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Inhabiting Utopia

Credits

 

OCTOBER 2014

Documentary. 69 minutes. Colour, HDCam · DCP

Director and Script: Mariano Agudo
Sound: Dani de Zayas
Music: Paco Campano
Graphic Effect: Kiko Romero
Sound Mixing: Juan Egoscozábal
Direction of Photographyc: Mariano Agudo

Executive Producer: Miguel Paredes
Editing: Mariluz Domínguez

Distribution Intermedia: Natalia de Ancos
Distribution: 3boxmedia

Synopsis

 

Crisis. Empty homes. Evictions. A cruel triangle and a heterogeneous but solid group, led by women of different generations , that decided to exercise their right to housing and relocate to an uninhabited building that was not their property: The Corrala Utopia. 688 days and 36 families. No light. No water. No fear

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Achievements

 

2014 Festival de Cine de Sevilla. Panorama Andaluz.

Inhabiting Utopia

Reincidentes, on and on

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Documentary
HD. 67′

Director: Miguel Paredes
Photography: Mariano Agudo
Editor: Andrés Zoilo
Graphics: Kiko Romero
Documentation: Clara Gordon

Synopsis: Members of the punk-rock band Reincidentes are part of a generation marked by constant conflicts and political changes. REINCIDENTES, ON AND ON  reviews the trajectory of this sevillian band along its (almost) 30-year career. A journey in which social struggles, always present in his music, stand in the foreground.

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Reincidentes, on and on

Guillena 1937

Credits   …you can watch the full-length documentary after the trailer 


Documentary
HD. 60′

www.guillena1937eldocumental.com

Director: Mariano Agudo
Executive Producer: Miguel Paredes
Script: Mariano Agudo
Sound technician: Dani de Zayas

Synopsis: In September 1937, seventeen women were taken from their homes by order of the rebel authorities and taken into a Town Hall cell. A month later, after being publicly  harassed and humiliated in the streets of their village, they were executed and buried in the cemetery of Gerena, a nearby town. it will take their relatives 75 years to begin with the exhumation of the bodies, crowded together in a mass grave. This documentary reflects on the use of violence against women as a war weapon and the need for the families of the disappeared to find and bury their loved ones.

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Links

Association for the Recovery of Historial Memory “19 Mujeres” from Guillena. http://armh19mujeres.blogspot.com.es/

Guillena 1937

Memory of ashes

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Documentary
HD. 60′

Director: Eduardo Montero
Executive producer: Mariano Agudo
Script: Ángel del Rí­o y Eduardo Montero

Synopsis: More than 1.500 andalusians were captured in Nazi’s prisons camp during the years of World War II. A thousand lost their lives in those halls of horror, designed to degrade the human condition to the most unimaginable levels. Survivors swore they will devote their lives to remember and honor the memory of the millions of human beings killed in these camps.

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Links

 
TLN – Todos (..) los Nombres

http://www.todoslosnombres.org/

Amical de Mauthausen
http://www.amical-mauthausen.org/

Memory of ashes

The single mother

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JULY 2010
HDV. 60′

Director and script: Miguel Paredes
Photography: Mariano Agudo
Producer: Nieves González
Sound Technician: Daniel de Zayas

Synopsis: The Franco regime wanted to support its ideology on a key column: the family. The subjugation of women in all aspects was essential and a framework of legal, educational, social, family and work limitations was set in order to cut freedoms. For a woman, having a child out of wedlock meant, in that context suffering the most cruel humiliations from a society subdued to ultra conservative Catholic codes of conduct that punished severely any attitude that was out of the norm.

 

In collaboration with:

Junta de Andalucí­a and Consejería de Cultura
Broadcast rights acquired by Canal Sur TV

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Achievements

 

Imaginera Award Documentary creation 2010
Broadcasted in Canal Sur TV

 

Links

 

Single- parent Family Foundation “Isadora Duncan”
http://isadoraduncan.es/

 

The single mother

London is not Seville

Credits

 

JULY 2010
Documentary. HDV. 52′

Watch trailer.

