Best Latino Short Films at the LA Shorts Fest 2010
Here at Latin America Film we have selected all the Latino talent for you to take a sneak preview and if you want to see the shorts don’t miss this year edition.
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El Tio Facundo
Foreign / Cuban/Mexican / 29 min.
Something happened during the summer of 1952 that shattered my hopes of ever having a normal life; my uncle Facundo showed up. We started having a ball and he made our lives fun again but the town became a disaster. How do we get rid of him?
Director: Alejandro Cachoua
Producer: Asori Soto, Alejandro Cachoua
Writer: Alejandro Cachoua
El Armadillo Fronterizo / The Border Armadillo
Action/Adventure / Mexico / 7 min.
An adventurous armadillo conquers the dangerous border crossing to feed his growing new family back home.
Director: Miguel Anaya
Producer: Carolina Pavia
Writer: Miguel Anaya
My Name is Maria
Animation / Spain / 4 min.
Maria is six years old and she is working on her first school composition.
Director: Elio Quiroga-Rodriguez
Producer: Elio Quiroga-Rodriguez, Miguel Martinez
Writer: Elio Quiroga-Rodriguez
Notes On The Other
Documentary / Spain / 13 min.
Each summer, a crowd of Ernest Hemingway doubles meet in Key West, Florida, to choose the authentic Hemingway after Hemingway’s death.
Director: Sergio Oskman
Producer: Sergio Oskman
Writer: Sergio Oskman
Drama / Spain / 12 min.
We all have secrets. We all have family. We all search for happiness. What if we share our secrets and search together for happiness?
Director: David Moreno
Producer: Raquel Pedreira
Writer: David Moreno
Entry filed under: CUBAN CINEMA, DIGITAL CINEMA, DIRECTORS, FILM FESTIVALS, IN SPANISH..., LATIN AMERICAN FILM, MARKETING, MEXICAN CINEMA, SPANISH CINEMA. Tags: Alejandro Cachoua, Asori Soto, Carolina Pavia, David Moreno, El Armadillo Fronterizo / The Border Armadillo, El Tio Facundo, Elio Quiroga-Rodriguez, Fatum!, LA Shorts Fest, latin america film, Miguel Anaya, Miguel Martinez, My Name is Maria, Notes On The Other, Pablo Millan, Raquel Pedreira, Sergio Oskman, Socarrat.