Fernando Alcántara, Rafael Montezuma, Lamberto Guerra, Elio Quiroga, Víctor Moreno and Samuel M. Delgado and Helena Girón are the filmmakers of these short films of local authorship
The directors point out how the Festival has been in its 20 editions the vehicle for influences they could hardly have accessed to from the islands, and the school nature Canarias Cinema has had for the talent of the Archipelago’s filmmakers
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Thursday 8 April, 2021. Affection or its absence, the weight of time, a made-up origin of rain or a profound reflection on the nature of confinement make up a varied and multifaceted collection in Canarias Cinema’s first Short Film Session. Screening on Friday April 9, this opening round of short films reinforces talent-hive condition of a fundamental section of the 20th Las Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival. There will be works by directors such as Fernando Alcántara, Rafael Montezuma, Lamberto Guerra, Elio Quiroga, Víctor Moreno and Samuel M. Delgado and Helena Girón. All of them are proven authors within the circuit and turn this round of limited-length pieces into a main dish.
Whence Comes The Rain
The Infinite Confinement
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