Halfway between film essay and video-souvenir, this story is framed about family links. Using the images recorded on a cruise ship made by his parents, the author invokes a dystopian society where the problems of collective coexistence are solved by an algorithm and where the prohibition of abortion is compensated by a law that allows parents to prosecute their children if, at the age of 30, they have not fulfilled the expectations placed on them. In La Veda, the author’s voice-over derives on his fatherly figures, stripping them with brutal honesty under the gaze of an existential void shaped like a virus and with the only testimony of a video camera that is treated as if it were a newcomer to the world.

Session Un Impulso Colectivo – Shorts 3


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

Paco Chanivet

Paco Chanivet

(Sevilla, 1984) He has a degree in Fine Arts and has studied Social and Cultural Anthropology. He lives and works in Barcelona. Some of his contributions in the national artistic field have been for Sala d’Art Jove, La Virreina, EspaiDos – Sala Muncunill, Getxoarte, C.C. Las Cigarreras, ADN Platform, Arts Santa Mònica, Matadero Madrid, La Capella and Espai 13 of the Fundació Miró.


La Veda (curt, 2018), Jornada de 8 actos (curt, 2015)


Carla Simón

The director of Summer 1993 returns to the festival with this short that aims to raise awareness about AIDS, but does not abandon the luminosity of this very personal author.


Carlota Oms

The first short film by Carlota Oms has managed to become, in a very short time, an instant classic. He participated in the Sundance Festival.


Manuel Palma

What starts as a conceptual short film ends up as a metaphor for our time. And a brilliant sound work has just shaped this powerful cinematographic hallucination.