Father and son are emotionally and physically separate the day that Earth loses gravity intermittently. The child wanders the city obsessed in responding to the recent death of his mother, while his father tries to find him in a world that is collapsing around him.
Key People (cast, crew, etc.):
FATHER: RYAN EGGOLD
SON: FELIX AVITIA
SOMBER MAN: DAVID ATKINSON
VFX STUDIO:ENTROPY STUDIO
JAIME CEBRIÁN ORGAZ IGNACIO LACOSTA RONCO
JORDI COSTA XICOTA
PEDRO CABRERA CAMPOY IGOR DE CASTRO LUENGO CRISTINA POBO
DAVID BLANCO CASTILLERO
ANTONIO LASALA ALASTUEY
JAIME CEBRIÁN ORGAZ
CARLOS RUBIO GARCÍA CARLOS SANCHEZ ZAERA DAVID RUIZ OSTABAL JUAN CARLOS ATARÉS ENRIQUE ALBALAD TAMARGO ALEJANDRO PERALTA ESPAÑOL JAVIER ORTEGA ATENCIA ALVAREZ DE MIRANDA FERNADO
SERGIO PASTOR GONZALEZ
JESÚS MARÍN JACA
LAURA BARGE RUIZ
ANA REVILLA HERNANDO SANDRA HULSHOF
CASTING BY: YESI RAMIREZ AND EVE STREGER
SOUND MIXER: OMAR BARRAZA
MUSIC BY: MIQUEL COLL
COTUME DESIGN: ANDREA FEDERMAN
EDITOR: DAVID VICTORI PAU BACARDIT
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: TYLER JENSEN
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: DANIEL ARANYO
SOUND DESIGN: BOI MARTÍNEZ
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: RIDLEY SCOTT
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: MICHAEL FASSBENDER LIZA MARSHALL
PRODUCERS: JACK ARBUTHNOTTJAIME BURKE DAVID VICTORI
CO-PRODUCER: EDUARDO VERÁSTEGUI JUAN IGNACIO PEÑA SEBASTIAN MERY IGNACIO LACOSTA
Why did you decide to submit to FirstGlance?
We already knew the festival and we thought it would give visibility to our project.
Will someone from your team be attending FirstGlance?
What is something you feel is important for our readers to know about your film?
It’s a film we were working for three years because the complex vfx, but the most important thing for me in the film is the feelings. The vfx only make sense if they are helping to show the feeling from the main characters.
What should viewers expect from your film?
Emotion and surprise. Hope the high concept from the film surprise them and then the emotions from the story touch them.
Do you have any production stories our readers might enjoy?
After the audition from the kid (Felix Avitia) a lot of people from the crew reviewed the audition and we started to cry all at the same time, that was really special and surprising… suddenly the art director entered in the office where we were crying and he didn’t understand anything at all… 🙂
Where can our readers find more information about your film? (website, social media, etc.)
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