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Burgos directs his first short film “Violencias periféricas” that fuses cinematic realism with surreal elements projected by gis characters

Burgos directs his first short film “Violencias periféricas” that fuses cinematic realism with surreal elements projected by gis characters

The audiovisual distributor and producer Davinia Burgos (Ojos Abiertos Films) debuts her role as a director with the short film Violencias Periféricas shot in Málaga during the month of September of this year. Burgos’s debut feature presents a realistic style impregnated by surrealism printed by the characters who walk through three stories in which they address issues such as psychological violence, mental health and the breaking of bonds between women. Three stories that maintain the current world marked by the impersonalization to which the subject is subjected as a backdrop, in the words of the young director.

This short film features the participation of Javier Casado Sudupe as composer of the original soundtrack, which has three Oscar nominations, various Goyas and awards from the European Film Academy. His career is worth noting that he has been the composer and arranger of Hable con ella, La mala Educación, Volver and La Piel Que Habito by Pedro Almodóvar and Lucía y elsexual by Julio Medem.

“The filming has had a very positive energy and harmony in the filming,” highlights Burgos after filming. The director is satisfied with the desire for creation that has been felt among the filming team and the close collaboration between the direction of the short film, the director of photography, video assist, focus puller and gaffer who have been able to translate her imagery with high quality. interior as a creator together with the art, costumes, hairdressing and characterization department. “The production team has been able to effectively manage the filming in addition to providing the necessary resources for it, the direction team has been able to carry the energy of the filming in a masterful way together with the script that put its focus on all the details and the sound department has achieved a clean sound full of reality,” emphasizes Davinia Burgos. “It is worth highlighting the good work and generosity of the actors and actresses who have gone out of their way to give life to the various characters, as well as the figuration,” according to the creator.

The team of this work is made up of Davinia Burgos as director; the script by Davinia Burgos and Marta Marín as co-writer; Gabriela Zubieta as first assistant director; Warrior ribbon as script; Burgos as executive producer; the distribution of Ojos Abiertos Films; Angélica Leiva as production director; Marta Luna as production assistant; Mario Oliva as director of photography and DOP; Sebastián Fernández as video assist, electric, focus puller and clapperboard; Carlos H. Ramos as gaffer and still cameraman; Yeray Ferrer as head of sound; Fernando Pozo as editor; Javier Casado Sudupe as OST composer; Elia Caro as art director; Carmen Tinoco as wardrobe manager; Nelliel Jiménez Salandar and Lola Mesa as wardrobe assistants; Annia Galeote as head of hairdressing and characterization; Carmen Moreno, Pilar Blanco, Monti Casquel, Nicolás Colón, Gema Burgos, Javier Hueso, Juan José Burgos (“Burín”) as interpreters; and María Prieto and Gustavo León as extras. In addition, this short film has had the collaboration of Rental de Iluminación Setolite, Alquilavisual, Fernando Tresviernes, Official College of Psychologists of Eastern Andalusia, Angélica Leiva for location and catering, El Costurero de Mercedes and María Campaña Almellón.

Davinia Burgos is director of the distributor and production company Ojos Abiertos Films and is the first woman owner of a company dedicated to audiovisual distribution in Andalusia. His career is supported by more than one hundred selections in both national and international film festivals. In addition, as a distributor it has three feature films with nominations for the Goya and selections at the Marché du Film de Cannes and the Montreal World Film Festival that qualifies for the Oscars.

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