A Wild Stream
Una corriente salvaje
Mexico | 2018 | DCP | Color | 72 min | Nuria Ibañez Cstañeda
THURSDAY 3 | CINEMEX PLAZA INSURGENTES SALA 6 | 20:30 HRS | 72 MIN (Q&A with Director)
MONDAY 7 | INSTITUTO GOETHE | 20:00 HRS | 72 MIN (Q&A with Director)
Director: Nuria Ibañez Castañeda
Screenplay: Nuria Ibañez Castañeda
Producer: Tatiana Graullera
Cinematography: Romero Suárez-Llanos
Editing: Paloma López, Sergi Dies, Omar Guzmán, Nuria Ibañez
Sound: Bernat Fortiana, Filippo Restelli, Javier Impierrez
Production Company: FOPROCINE, IMCINE, Visions Sud Est
Chilo and Omar seem to be the only two men on Earth. They live on a solitary beach and their constant activity is fishing to survive. Their friendship, surrounded by sensuality, becomes a love story. Through their conversations and their relationship, the film explores and portraits human condition.
Nuria Ibáñez (Madrid, 1974) graduated in Information Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid and studied Screenplay at the Cinematographic Training Center (CCC) of Mexico City. Her first feature documentary, La cuerda floja (2009), won the New Visions Award at the 2010 Visions du Réel festival and was selected for competition in more than twenty international film festivals. Her second film, El cuarto desnudo (2013), was the most awarded Mexican documentary of 2014
From 2015 to 2018 Nuria Ibáñez was a member of the National System of Creators (SNC) in México. Her third documentary feature film, Una corriente salvaje, premiered at the Morelia Film Festival 2018 and won the Best Documentary Feature Award.
Festival Internacional de Cine de Morelia, Award for Best Documentary Feature– 2018, Mexico