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|La disco resplandece
Spain-Turkey | DCP | 2016 | Color | 12minDirector: Chema García Ibarra.
Script: Chema García Ibarra.
Producer: Miguel Molina.
Cinematography: Ion de Sosa.
Sound: Leti Argudo y Jorge Flor.
Edited: Julie Delord, Chema García Ibarra
Cast: Juan José Faz, Amine Midoune, Allan Antonie Terrasson, Fátima Kounbache, Ani Hovhannisyan, Nacho Marco, Raul A. Ripoll, Jose Manuel Ibarra, Asmik Kocharyan y Susanna Vardayan.
Production Company: Erbay Media, Jaibo Films
|Chema García Ibarra.
He is a director, scriptwriter and film producer. Degree in Advertising and Public Relations from the University of Alicante.
His short film “The Attack of the Nebula-5 Robots” became one of the most awarded in 2009, with more than 110 awards and 350 selections at festivals around the world, including the Directors’ Fortnight of the Cannes Film Festival, Sundance, Chicago Film Festival, Ann Arbor, Winterthur and Austin Fantastic Fest. After obtaining the preselection to the Oscar and the Goya, it gained the Méliès of Gold to the best short European fantastic and was named third best Spanish short of the last decade according to the survey of the Alcine festival to Spanish directors, producers and distributors.
In 2010 he wrote, produced and directed “Protopartículas”, winner of a Mention of Honor at the Sundance Festival and prizes at the International Film Festival of Albacete Abycine, San Diego, Fant Bilbao or the International Festival of Young Filmmakers in Granada. The short film was listed as one of the best of the year by Cahiers du Cinéma magazine in Spain.
His short film “Misterio”, whose screenplay won the Project Short Canal + award at the Gijón International Film Festival, had its international premiere in the official short film section of the Berlin International Film Festival 2013, where he won the nomination for Best European Short Film .
In 2016, with his short film “La disco resplandece”, he won the first prize “Ciudad de Alcalá” and the USER T38 Award at the Alcalá de Henares Film Festival.
One Saturday in April. Nice weather. The shadow of the mountain grows as evening falls. Five guys prepare the night: they have alcohol, a car and music. It doesn’t matter that the disco has been closed for years.
|La Disco Resplandece / The Disco Shines – teaser/trailer/whatever from Chema García Ibarra on Vimeo.|
San Sebastian Film Festival,Sarajevo Film Festival, Warsaw Film Festival,Winterthur Film Festival,