Spain · 2020 · Documentary
18′ 35” · Colour · 1.39:1 · HD · Spanish
Subtitles: English, French
The 21st century has begun with a contradictory crossover: a global economic transformation and a technological revolution.
Two realities that have disrupted customs and traditions to witness drifts with times that are sluggish and shaken without knowing where.
The space that Derivas portrays, linked to the sea and fishing, begins to be inhabited by errant flows of people with interests very different from the origin of the place, redrawing and relocating new events…
Written, directed and edited by / Nayra Sanz Fuentes
Cinematography by/ Víctor Moreno and Nayra Sanz Fuentes
Production manager / Alberto Bódalo Valcárcel
Assistant Director / Javier Sanz Fuentes and Carlos Vásquez
Post-production / Alberto Bódalo Valcárcel
Sound editing / César Molina
Sound mixing / Nacho Royo-Vilanova
Foley / Alex F. Capilla
Graphic design / Laura Millán
Produced by / Rinoceronte Films
On returning to Spain she set up a production company called Rinoceronte Films, whose mission is to produce films and develop cultural projects. At the moment, her filmography contains seven fiction and non-fiction shorts: Selfie (2019), In Those Lands (2018), Sub Terrae (2017), Just Another Day (2014), Things in Common (2011), Encounter (2010) and Anniversary (2009). Overall, they have been screened at more than 200 film festivals worldwide and have won several awards including the Caracola Alcances prize at the Cadiz Documentary Film Festival, the Edward Snowden prize and the Miradas Doc Award, among others.
Her first feature-length film, As Old as the World (2012), won the Círculo Precolombino de Oro at the 29th International Film Festival of Bogotá and has also been screened at many other festivals and in cultural centres and universities. She has also worked as unit production manager and editor for the documentary film Edificio España (2014), nominated for the Goya Awards in 2015, and as co-producer and co-scriptwriter for The Hidden City (2018), both directed by Víctor Moreno. At once, she is a former programmer for Ciclo Docma at Matadero Madrid and has also lectured at the Master in Documentary Film at the LENS School of Visual Arts in Madrid.” title_font_options=”tag:div” subtitle_font_options=”tag:div” font_options=”tag:div” team_member_name=”Nayra Sanz Fuentes”]