is absent, what is lost, in order to revive it, albeit for just an instant.
Pedro Kos & Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee, Spain, 2014, 13 min.
From the romantic portrait by the foreigner, source and inevitable drain of the flamenco identity, the document gradually becomes enriched with the warmth of simplicity. The mysticism of flamenco and Seville is not exhausted.
CABEZA DE TURCO
Juan Moya, Spain, 2014, 9 min.
Filmed almost entirely inside a luxurious official car, this devastating satire about the sewers of power is sustained by very sharp dialogue and the nuances of some notable performances.
Bernabé Rico, Spain, 2014, 20 min.
Having been “the lottery’s bald man” for years is too heavy a burden for an actor. But that weight is redirected and compensated here with a magical character in a story for adults with a child protagonist.