Director and script: Mariano Agudo
Photography Mariano Agudo
Producer: Intermedia Producciones. CSOA Casas Viejas.
Editor: Kiko Romero
Sound Technician: Daniel de Zayas. Enrique de Justo.
Graphic Design: Ricardo Barquí­n

Synopsis: Seville, the November 29, 2007, at 8:00 AM, the eviction of the squatted and self-managed social center “Casas Viejas” starts. Six people anchor their arms to the building, two of them in a tunnel four meters below the ground level.At the same time, hundreds of people demonstrated in the streets in a last attempt to stop the eviction. This documentary narrates the 36 hours that lasted the eviction of Casas Viejas.

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Links

 

CSOA Casas Viejas in Wikipedia

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/CSOA_Casas_Viejas

London is not Seville

Bolivian women

Ficha

 

Postproduction
HD. 60′

Director: Mariano Agudo
Executive producer: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Script: Chaska Mori

Synopsis:
A woman goes everyday 100 m (328 feet) below ground level to survive.
A girl uses hip hop as a tool for social change.
An anarchist woman stands for election.
A girl covers her face to avoid being recognized while working.
Four women, four stories, a country struggling to change its fate: Bolivia.
 

 

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Links

 
Nina Uma Myspace

http://www.myspace.com/ninauma/

 

 

 

Bolivian women

The expanded education

Credits

NOVEMBER 2009
HDV. 58′ 18”

Director and script: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Photography:
Alejandro G. Salgado, Julio Sánchez Veiga
Producer:
ZEMOS98, Intermedia Producciones
Sound Technician:
Andrés Zoilo
Editor:
Kiko Romero
Music:
Fran MM Cabeza de Vaca

Synopsis: How many times have you felt that if you knew “something”, that “something” could radically change your life? What do you want to know but have never found anybody to teach you? Do you know someone who can do something “valuable”, “curious”, “special”?. This documentary, co-produced by ZEMOS98 Cultural and Creative Management and Intermedia Productions, recounts the experience at IES Antonio Dominguez Ortiz (located in the 3.000 Viviendas district of Seville) during the Common Knowledge Bank workshop imparted by Platoniq in the International Festival ZEMOS98-11 edition. A critical and challenging view at the traditional educational system, a question in the form of an answer: education can happen anytime, anywhere. (By ZEMOS98)

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Achievements


Screened at European Film Festival in Sevilla, 2009

 

Links


ZEMOS98

http://www.zemos98.org/

 

The expanded education

Tied

 

Credits

 

JUNE 2009
35 mm. 10′

Director and script: Paco Almazo
Executive Producer:
Miguel Paredes Arjona
Photography:
Juan González Rebollo
Art Director:
Pepe Domí­nguez
Sound Technician:
Daniel de Zayas
Music:
Ezequiel Salaregui
Cast:
Marí­a Alfonso Rosso, Carlos Álvarez Novoa

Synopsis: H. and M. are two violent and tormented characters for whom cruelty is an everyday activity. In Tied we witness the ongoing clash of two wills trying to impose himself over the other. H. and M. trapped and gagged themselves and run away from each other in a stale and murky atmosphere.

In collaboration with:
Junta de Andalucí­a – Consejerí­a de Cultura

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Achievements

 
RTVA Award in the Young Filmmakers Festival of Granada.

 

Links

 
Blog de Atados
http://cortoatados.blogspot.com/

Tied

From darkness

Ficha

 

NOVEMBER 2008
Betacam SP. 60′

Directors: Mariano Agudo y Julio Sánchez Veiga
Script: Zekine Turkery y Julio Sánchez Veiga
Producer: Miguel Paredes
Sound Technician: Daniel de Zayas

Synopsis: Much of the twentieth-century history of Turkey is still in the dark. Turkey, the most westernized Muslim country, is negotiating his possible entry into the European Community. Through a series of characters we go deep into the reality of this country, their miseries and their greatness. We follow the trail of some of the most significant figures in the political life of this country and also of anonymous people who have seen how they lost a piece of their lives in the way to freedom. Characters who will accompany us for a while in a far land although at the same time a familiar one. A crossroad of identities, of seas and cultures, a clash between modernity and tradition, between democracy and repression, between civil and military power, between East and West, between Asia and Europe, between secularism and Islamism. A road full of contrasts, clashes, a path that in our documentary concludes with the hope of a new beginning for Turkey.

In collaboration with:

Junta de Andalucí­a – Consejerí­a de Cultura

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Achievements

 

SEVILLE FILM FESTIVAL 2008 (Andalusian Panorama Section)

Opening of the exhibition about Turkey in the Tres Culturas Foundation (Sevilla)

Broadcast rights acquired by Canal Sur TV.

