Derivas

Nayra Sanz Fuentes

Un impulso colectivo - Curts Spain 19 min Catalan premiere

Synopsis

The beginning of the 21st century is marked by a contradictory intersection between the transformation of the global economy and the revolution in new technologies. These two disparate new realities have disrupted customs and traditions and are now bearing witness to different drifts. The place portrayed in Derivas (Drifts), associated with the frontier of the sea and fishing boats, begins to be occupied by nomadic flows of people whose interests are very different to the origin of this place, completely redrawing and resituating new events.

SESSIONS

01/05/2021 – 20:00H – ZUMZEIG
08/05/2021 – 17:30H – AUDITORI CCCB
09/05/2021 – 16:00H – AUDITORI CCCB
09/05/2021 – 20:00H – AUDITORI CCCB
This short film is part of the session Un Impulso Colectivo Curts: Joves Programadors Moving Cinema and Un Impulso Colectivo Shorts: The Forthcoming World.

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Themes

Spanish CinemaShort FilmFemale DirectorDocumentarySocial Issues

Director

Nayra Sanz Fuentes

She is a filmmaker, with a degree in Hispanic Philology and a Master’s in Film Directing in New York. She has directed seven short films, between fiction and documentary, which have been screened at more than 200 festivals and have received numerous awards. Her debut feature, Tan antiguo como el mundo, won the Golden Círculo Precolombino at the Bogotá Film Festival, and her film Sub Terrae was awarded in Alcances, Medina del Campo and Abycine.

Filmography: Derivas (curt, 2020), Selfie (curt, 2019), En esas tierras (curt, 2017), Sub Terrae (curt, 2017), Un día cualquiera (curt, 2014), Tan antiguo como el mundo (2012), Things in Common (curt, 2011), Encounter (curt, 2010), Anniversary (curt, 2009)

Nayra Sanz Fuentes

Film information

Int. title: Drifts
Address: Nayra Sanz Fuentes
Script: Nayra Sanz Fuentes
Contact: Marvin & Wayne
Country: Spain
Year: 2020
Format: Digital
Length: 19 min
Language: English, Spanish
Subtitles: Spanish

Poster

Derivas