cortoFeCHA 2024: Short film screenings | 27 May

During the 7th FeCHA Film Festival, short films from Spain and Latin American will be presented in a programme titled “cortoFeCHA” with free entry at the Hellenic American Union (22 Massalias str., Athens) on Monday 27 May. Films are screened with Greek subtitles.

Programme follows:

Monday 27 May


José Luis Saturno, Mexico, 2022, 7’
A town suffering a long drought entrusts its destiny to a wandering musician who has the power to bring rain with his accordion’s music.

David Hebrero, Spain, 2023, 23’
Valentine’s Day is the day Isabel has been waiting for the whole year. When she wakes up, she realizes her mom has mysteriously disappeared and her abusive father has moved back in.

Gerald B. Fillmore, Spain, 2023, 10’
After ten years living together, Sebastian is going to confess the truth to Lucia about his sexual orientation. Sebastian is a victim of social pressure and he has been leading a double life but now the time has come to confess Lucia that he is heterosexual. It’s time to get out of the closet, I mean, back to the closet.

Eulàlia Ramon, Spain, 2022, 12’
Nominated for a Goya award
Monica is a normal woman with a normal life in any place in any of these modern times. However, one day, for an unimportant detail that could have been resolved like any other previous disagreement, she kills her husband. She thus discovers crime as a substitute for anxiolytics, liberation from all hypocritical moralism and, why not?, the usefulnes.

Sara Jael Galvis Vera, Colombia, 2023, 18’
Azai, an introspective teenager, and her annoying younger brother Antonio anxiously await the arrival of their parents while spending holidays with their relatives. Antonio seeks to spend time with Azai, but she constantly avoids him as she tries to hide the fact that their parents are getting divorced. Frustrated Antonio unleashes a family fight.

Nüll García, Spain, 2023, 10’
Two friends bump into each other at a shopping mall’s toilet after losing touch in their teens. One is a successful white businesswoman while the other is a romani woman who hardly makes ends meet.