Natalia and Oriol are a couple of filmmakers in their thirties who have a little daughter called Lia. One day, they receive an offer to direct a documentary and they decide to make a film about couples in love. Natalia and Oriol interview many couples, always wanting to know how they get along and what their most typical problems are. But as filming progresses, wounds of their own relationship begin to open up, fights and doubts seem to be endless. But finishing the film will be their opportunity to reformulate their love for each other and their love for cinema.
VILLAGE EAST CINEMA
181-189 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 9 @ 7PMFollowed by Q&A w/ director Natalia Cabral
Natalia Cabral and Oriol Estrada are award-winning filmmakers whose work lives on the borderlines of fiction and nonfiction. Graduates of the film school of San Antonio de los Baños in Cuba, they have directed Tú y Yo (Visions du Réel, Jury Prize in Cartagena), El Sitio de los sitios (IDFA, Biarritz) y Miriam miente (Best Film at Huelva, Film Critic Award in Toulouse). Natalia and Oriol founded Faula Films in 2012 to provide a creative platform for the development of independent filmmaking.