La maldita primavera

Marc Ferrer

Spain 61 min min Fiction

Synopsis

In this film about being young and different, about music and cinema, everything comes from a song, the one that appears in the title. And everything is revealed to be magical and carefree, as if someone were filming the world for the first time. But we don’t have to get transcendent, because Damned Spring is a praise of improvisation, of chance encounters in the streets and in bars, and also of the aliens that live among us.

Filmmaker

Marc Ferrer

Graduated in Audiovisual Communication at UPF, Ferrer has directed several short films and video clips for groups such as Papa Topo or La Prohibida. He made his debut with the feature film Nos parecía importante, premiered worldwide at D’A 2016, and later he directed La maldita primaveraPuta y amada and El corazón rojo, all screened at D’A, a festival with which he lives a long romance and where he has also shot parts of his films. ¡Corten! (2021) was nominated for best “Arrebato” film at the Feroz Awards.

Filmography: Reír, cantar, tal vez llorar (2024, D'A 2024), ¡Corten! (2021, D'A 2021), El corazón rojo (mid-length film, 2020, D'A 2020), Mi odio en tu corazón (short, 2019), Puta y amada (2018, D'A 2018), La maldita primavera (2017, D'A 2017), Nos parecía importante (2016, D’A 2016)

Marc Ferrer

Film information

Original Title: Marc Ferrer
Director: Marc Ferrer
Script: Marc Ferrer, Paco Serrano
Contact: Marc Ferrer
With: Beatriz Escribano, Sònia Montoya, Oscar Huerta, Adrià Arbona, Júlia Fandos, Mónica del Raval, Gregorio Sanz, Marc Ferrer
Country: Spain
Year: 2017
Format: DCP
Length: 61 min min
Language: Spanish
Edition: 2017