First, the director of TANGOS ARE FOR TWO, Jaime Chavarri, focuses his camera on famed singer Luis Eduardo Aute.
Pilar Miro (in her final film) collaborates with the great vocalist Victor Manuel.
Masterful filmmaker José Luis García Sánchez captures the intense poetry of singer/songwriter Joaquin Sabina.
Director Fernando Trueba (THE GIRL OF YOUR DREAMS) lets it rip with Michel Camilo and his irresistible blend of Latin jazz and salsa.
Director Miguel Crespi’s "Puta De Oros" (13 min.) is the story of Adrián, a "rent-boy" of a different kind, who finds fame is not all he had dreamed of since childhood.
Featuring outrageous "naked" costumes "Ruleta" (Roulette) (12 min.), from director Roberto Santiago, is a quintessential Spanish black comedy about a group of housewives who argue, drink coffee and shoot guns, as seen from the point-of-view of a washing machine! Featuring Aitana Sánchez Gijón.
Director José Javier Martínez’s "Luz" (8min.), winner of the Production Value Award at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, is a beautiful, sweet animated short about where we come from and the comfort of home, wherever we find it.
David Pareja & Alvaro Pastor’s "Los Dardo Del Amor" ("The Dark Parts of Love") (21 min.) is set in the 1960’s and examines the dark secrets of two upwardly-mobile couples. José Luis Barrios Trevino’s "Movil Immortal" looks at the dark side of the cell phone revolution.
Jorge Torregrossa’s "Desiree" (14 min.) is set immediately after WW II as a couple tries to resolve their marital problems in the form of two sailors.
Juan Cruz’s "El Olor De Las Manzanas" ("The Secret of Apples") (12 min.) in which Violet watches over her comatose sister in a hospital and decides to expose her deepest secrets.
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