Lapuerta, Short films in progress, Short Films in Spanish, 1 & # x2f; e - Access Card - for MySpanishLab Multi Semester & # x29;

1. The wedding (Spain)

Mirta is a Cuban living in Madrid. Like many immigrants, she works in maintenance / cleaning. At 6:00 AM, her daughter is to be married. However, nothing goes according to plan and getting to the wedding is more difficult than it appears.

Director: Marina Seresesky

2. New life (Argentina)

Elena and Camilo are neighbors. She is 72 years old and he is 78. Their tired bodies and wrinkly faces are somber reminder of time gone by. Elena and Camilo like each other-in silence. They spy and flirt with each other as if they were teens. The film takes place on the last day of the year and their loved ones are joining to celebrate with them.

Director: Lucas Santa Ana.

3. Cristobal (Cuba)

Cristobal Torriente is an ex-baseball player and legendary champion of the Cuban Baseball League who now lives in Havana, where time seems to stand still. Today is the day his dream will finally come true. As he walks through Havana-as if touching the four bases on the baseball diamond-he visits the parts of town that hold the strongest memories for him, and arrives to the baseball stadium to pass on his many years of experience and hopes to his They are. Today is his first playoff game as a professional ballplayer, Cristobal, Jr. Directors: Emanuele Cova and Nelson Navarro.

4. From the night to the morning (Argentina)

Mercedes, minutes before her father's death, finds out she has a sister named Pilar. Mercedes does not know her and has to find her before the funeral. When Mercedes finally finds her, their encounter does not yield the results she longed for.

Director and Writer: Lucas Santa Ana

5. Alfred and Anna (Spain)

Director: Juan Manuel Suarez-Garcia.

2013: Malaga Film Festival: Official selection of animated short films

6. A Lonley Sun Story (Spain)

When Linda sees no solution to her problems, she decides to run away, but a strange turn of events leads her to meet a peculiar young man named Oscar. Linda will live an experience that will change her life forever.

Directors: Juanma Suarez, Enrique F. Guzman.

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2014 Goya Awards: Nominated for Best Animated Short Film

7. Wigs (Spain)

Actress Maria Fornell ends her last performance of the season for "Lysistrata". Cooped up in her dressing room (still in character and in costume), she refuses to attend the evening's gala to receive an award. Her partner and make up artist, Silvia, tries to convince her to go to the gala.

Director and Screenplay: Jose Manuel Serrano Cueto

8. Statues (Mexico)

The inauguration ceremony of a statue in the town square-at which Carlitos is to give a commemorative speech-becomes the place for public manifestation of discontent and petitions in a city that is trying to survive on the edge of the countryside.

Director: Roberto Fiesco.

2013 Ariel Awards: Nominated for Best Short Fiction Film

9. Cuesta abajo (Colombia)

Henry Forero (a boy of only twelve), born in a popular district of Bogota, is the new global transportation visionary. Thanks to his Colombian cars, he will not only revolutionize the automobile industry, but his cars will reach the entire world. Henry is a child who teaches us that sometimes in life, in order to get to the top, you have to go downhill first.

Director: Luisa V, Orozco Ortiz

10. Amador and Charity (Colombia)

Director and Screenplay: Vlamyr Vizcaya

11. YO TB TQ (I also love you) (Spain)

A film entitled "Yo tambien te quiero" shows the difference between two couples trying to resolve their differences. One using WhatsApp and the other, face to face. You will be surprised by the turn of events! Director: Daniel Montes

12. Human resources (Spain)

An employer is getting ready to preform yet another routine job interview, but what starts out as a routine task may not be this time.

Director: Joan Alvarez Llados

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