ESCAC talent at the Malaga Film Festival 2021

The talent that has emerged from the school once again fills the Malaga Spanish Film Festival, which this year celebrates its 24th edition from 3 to 13 June.

 

Official feature films section  

Fiction

Ama, debut feature by graduate Júlia de Paz with an almost 100% ESCAC team: Núria Dunjó as scriptwriter, Sandra Roca as DoP, Oriol Milán as editor. Júlia de Paz makes the leap to feature film with the same team of graduates from the 20th graduating class that already participated in her short TFG (EDP).

Documentary

The First Woman, by graduate Miguel Eek.

Trieste – Tesalónica, by Bru Rovira and graduate Oriol Rovira.

 

Official short films section

Documentary

Correspondencia (Correspondence), by Carla Simón and alumni of the ESCAC Master’s Degree in Film Directing Dominga Sotomayor.

Fiction

Polvo somos, by Master in Film Directing alumni Estibaliz Urresola.

La colcha y la madre, by Master in Film Directing alumni David Pérez Sañudo.

Farruca, by graduate Ian de la Rosa. 

Fuga, by graduate Alex Sardá.  

 

Malaga premieres

Maricón perdido, a series created by Bob Pop and produced by El Terrat for TNT, directed by graduate Alejandro Marín with Andreu Ortoll as DoP, Alberto Gutiérrez as editor, Toni Carrizosa as executive producer, Carles Cambres and Olga Garriga as production manager and coordinator respectively, and other graduates in the technical team.

Paraíso, a series produced by The Mediapro Studio for Movistar+, directed by Fernando González Molina with graduate Elías M. Félix as DoP.

 

Zonazine Feature Films

Leading ladies, directed by Master in Film Directing alumni Ruth Caudeli.

 

Malaga Work in progress by MAFIZ

Tolyatti Adrift, by graduate Laura Sisteró.

Categories: Escac Talent