LA MUGRE

LA MUGRE

Cheap disco lights, Spotify playlists and a lot of beer cans: that’s the party where Ada, Rita and Marc are celebrating once more their eternal youth. They dance, drink and love each other, surrounded by their music and their people. It’s starting to get warmer; they’ve got all summer and all their lives ahead of them. They are the future, the generation where inclusion meets narcisism and will meets uncertainty. The generation that wants to change the world while it’s falling apart around them. But this party is special. Tonight, something really heavy will happen, something no one has ever prepared them for that will tear apart everything they took for granted. For the first time, they will have to face tomorrow and choose if tonight will be the worst or best night of their lives.

Session Un Impulso Colectivo – Short 1

 

Presented by the director
Eligible for: Premi del públic curt UIC

Pau Bösch

Pau Bösch

(Manresa, 1996) Interested in the visual and plastic arts, he has taken care of the visual part of the direction, as well as the art direction of La mugre, his first short film. He is currently finishing his studies in New York, at Queens College.

FILMOGRAPHY

La mugre (curt, 2019)

Berta Galvany

Berta Galvany

(Barcelona, 1996) She has always been linked to the world of theater, and she has played in different youth companies. Thus, her interest in the direction of acting. She is currently finishing her studies in Paris, at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle III.

FILMOGRAPHY

La mugre (curt, 2019)

ANTHROPOCENE: THE HUMAN EPOCH

Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier i Edward Burtynsky

Documentary that follows the investigation of a group of scientists that investigates the profound changes caused by the passage of the human being on Earth.

ARI Y YONAY PASAN EL RATO

Yonay Boix, Ariadna Onofri

D'A's old acquaintance, Yonay Boix joins forces with Ariadna Onofri to stand behind and in front of the camera in a pleasant exercise in cinematic impudence.

LA CASA DE VERANO

Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

An exercise of self-fiction mark of the director, with a sardonic look at a bourgeois family very similar to that of the filmmaker herself.