Two lovers appeal to each other in the empty streets of Madrid, lost in the first dawn of 2018. Both of them cross a mountain tunnel the last night of 1999. They keep the same age, but their names are different. They want to get to a rave party where hundreds of youngsters like them will welcome 21st century. The car stops at the entrance of the woods, among the far music echoes, but the party and their lives empty out in the middle of a deluded night. In the first morning of the new millennium, they will contemplate the future. They will see Europa burn. *World première
Miguel Ángel Pérez Blanco
Miguel Ángel Pérez Blanco has a degree in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Salamanca. In 2008, Miguel moved to Madrid and enrolled in ECAM (Madrid’s school of cinema) in order to complete his studies. His second year short film, “Road to the Atlantic” (2011, 12′. HD. ECAM) has been showed in festivals across Spain and the rest of Europe, having received various awards and accolades. In 2012, he founded Zapruder Films, where he directed and produced his latest short film “Dinosaurs don’t live here anymore”, whose premiere is due for the start of 2013.
Filmography: Europa (2017), Los dinosaurios ya no viven aquí (curt, 2014), Carretera al atlántico (curt, 2012)