Concurso Iberoamericano de CortometrajesIberoamerican Short Film Contest 48 ED. 2020
Spain 2019 11' Fiction
A daughter arrives at her parents’ house in her hometown village, trying to escape from a “bug” of anguish that haunts her. There, she has to face her life’s greatest mirror: her father. Father and daughter have a lot of pain inside. They desperately and intimately seek for this feeling to disappear, at least for a little while. To do so, they resort to on any type of anesthesia that helps them to disconnect and embrace the sensation of temporary pleasure. Anything goes so everything is Fabulous. All the time.
DIRECTION: Leticia Torres
Born in Spain in 1982. She is an actress, screenwriter and director. After graduating in Arabic Philology and Theory of Literature and Comparative Literature in Madrid, she studied acting at the Corazza Studio for the Actor. After working as an actress, she began to write, direct and star in Las Reglas del Subjuntivo, sponsored by Eduardo Chapero-Jackson. She was also the producer of this short film that achieved selections and awards for acting and screenwriting at festivals inside and outside Spain, such as the Tarazona Festival or the Astorga Festival, among others. It was one of the shorts broadcast on RTVE in the Spanish Version program, within the XVI Ibero-American Short Film Competition Spanish Version-SGAE. After the unexpected success she immediately started to write, direct and interpret Angustia Vital, for the Notodofilmfest. Between both audiovisual projects, she wrote ¿Por qué Úrsula sí y yo no? with Violeta Orgaz, a comedy directed by Alicia Rubio for Microteatro por Dinero. Her style is based on talking about the pain of the human soul with humor and love.
|David Casas Riesco, Cecilia Requena, Diego J Fernández, Héctor Bobo, Louis Seiner, Leticia Torres. 37FILMS.|
|Jaime Barros, Carlos Faruolo.|
|Leticia Torres, Manuel Morón, Maricarmen Sánchez.|
|Electrician: Nerea Castresana. First Assistant Director: Victor Ruíz.|