From darkness

The End

Credits

 

SEPTEMBER 2008
35 mm. 25′

Director and script: Eduardo Chapero-Jackson
Producer:
Julio Sánchez Veiga / Pepe Jordana
Photography:
Juan Carlos Gómez
Editor:
Iván Aledo
Cast:: Samuel Roukin, Natalie Press, Charlie Creed Miles, Eileen Walsh, Evie Duncan y Ewan Beattie. Special collaboration: Miguel Ángel Silvestre.

Synopsis: Water is the very essence of life. Without it there is only death, desert and emptiness. Humanity is going to kill himself if keeps mistreating its source. Not only by drying it up and poisoning it, but thereby uncovering the darkest human emotions. All of us have inside the seed of fear and distrust, of selfishness, exploitation and laziness. The seed of a pain that has become destructive anger that feeds itself. Everything can get out of hands. We can lose everything. Everything. We are creatures that find very difficult to resist our impulses. The End is a glance at our final clash. Maybe it would gives us the opportunity to remember our beginning and inspire us to recover it.

 

In collaboration with:
Junta de Andalucí­a – Consejerí­a de Cultura

Sponsored by:

Fundación CAJASOL, EMASESA-Ayto. de Sevilla, Consejerí­a de Medio Ambiente (Junta de Andalucí­a), Diputación de Almerí­a.

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Achievements

 
Broadcast rights acquired by Canal Sur[/pane] [/tabs]

The End

4.000 euros

Credits

 

OCTOBER 2008
35 mm. 97′

Director and script: Richard Jordan
Producer: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Photography: Dani Mauri
Sound Technician: Daniel de Zayas
Editor: Javier Valdenebro
Cast: Marta Larralde. Alberto López. Cesáreo Estébanez. Macarena Gómez. Sebastián Haro. Aní­bal Soto.

Synopsis: The longest day of Sara’s life starts when her brother arrives at her home with his face covered in blood. If Sara doesn’t get 4,000 euros at the end of the day to pay a debt, they will kill him. It is a race against time in which she will have to confront many ghosts of the past and a family she wanted to forget.

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Achievements

 

SEMINCI 2008 (Valladolid International Film Festival) “Punto de encuentro” Section

SEVILLA FILM FESTIVAL 2008 (Andalusian Panorama Section)

IBERO-AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL OF HUELVA 2008 (Andalusian Panorama Section)

MÉRIDA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2008 (Oficial Section)

WASHOUGAL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2009. WASHINGTON. ESTADOS UNIDOS. (Oficial Section).

Links

 

4000 Euros web
www.4000eurosthemovie.com

 

4.000 euros

Yindabad

Credits

 

JULY 2007
DV. 55′

Directors: Mariano Agudo y Roi Guitián
Documentation: Agustí­n Toranzo
Executive Producer: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Production Management: Marí­a Lobo y Paco Povedano

Synopsis: The Development Project for the River Narmada Valley in India envisages the construction of 30 large dams, 135 medium and more than 3000 small dams. This will affect more than two and a half million people, mostly indigenous that not only will lose their homes but also their way of life, being forced to migrate to chaotic slums in large cities. Is this the only way for development? The situation in the Narmada river is an example of the great war of the 21st century:the control of water and natural resources.

Co-produced by Intermedia Producciones y Producciones Itinerantes

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Achievements

 

“Agua” Award. XIII Festival Internacional de Cinema e Video Ambiente da Serra da Estrela (Portugal)
Defensa de los Pueblos Indí­genas Award. Indigenous People International Film Festival. Bolivia.

International distribution rights acquired by Documentary Educational Resources, Inc. Massachussets. Estados Unidos.

Yindabad

Brad

Credits

 

DECEMBER 2007
DV. 53′

Director and script: Miguel Castro
Associated Producer:
Julio Sánchez Veiga

Synopsis: On the night of October 27, 2006, my phone rang. It was a friend. He told me crying that a few hours earlier Brad had been killed, camera in hand, filming inside a barricade in the popular uprising of Oaxaca, Mexico. I was speechless. What can you say about the unexpected death of a friend? That bullet was also aimed at me. At me and at many others who, like Brad, are committed to film social movements from another perspective, from inside, showing what big corporations don’t want to see. This is our story.

