Proyectos

PROJECT: THE SEE STARES AT US FROM AFAR (2017)

PARTICIPATION: Co-Produced by 59 en Conserva.
TEAM:

In co-production with Azhar Media, El Viaje Films and CTM Productions.

Director: Manuel Muñoz Rivas

Cinematography: Mauro Herce

Editing: Cristóbal Fernández, Pablo Gil Rituerto

Sound: Joaquín Pachón, Jeroen Goeijers, Manuel Muñoz Rivas 

 
DCP Dolby 5.1
Documentary / Fiction (Hybrid). Spain - Netherlands. 93 minutes
Shooting location: Andalusia, Spain
Language: Spanish
 
Abycine Lanza Award - Work-in-Progress
 
World Premiere: Berlin International Film Festival - Berlinale Forum
 
Awards: Best Documentary Film - Cinespaña Festival du Cinéma Espagnol de Toulouse
               Deluxe Award - Festival de Cine Europeo de Sevilla SEFF
               Critics's Award for Best Feature Film - L'Alternativa
               Night Awad - Festival International Signes de Nuit
               6 ASECAN Awards Nominations:
                        Best Documentary Film
                        Best New Director
                        Best Production
                        Best Sound
                        Best Script
                ASECAN Award - Best Documentary Film
                Ricard Leacock Award - LPA International Film Festival  
                Jury's Special Mention - MiradasDoc
 
Festivals: Berlinale | Hong Kong International Film Festival | Festival Lima Independiente | Cinespaña | Pravo Ljudski Film Festival | Festival de Cine Europeo de Sevilla SEFF | FIDOCS | L'Alternativa | Cineuropa | Muestra de Cine de Lanzarote | Festival International Signes de Nuit | MiradasDoc | Festival Internacional de Cine UNAM | Las Palmas International Film Festival | Fajr International Film Festival | Festival Internacional de Jóvenes Realizadores FIJR Granda | LA OLA
 
Synopsis: The legend of an ancient and forgotten civilization lies buried under a large expanse of dunes. For more than a century, several travelers have reached this remote and desolate territory looking for traces of ancient inhabitants, ruins of a city, or perhaps a sort of lost utopia. Unaware of these myths and the romantic delusions of archaeologists and adventurers, a few men, barely visible among the dunes, inhabit today in solitude that place facing the sea.
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