Camila, a young Argentine theater director, travels from Buenos Aires to New York to attend an artistic residency to develop her new project: a Spanish translation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Hermia & Helena introduces Buenos Aires to New York, bouncing between hemispheres, translating Spanish to English, and clashing the written words of Shakespeare against the realities of modern life. *Catalan première
Recommended for young audiences
He studied at the Argentine Cinema University and obtained a Radcliffe scholarship to study at Harvard. Her career has been seen, almost entirely, in D’A, where he landed in 2013 with Viola, and later with La princesa de Francia, Hermia & Helena and Isabella. His films form a beautiful, fun and original set that plays with the theatricality of everyday life, always close to Shakespeare. In 2016 he was part of the D’A jury.
Filmography: Sycorax (short, codirected, 2021, D'A 2022), Isabella (2020, D'A 2021), Hermia & Helena (2016, D'A 2017), Is It Raining? (short, 2016), La princesa de Francia (2014, D'A 2015), Viola (2012, D'A 2013), Rosalinda (short, 2011), Todos mienten (2009), El hombre robado (2007), A propósito de Buenos Aires (2006)