Co-produced by Familia Bastos Produçoes

Achievements

 

Screened in the International Community Film Festival 2008 of Northampton (UK).
Festival des Libertes (Official Section) 2008. Bélgica.
Festival ECOBAHIA 2008. Salvador de Bahí­a, Brasil.

Brad

La Partida

Credits

 

OCTOBER 2007
Betacam SP. 60′

Director: Mariano Agudo
Director Assistant: Eduardo Montero
Executive Producer: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Sound Technician: Daniel de Zayas
Producer: Marí­a Martí­n. Miguel Paredes
Infographics and Design: Joaquí­n León, Marí­a Rodrí­guez
Editor: Mª Luz Domí­nguez

Sinopsis: After the Spanish Civil War, thousands of anti-fascist fighters hid in the hills to save their lives. La Partida is a is a journey back in time to an Andalusian region that was the epicenter of activity of one of the most active guerrilla groups in the country, ‘la Partida de Roberto’. Franco will not hesitate in using dirty war against the last attempt of the Republican forces in the fight for freedom.

In collaboration with

Junta de Andalucí­a – Consejerí­a de Cultura
Broadcast rights acquired by Canal Sur TV

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Achievements

 

IMAGINERA 2009 Award

La Partida

Moroccan Labyrinth

 

Credits

                                                           

 

OCTOBER 2007
HD CAM. 97′

Director and script: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Photography: Mariano Agudo
Producer: Natalia de Ancos
Sound Technician: Daniel de Zayas
Graphic Design: Joaquí­n León, Marí­a Rodrí­guez
Historical adviser: Marí­a Rosa de Madariaga
Editor: Mariluz Domí­nguez

Synopsis: The Spanish colonialism in Morocco was decisive in the history of Spain. After the “disaster of 1898” the monarchy and the military were determined to control this territory despite the massive popular opposition. EL Barranco del Lobo, la Semana Trágica, Annual… The conflict cost tens of thousands of lives and polarized Spanish society. Spanish Civil War was in some part result of this conflict. Moroccans, eternal enemies, became strong allies of Franco side.

In collaboration with:

Junta de Andalucí­a – Consejerí­a de Cultura

Images

 

Achievements

 

Broadcast rights acquired by Canal Sur and Televisión Española (TVE) LA NOCHE TEMÁTICA. Emisión Marzo 2009.

Marbella International Film Festival 2008

Pamplona Film Festival 2008

Memorimages Film Festival 2008.

International distribution right acquired by ICARUS FILM. Brooklin. NY. USA [/pane] [/tabs]

Moroccan Labyrinth

Toccata and fugue

Credits

 

NOVEMBER 2005
35mm. 20′

Director and script: Alex O’Dogherty
Cast:
Antonio Dechent. Pablo Carbonell. Alex O’Dogherty. Cesáreo Estébanez. Vicente Romero. Antonio de la Torre. Mariano Peña. Jose Mª Peña. José Manuel Seda
Photography:
Alex Catalán
Assistant Director:
Dácil Pérez de Guzmán
Executive Producer:
Julio Sánchez Veiga
Sound Technician:
Jorge Marí­n
Editor:
Mer Cantero
Music:
Banda de la Marí­a

Synopsis: At a lost gas station a robbery has taken place. A police inspector watches the security camera footage and recognizes the thief as the band singer who ruined his wedding. His search results in a road movie, failed chase, toccatas and fugues.

 

In collaboration with:
Junta de Andalucí­a – Consejerí­a de Cultura
Canal Sur
La Zanfoña Producciones

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Achievements

 

Broadcast rights acquired by Canal Sur TV
First Prize in VI Bienal de Cinema i Video Ciutat de Sabadell
Youth Award in 19 Semana de Cine de Medina del Campo
Second Audicence Award in 19 Semana de Cine de Medina del Campo
First Prize in II Mostra Jove de Curtmetratges 7é Art de Santa Coloma de Gramanet
Best fiction short film in III Jazz Corto Galapagar
RTVA Award: Best Audiovisual Production in XI Certamen de Creación Audiovisual de Cabra
Second Award XI Festival MadridImagen 2006
Best Actor (Antonio Dechent) in 3º Concurso de Cortometrajes de Peralta (Navarra)
First Prize in V Festival de Cortometrajes Ciudad Mairena del Aljarafe
Best Editor (Mer Cantero) in Festival Nacional de Jóvenes Realizadores Ciudad de Zaragoza

