EL GRAN ZAMBINI

The remains of an ancient circus can still be seen in the outskirts of a big city.

regia / director igor legaretta, emilio pérez
sceneggiatura / screenplay david abia, igor legarreta, emilio pérez
fotografia / cinematographer david tudela
montaggio / editing josé sánchez
musica / music fernando velázquez
suono / sound dolby srd
cast / cast emilio gavira, aníbal tártalo, esperanza de la vega
genere / genre fiction
formato originale / original format 35 mm – color
durata / running time 15’
anno di produzione / year of production 2005
paese di produzione / country of production spagna / spain
produzione / production aprieta fuerte
distribuzione / distribution kimuak

The remains of an ancient circus can still be seen in the outskirts of a big city.

IGOR LEGARRETA, EMILIO PÉREZ
Igor Legarreta and Emilio Pérez were born in Bilbao in 1973 and in 1974 respectively. They both graduated in Audiovisual Communications at the University of the Basque Country, EHU/UPV. They have been jointly writing and directing their own scripts since 1994. Their first short films have been awarded several prizes at different film festivals and in 1999 they shot their first film “El trabajo”, which won awards at the Locarno and Montpellier Film Festivals.

2005 El gran Zambini (corto, short); 2003 Room 301 (corto, short), Lost (corto, short); 2001 La jaula (corto, short); 1999 El trabajo (corto, short); 1997 Al, Ben & Gail (corto, short); 1996 Castoman (El hombre casto); 1994 El rincón del Salvador (corto, short).

 

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