Jazmines en Lídice (en)

Jazmines en Lídice

Original version: 

Espagnol

First movie: 

Premier film

Director: 

Rubén Sierra Salles

Country: 

  • Mexico
  • Venezuela

Year: 

2017

Length: 

70 min

Scriptwriter: 

Karin Valecillos

Editor: 

Paloma López Carrillo, Maricarmen Merino

Compositeur: 

Ruben D’hers

Director of photography: 

Michell Rivas

Actors: 

Gladys Prince (Meche), Rossana Hernández (Anabel), Patrizia Fusco (Dayana), Tatiana Mabo (Sandra), Indira Jiménez (Yoli), Elizabeth Quintanales (Aída)

Production: 

Brief synopsis of the project: 

Meche has not got over the absence of his son Raúl; his room remains intact, his clothes are still in the closet. Challenged by an imminent danger, her daughters Dayana and Anabel try to convince her to leave Lídice, the neighborhood where she has lived her entire life. With Dayana’s birthday for excuse, the family gathers, even Raúl’s wife comes over. The meeting becomes painful, bursting with complaints and open wounds, before the feeble gaze of whom who feels responsible for the misery of those who stayed behind.

Soutiens: 

CNAC Production support (Centro Nacional Autónomo de Cinematografía)
Ibermedia Coproduction support
Puerto Lab - Cartagena International Film Festival

Director's biography: 

Rubén Sierra Salles studied Electrical Engineering at the Simon Bolivar University in Caracas where he was head of the Film Center and programmer at the Film Club. He directed several shorts and along Marianela Illas produced the feature films El Amparo and La Familia. Jazmines en Lídice is his first feature film.

Filmography: 

2009 - Abasto - short film

Notes de production: 

CINE CERCANO is a young Venezuelan production company founded by Marianela Illas whose goal is to develop Venezuelan films with artistic aspects that can also engage to a broader audience. Marianela has produced several feature films including El Amparo, La Familia, Jazmines en Lidice and is currently developing Perro Negro.

Production: 

CINE CERCANO, TUMBARRANCHO FILMS (Venezuela) - Marianela Illas

Coproduction: 

MONIFATO (Mexico) - Rafael Simón Pereyra