Toccata and fugue

Prisioners of Silence

Credits

 

JUNE 2004
Betacam Digital. 60′

Director: Mariano Agudo. Eduardo Montero
Script: Eduardo Montero
Photography: Mariano Agudo
Executive Producer: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Editor: Mercedes Cantero
Music: Enrique de Justo. Javi Vega

Synopsis: Between 1939 and 1962, thousands of political prisoners were involved in the construction of the 160 kilometers of the Bajo Guadalquivir Canal, popularly known as “The Canal of Prisoners.” Through the testimony of the relatives and of the prisoners themselves, the circumstances surrounding this colossal work that is part of the recent history of our land are analyzed, providing unpublished data about this unknown piece of history.

In collaboration with:

Junta de Andalucí­a – Consejerí­a de Cultura – Consejerí­a de Relaciones Institucionales
Fundación El Monte , Caja San Fernando – Obra Social

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Achievements

 

Best Documentary. Sevilla Film Festival. Sección Eurodoc (noviembre 2004)

Human Rights Award in Festival de Nuevo Cine Europeo de Vitoria-Gasteiz (mayo 2005)

28th of February Second Prize. Consejo Asesor de Radio Televisión Española en Andalucí­a (2006)

Broadcasted by Canal 2 Andalucí­a – Canal Sur, TV3 – TV Catalunya, Aragón Televisión y Telesur (Venezuela-Argentina).

TV broadcast rights acquired by Canal Sur y por Televisión Española (TVE) programa LA NOCHE TEMÁTICA. Emisión Marzo 2009.

Prisioners of Silence

Manipai

Credits

 

JANUARY 2003
Animation. 35 mm. 11′

Director and script: Jorge Dayas
Executive Producer:
Julio Sánchez Veiga
Producer:
Lidia Paniego. Miguel Paredes. Carlos Regidor
Music:
Javier Gordillo

Synopsis: In Mayan Latin America two girls are offered as a sacrifice in a ritual. The shaman expelled everybody from de ritual place, but after killing the first victim, the second one manages to escape.

In collaboration with:
Junta de Andalucí­a – Consejerí­a de Cultura
Instituto de las Ciencias y Artes Audiovisuales – ICAA
Comunidad de Madrid – Consejerí­a de las Artes – Dirección General de Promoción Cultural

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Achievements

 

Nominated for Goya Awards in 2003 as Best Animation Short Film
Short Film Award in 2001 in Granada Young Filmmakers Festival.
Best Animation Short Film in and Best Script in Certamen de Cortometrajes de la Diputación de Málaga.
Best Animation Short Film in Certamen de cortometrajes de Andújar.
Best Animation Short Film in Semana Internacional del Cortometraje de San Roque
Best Animation Short Film in Festival de Cine de Écija
Special mention in Primavera Cinematográfica de Lorca.
Best Andalusian Short Film in Festival Internacional Almerí­a en Corto.
Best Andalusian Short Film in Concurso de Cortometrajes “Juan Diego”. Mairena del Aljarafe
Best National Production. Festival Internacional de Animación Mundos Digitales. A Coruña.
Jury Award in Odense Film Festival. Dinamarca.
Broadcasted by por Canal Sur TV.

Manipai

Sour Strawberry

Credits

 

June 10, 2002. 465 immigrant workers enter in Pablo de Olavide University and shut themselves in the building in order to regularize their situation. The immigrant workers organized themselves to get to Seville from different villages of the strawberry producer region, after 6 months in a very precarious situation due to the difficulty in finding a job. These migrant workers have covered in past seasons much of the labor in the harvest of strawberries. Last year, many of these workers staged sit-ins and demonstrations and thanks to that about 3,000 migrant seasonal workers got papers. This year they have to live in shacks made ​​of plastic and in appalling conditions as the government and the bosses decided to replace them with other skilled workers from the Eastern European countries through bilateral agreements. The North Africans and sub-Saharan workers have been purposely excluded. Getting their claims would open a chance of turning down the current Immigration Act whose main goal is condemn to illegality to all undocumented.

