30 minutes. Lots of dialogues. They used to be two, then three, then two again. Now he is one and it’s like a dull pain. Once, they used to talk about Athens and Pericles, sometimes they even talked about wat they felt. Now, he doesn’t talk. But he has read a book, from one of those distant voices. And so he remembers, he writes a letter, he imagines he speaks to someone. And who knows, maybe it’s true, maybe he speaks to someone. On friendship. On love. On memory. On oblivion. And a bit of democracy, too.
Pablo García Canga
He graduated in Film Direction at La Fémis in Paris. He has directed several short films and has been a scriptwriter for films by filmmakers such as Gonzalo García Pelayo, Santos Díaz or Ángel Santos, among others. At the same time, he works as a programmer in Punto de Vista Film Festival, writes reviews for magazines such as Lumière, Détour, Foco or SoFilm, and has translated several books and has published one about Yasujirō Ozu.
Filmography: The Lands of Heaven (2023, D'A 2023), On the Empty Dancefloor (short film, 2022, D'A 2023), La nuit d'avant (short film, 2019, D'A 2020), De l'amitié (short film, 2018, D'A 2019), Cuando supo que estaba muerto (mid-length film, 2014), Retrato en dos tiempos (mid-length film, 2014), Pissing Territories (short film, 2012), Para Julia (mid-length film, 2004)