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CREOLE BALLS – Uan Vicente Manrique, Vittorio Dugarte Barbarito (Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, 2019) 12′

BRUSSELS SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2019, CINE LAS AMERICAS 2019, MIAMI SHORT FILM FEST 2019

Oscar and Paco live in a country where a fascist revolution has been imposed for the last 50 years forcing the people to live stark naked. The two lifelong friends enjoy a sunny day on the beach. As they chat they fall into a discussion provoked by the difference between opinions regarding the revolution; Oscar has his doubts of the revolutionary process, however Paco is a proud conformist and a faithful believer of the movement. Although they have differences in their ways of thinking, both will end up realizing that doesn’t matter what you think, you are just too small to do something about it.

Juan Vicente Manrique Gómez. Born in Caracas, Venezuela on September 3, 1993. Currently living in Mexico City. Degree in Media Communication at UCAB in Caracas. Director and photographer of a documentary series of the violation of human rights in Venezuela call “Nunca Jamás en Venezuela”. Jury member of the Green Drop Award at the 76th Venice International Film Fest.
Vittorio Gerardo Dugarte Barbarito. 08/20/1995 Caracas, Venezuela. Bachelor in Media Communication from the UCAB in Caracas. After finishing his bachelor studies, he moved to Madrid to study a master in fiction direction. Future jury member of the 2nd edition of the Duemila30 Shortfilm Festival in Milan and of the Green Drop Award of the 76th Venice International Film Fest.

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