In collaboration with: LZ Producciones

Sour Strawberry

Jon Mar Memories

Credits

 

JUNE 2002
Betacam SP. 18′

Director and script: Jesús Carlos Salmerón y Manuel Raya
Cast: José Luis Garcí­a Pérez, Alex O’Dogherty, Isabel Ramírez, Mercedes Bernal
Photography: Alex Catalán
Editor: Miguel Moreno
Music: Santi Martí­nez, Enrique Galera
Sound Tehcnicians: Daniel de Zayas, Juanma López
Sound Editor: Rafael Jiménez, Jorge Marín
Art Director: Marco Kaykeito
Executive Producer: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Associated Producer: Francisco Lomeña, Pablo Durán
Producers: Mª Paz Piñar, Anabel Alonso, Silvia Vázquez, Miguel Paredes
Master Editors: Paco Campano, Mercedes Cantero
Make-up:
Luisa Ballesta, Juanma Palma
Credits Designer: Sebas Talavera

Synopsis: It’s the story of a man educated in accordance with the rules that prevail in our society, in an environment where the group prevails over the individual. A man who one day wakes up from his sweet dream and realizes that life has nothing to do with the existence that has led so far.

Co-produced by 13 Gatos.
In collaboration with Atrium Digital, Loasur Audiovisual y La Zanfoña.

Achievements

 

Best Andalusian Short-film in Certamen Nacional de Cortometrajes de Dos Hermanas (Sevilla).
Best Soundtrack in II Certamen de Cortometrajes Andaluces. Diputación de Málaga.
Broadcasted by Canal 2 – Andalucí­a.

Jon Mar Memories

The Defense of cotton

Credits

 

MAY 2002
Betacam SP. 88′

Director and script: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Assitant Director: Marí­a Rodrí­guez, Mariano Agudo
Sound Technician: Agustín Toranzo
Producer: Miguel Paredes
Editor: Mercedes Cantero

Synopsis: For several weeks in February 2002, cotton producers in Andalusia maintained a pulse with the Ministry of Agriculture, which sought to regulate the sector through liberalizing the planting of this crop. More than 2,000 tractors and combine harvesters coming from all producing areas filled up Sevilla. This is the chronicle of the struggle for the defense of a crop and a production model that has managed to turn cotton into the livelihood of thousands of families in the Andalusian countryside.

Distributed by COAG.

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The Defense of cotton

Death and Resurrection

Credits

 

OCTUBRE 2001

Animaction. 35 mm. 8′

Director, script and animation: Rocío Huertas
Photgraphy:
Alex Catalán. Juan González
Producer Manager:
Julio Sánchez Veiga
3D Animation
: Manuel Gasco
Editor:
Fabián Romero. María Rodrí­guez
Sound Technicians
: Enrique de Justo. Daniel de Zayas. Fabián Romero

Synopsis: A glass stem, which we can found inside a bulb, plays with his filament. A glass globe and a base trap the glass stem inside them, creating the classical light object. An electric musical of beings and objects systematically deprived of their liberty. A cyclical story about buildings boxed, bulbs trapped in caves and tombs absorbed by clouds.

In collaboration with LZ Producciones y Letra M
Junta de Andalucía and Consejerí­a de Cultura

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Achievement

 

Best Andalusian Short-film in 2001. Finalist. ASECAM Awards (AAndalusian Scriptwriters Association)
Best Andalusian Animation Short-film in 2001. Diputación Provincial de Málaga
Mention of the Jury. Festival de Cine de Peñíscola
RTVA Award. Best Andalusian Short-film. Festival Alcances (Cádiz)
Broadcasted by Canal Sur – Canal 2 Andalucía.

Death and Resurrection

Banks

Credits

 

SEPTIEMBRE 1999
35 mm. 12′

Director: Alberto Rodrí­guez y Santi Amodeo
Script Santi Amodeo
Executive Producer: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Photography: Alex Catalán
Sound Technician: Daniel de Zayas
Editor: Antonio J. Fuentes

Synopsis: “Many mornings I plan a robbery, a real robbery. I do it carefully, tying each strand, evaluating every contingency. Nothing is improvised in my robbery…”

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Achievements

 

