SEA CHILD

News:

July, 2014.  The film wins Accolade Competition Award.

July 27, 2014: The film premiers at FanTasia International Film Festival, Montreal.

September, 2014. The film is screened at Toronto Independent Film Festival.

November 6, 7, 8, 9.

The films is screened at Aesthetica International Shorts Film Festival, UK

The film is selected as the Short of the Month.

December, 2014 – March, 2015:

Screenings at Festival International Signes de Nuit in Paris,  Jaipur International Film Festival, Women’s Director International Film Festival in Dehli, Erie International Film Festival

May, 2015: The film is accepted into Cannes Short Film Corner.

September: screenings in Brazil, India, Florida.

Review: https://vaguevisages.com/2014/11/17/review-marina-schrons-sea-child-2014-short-film/

 

Sea Child, a short film, 12 min 29 sec., 2014, written and directed by Marina Shron.

Produced by Zulutime Media and Cuckoo’s Nest Films. In Spanish with English subtitles.

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Director’s notes:

“As a child,  I could stare at the water for hours. Its surface was like   liquid  mirror – on the other side of it, I could see myself freed from the burden of gravity and time. I wondered as a child – why can’t we, humans, live in the water?  It seemed  — all it would take is a jump…”

Trailer:

Sea Child Trailer

 

Stills:

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 CAST:

        Federica Cafferata   as Lila

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  Viniya Machado  as Mom

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Juan Manuel Diaz as Tourist

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Production Photos:  

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From left to Right: Henru Quiroga, DP; Alejandro Sierra, Costumes;Natalia Nunez, Ar Director, Jairo Gonzalez, producer.

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