A beach, a couple, a man who has been bitterly disappointed in his past and one single camera shot from far away. The protagonists in this brief comedy act like playing pieces among the scenic bay filled with false harmonies. Wounds don’t heal in a day and sometimes not even in 15 years. –Oldenburg
Educated as an editor in TAI-School of Arts (Madrid), he has edited a wide range of projects in Spain, from feature films to prime time TV shows, music videos and documentaries. He has experience also as a director on several projects, being responsible for the creative process, filming and postproduction.
He has participated in workshops with Spanish filmmakers Achero Mañas and Chema de la Peña.
Since he moved to Norway in the fall 2008 he works for News On Request. He has edited the documentary “Exhaling Music”, directed by Trond Eliassen, which has been awarded the “Best Documentary” award at Tromsø International Film Festival 2010. He has also edited the shortfilms “Then They Recognize Me”, directed by John Steppling, and “På Perrongen”, directed by Solveig Sigmond, which won the One Minute Films competition under Minimalen – Trondheim Short Film Festival 2009.
He has written and directed the short films “Life in a Minute” (Zebra Poetry Film Festival 2010, Berlin… read more
I admired the continuous long-shot, I think it was interesting to keep that shot throughout but I guess it was there as the dialogue and the acting was strong enough to hold that shot without making the film unbearable. It was almost as if witnessing an encounter of strangers from afar. As Heather said below - who knows where this could of gone?