Second Award in Concurso Ford (Madrid – Septiembre 1.999)
Jury Award in Festival de Cortometrajes de Vitoria-Gasteiz (Diciembre 1999)
Yelmo Cineplex Award. 3ª muestra de cortometrajes Curt Ficcions (Barcelona, Febrero 2.000)
First Prize. XII Festival de Cine de Mula (Murcia – Marzo 2.000).
Best Andalusican Short-film. ASECAM Award (Andalusian Scriptwriters Association) 1.999.
Special Mention (8º Certamen Nacional de Cortometrajes), XIII Semana de Cine Medina del Campo (Abril 2.000)
Best Short-film. “Dragón de Plata”. XXXVIII Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes de Cracovia (Polonia) (Junio 2.000).
Best National Short-film. Special Award in Madrid Film. Cinema Jove (Junio 2.000).
Jury Award and Audience Award in Sección Pardi di Domani en la 53 Edición del
Festival Internacional de Locarno (Suiza) (Agosto 2.000).
First Prize in 3º Festival de Cortometrajes “La Boca del Lobo”. Madrid (Octubre 2.000)
Special Award Filmtel en el 7º Festival Internacional de Cinema del Medi Ambient de Gavá (Barcelona, noviembre 2000)

Broadcasted by Canal +, Canal Satélite Digital, TVE y La 2.

 

Banks

Flying Prohibited (shootings into the air)

Credits

 

 
1997

Betacam SP. 33′

Director and script: Julio Sánchez Veiga. Mariano Agudo Blanco
Producer: Miguel Paredes
Documetation: Agustí­n Toranzo
Editor and photography: Mariano Agudo Blanco

Synopsis: The April 19, 1992, a demonstration against the celebration of the Fifth Centenary (of the discovery of America) was repressed by the National Police of Seville, as a result three people got bullet wounds and a large number were detained. Next days, repression spread across the city, there were 84 detainees and a large number of complaints of ill-treatment in police station. This documentary revives and analyzes the details of a repressive campaign sponsored by political power, carried out by the National Police and supported by the media. Years later protesters were acquitted and the authorship of the shooting by the police was proved. Not a single police officer was sentenced.

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Flying Prohibited (shootings into the air)

Nausea

Credits

 

OCTUBRE 1998

Super 16 mm. 7′

Director and script: Mariano Agudo
Cast: Julián Villagrán, Luichi Mací­as, Rodrigo Ponce de León, Edu Moro
Assistant Director: Alberto Rodrí­guez. Julio Sánchez
Producer: Esperanza Vargas, Miguel Paredes
Production Assistants: Erica Bredy, Oscar Gutiérrez, Dani Cascales
Photography: Juan González
Camera Operators: Juan González. Alex Catalán
Camera Assistant: Edu Moro
Script and Story-Board: Marí­a Rodríguez
Sound Technician: Daniel de Zayas
Sound Effects: Luis Piñero
Editor: Mariano Agudo
Costume: Ropa Positiva
Music: Julián Villagrán. Amphetamine Discharge

Synopsis:A heterosexual young couple travels to the beach. There, in a natural setting, so spacious and serene as agoraphobic, communication problems and latent dissatisfaction arise: nausea.

Achievements

 

Included in the short-film compilation Cinexin-2, el Supercinexín.
Broadcasted by Canal +.
Script awarded in Festival de Alcalá de Henares 1997.

Nausea

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Credits

 

SEPTIEMBRE 1998
Super 16 mm. 7′

Director and script: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Cast: Alex O’Dogherty, Patricia Ortega, Marí­a Luisa Rodríguez, Almudena Ruiz, Belén López, Felix Duarte, Alem Neuma
Director Assistants: Mariano Agudo, Santi Amodeo
Producer: Miguel Paredes, Esperanza Vargas
Photography: ílvaro Alonso
Operador de Cámara: Juan González
Script: María Rodríguez
Music: Luis Piñero
Sound Technician: Daniel de Zayas
Editor: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Special Effects SUpervisor: Óscar León
Costume: Beatriz Moreno
Animation: Marta Murillo, Pepe López
Storyboard: Juan Carlos Marín
Make-up: Enrique González, Inmaculada Salas
Grandmother voice: María Galiana

Synopsis: A woman disappears from Earth abducted by aliens. It took her three years to come back in the same clothes, with the same age and the same gold-tanned skin.

Achievements

 

Included in the short-films collection Cinexin-2, el Supercinexín.
Broadcasted by Canal +.
Best Script in Festival de Alcalá de Henares 1997.

