A film by Zac73dragon
This film was screened as a part of the 2015 Cine Las Americas International Film Festival (CLAIFF18)
Spain/Bolivia/USA, Drama/Comedy, 2015
76 min, HD, Color
Spanish, English with English subtitles
Emptiness, love, loneliness, friendship, sex in Brooklyn, Williamsburg, Zip Code: 11211. In this neighborhood, a bride runs away dragging her useless white dress, a pizza boy can’t hide his obsession with gorillas, a green Santa looks for sex on the Internet, a girl wanders by Williamsburg’s bridge looking for a place to sleep, a boy wants to meet a boy, two girls have an encounter, and everyone ends up at the corner laundromat. It’s a road movie across the b-side of the most hipster neighborhood in New York, a tale where dreams and miseries wander together trying to earn their piece of heaven on earth.
About the director
Zacarías de la Rosa, born in the Canary Islands, studied filmmaking by chance in Spain, and later studied formally at the New York Film Academy. Creator of Festivalito, a festival focusing on the digital revolution, his first film, 90 MINUTES & I LOVE YOU, was written on the Internet with a collective, and shot in real time in Brooklyn, NYC. His second film, THE LIGHT OF MAFASCA, is a fantastic thriller shot in the desert landscape of the island of Fuerteventura.
Producer: Jose Víctor Fuentes, David Sainz, Sergio Bastani
Production Companies: La Máquina de Coser, Chukumi Studios
Screenwriter: Zac73dragon, Julieta Martín, Sergio Bastani
Cinematographer: Javi Lería, Tomás Moreno, Zac73dragon
Sound Design: Selu González
Music: Jose Víctor Ponzoñoso
Cast: Luifer Rodríguez, David Sainz, Alba Cabrera, Patricia Ålvarez, Tomás Moreno, Chiara Betancor, Virginia Park, Armando Cabral
Print Source: Digital 104 Film Distribution, firstname.lastname@example.org