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La noche amarilla

Original Title (If different): 
La noche amarilla
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Production year: 
January, 2013
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He is a film director and a Honduran  writer, established in Madrid. Graduated from the International School of Film and Television of San Antonio de los Baños (EICTV), earning the specialty of film directing. He also studied cinematography at the Film Institute of Madrid (NIC). At the University of Puerto Rico he earned a degree in Comparative Literature and Drama. He has directed and written twenty short films. This year a Spanish production company is finding finance for his feature film script La Cabaña.
Currently he is preparing his debut Las Cartas de Carmelo, a project which won the Cinergia project development award, and which has been at the Typa workshop in Colón, Argentina; at the Guadalajara Talent Campus, and at the Producers Encounter of the Cartagena International Film Festival. His most prominent works are: Memoria de los peces, Memoria de la lluvia, De lo que no hablan los muertos, Las flores de Octavio, Elsie Beckman and Torpeza del futuro.

Film director: 
Enrique Medrano
Victoria Paz/Enrique Medrano
Enrique Medrano
Rocío Gattinoni
Film photographer: 
José Manuel Alguacil
Olivia Hernández
Art Director: 
Victoria Paz
Cast 1: 
Gonzalo de Santiago
Cast 2: 
Rosa Berned
Film synopsis: 
<div class="wysiwyg_viewer_skins_WRichTextSkintxt1" height="160" id="WRchTxth" style="visibility: visible; left: 19px; top: 25px; width: 360px; min-height: 160px; position: absolute;" width="360"> <div class="richTextContainer wysiwyg_viewer_skins_WRichTextSkintxt1-richTextContainer"> <p class="alignJustify"><span class="font_8"><span class="color_12">Ismael will leave the country, Spain, with his girlfriend, but the night before the trip he spends many hours awake, unable to sleep. A thought anguishes and makes him run away from home and wander the streets only to reach the home of Teresa, his best friend. During a night stroll through the empty streets of Madrid reappear intense hidden feelings that will lead them to a dead end.</span></span><span class="color_12">​</span></p> </div> </div> <p>&nbsp;</p>
Budget Range: 
Under $10 000
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About La noche amarilla

The yellow night comes as part of a trilogy of short films about the Inevitable. In each film this theme is studied in different viewpoints. In the case of The yellow night, the inevitable doesn´t comes to the lives of the characters as something external, coming from nowhere to change their lives. Here what is irremediable is born in themselves, from their inner lives and circumstances. Ismael and Teresa fight against this. Personally, this struggle is what interests me more, because it is through this fight that human beings discover who we really are.
Another motivation behind The yellow night, beside the theme, is the intention to make a work with low budget but with good quality that comes from the heart of everyone who wanted to join the project. I think we are living in convoluted and complicated times, in which it is increasingly difficult to make films or any art, so we start with the idea of making a film, a humble one, with few resources, and that really belongs to our times. And it is from this position that we plan to talk about something that seems like a luxury today. That is love.



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