I See a Darkness

Teatre: Cinemes Albeniz, sala: 8

Día: 5, Mes: 11, Hora: 17,

Programa: Documental II,  Categoria: Documental, Durada: 78 minutos

País: El Paso United States, Director: James Arrabito

Web de la pel·lícula: http://centennial-films.com/i-see-a-darkness


Sinopsi: Alex is a photographer working for a commercial agency. He’s weary from creating uninspired content at the job and an increasingly dysfunctional relationship at home. The more he tries to fit in at work and justify his relationship the further away those bonds become. As his malaise grows unbearable he self-destructively becomes infatuated with a prostitute. A mixture of memories and revelations emerge as he struggles to accept his past, present, and possible futures.


Crèdits:

Dirección: James Arrabito, Guió: 1, Fotografia: Jesus Genaro Limon, Arte: Laura Muñoz, Muntage: Zach Passero, Música Jim Ward, Repartiment: Frank Leal, Laura Corral, Krista Mirel, Austin Savage


Informació sobre el director:

James Arrabito is an El Paso TX based writer, director, and producer. His first feature film, “Brooklyn Unemployed,” won Best Narrative Feature at the Greenpoint Film Festival, and toured the United States festival circuit. While studying in NYC at Brooklyn College, his short film “We Can Get Them for You Wholesale” won the National Board of Review grant for best student film securing his membership in the organization. During this time he also interned for Ted Hope and Anne Carey at the production company This is That. His next projects are a recently completed feature film titled “I See a Darkness,” and “The Virtuous” currently in development. His short film “Ghosts of Mexico” has won a full grant from the Museums and Cultural Affairs Department of El Paso (MCAD), and will begin shooting sometime in the near future. Having moved back to Texas from NYC James looks forward to continue exploring the southwest through film.

 

 

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