Landscapes of A Capelada

MIÉRCOLES 22 | CINEMEX INSURGENTES – SALA 6 | 19:30 HRS. | 60 MIN.

SÁBADO 25 | FUTURA CDMX | 12:00 HRS. | 60 MIN.

Landscapes of A Capelada

Spain | 2017 | DCP | B&W | 100 min | Alberto Lobelle

Director: Alberto Lobelle
Script: Alberto Lobelle
Producer: Alberto Lobelle
Cinematography: Alberto Lobelle
Sound: Oskar Lopez

Synopsis
The black granite in the Serra da Capelada range formed from solidified magma during the Precambrian era, some 1,160 million years ago. The rocks were buried deep beneath the Earth’s surface until Pangea broke apart, 200 million years ago, causing a 600-meter high cliff to form. Homosapiens sapiens appeared on Earth 200,000 years ago.

Alberto Lobelle
Born in Galicia (Spain) in 1976, Alberto Lobelle works on television series, documentaries, short films, commercials and films as second assistant director, script supervisor and assistant director. As a filmmaker he directs and produces Matisse is spelt with two S’s (2011), screened at Aljazeera International Documentary Film Festival, Documenta Madrid and other film festivals. Den Pobedy: Victory Day (2015), a found-footage documentary about history, war and family was screened at FID Marseille. Landscapes of A Capelada (2017) had its premiere at Documenta Madrid, where it was awarded with the Best Cinematography Prize.

Festivals
Documenta Madrid
Iran International Documentary Film Festival
Silente Film Festival
Ecozine Film Festival