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The Visit

Credits

AGOSTO 1998
Betacam. 12′

Director: Marí­a Rodrí­guez
Cast:
Esperanza Vargas (la chica), Dani Cascales (el amante), Lucía Rodríguez (la vecina), Mireya Forel, Manolo Soriano y Eduardo Montero (el tribunal)
Script: Beatriz Moreno, Myriam León, María Rodríguez
Photography: Mariano Agudo
Camera Operator: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Editor: Mariano Agudo
Producer: Miguel Paredes
Original Song “La Visita
Music: Enrique de Justo, Manolo Solo
Lyric: Beatriz Moreno, Manolo Solo
Performed by:
Enrique de Justo (Guitarras), Manolo Solo (Guitarra, Bajo y Voz), Elena Fernández (Voz), Beatriz Moreno, Esperanza Vargas y Myriam León (coros)

Synopsis: My belly gave me a shocking and premature surprise. A trickle of blood began to fall in a winding path down my legs up to my rib socks. Grandma said that bomb would explode in my belly every 28 days for the rest of my life..

Links

http://elcaminorubi.com/

http://rojomenstrual.blogspot.com.es/

The Visit

Holidays in Peace

Credits

 

NOVIEMBRE 1997
Betacam SP. 50′

Director: Julio Sánchez Veiga y Mariano Agudo
Producer: Miguel Paredes
Script: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Producer Assistants: Óscar Gutiérrez Santiuste, Mohamed Alá­ Larbi
Camera Operator: Mariano Agudo, Julio Sánchez Veiga
Documentation: Esperanza Vargas, Mireya Forel, Manolo Soriano
Soundtrack: Luis Piñero
Editor: Prado Melero

Synopsis: For years, thousands of Sahrawi children from the refugee camps in southern Algeria, in the desert, have spent the summer months in Europe thanks to the “Holidays in Peace” Project. This documentary follows their adventure: life in the camps, living with families in Andalusia and the exciting journey back home.

In collaboration with Asociación de Amistad con el Pueblo Saharaui and Canal Sur.

Achievements

 

Broadcasted by Canal Sur TV, Canal Sur Satélite and many local TV.
Distributed by Asociación de Amistad con el Pueblo Saharaui – Andalucí­a

Holidays in Peace

The milk cow

Credits

 

MARZO 1997
16 mm. 4′

Director: Julio Sánchez Veiga y Mariano Agudo
Photography: Mariano Agudo
Camera Assistant: Lucí­a Rodrí­guez
Script and voice over: Julio Sánchez Veiga
Producer: Miguel Paredes
Music: Luis Piñero

Sinopsis: Is existentialism a feeling exclusively human? We drive nature at will and to our own profit. But, what about the cows? Have you ever stopped thinking how do the cows convicted at the dairy , imprisoned by men, stripped meadow and extension …? convicted, imprisoned man, deprived of meadows and openness…?

 

Images

 

 

Achievements

 

Included in short-film collection Cinexin
Broadcasted by Canal +.
First Prize in IX Certamen de Video Joven. Sevilla 1998.

The milk cow

Kurdistán, the forbidden country

Credits

 

APRIL 1996 / SEPTEMBER 1998
Betacam SP. 20′

Director: Mariano Agudo. Julio Sánchez Veiga
Script:
Julio Sánchez Veiga
Camera Operator:
Mariano Agudo
Producer
: Vicente Dí­az. Miguel Paredes
Editor
: Mariano Agudo

Synopsis: In March 1996, during the celebration of Newroz (Kurdish National Day), three sevillian journalists, accompanying a delegation of international observers, travelled to Turkish Kurdistan. There, they see the reality of Kurdish people, harassed and repressed by the military and police presence kept by the Turkish government in the area since 1984. This documentary was re-edited and updated in 1998, after a second trip to Kurdistan.

Achievements

 

Best Documentary in II Concurso Internacional de Video Lorca 1996
Best Documentary in IV Certamen de Video Argumental y Documental de la Cuadrilla de Laguardia (Álava). Marzo 1998.
Spanish chosen candidate in Certamen UNICA 1998
International Diploma Certamen UNICA en Zillertal, Austria, 1998
Secondary Award in Certamen de Video Injuve 1998, organized by Ministerio de Trabajo y Asuntos Sociales
Best Awareness Work in Festival Internacional de Cinema i Video del Medi Ambient de Gavá (Barcelona),1998.
Broadcasted by Canal Sur TV.

Kurdistán, the forbidden country
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