Gonella Productions

Gonella Productions

UN DIA

UN DIA

LANGUAGE: Spanish | SUBTITLES: English

Genre: Drama
Running Time: 17’ 56’’
Year of production: 2019

SYNOPSIS

The bus routine of a young rapper who dreams of leaving the city jungle of Bogotá is disrupted by the persistent presence of his little sister. And gang violence puts his dream of a better life to a hard test.

PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION

Production Company: Pandora Films
Film exports/World sales: Gonella Productions

CAST

Johan Alberto Bustos Quinche
Gabriela Otalora
Sandra Reyes

MAIN CREDITS

Director: Annalisa Vozza
Screenwriter: Annalisa Vozza
Producer: Annalisa Vozza
Director of Photography: Diego Barajas
Sound: Gabriel Wiesner
Editing: Daniel Amornvuttkul
Sound Editing: Daniel Carvajalino
Music Composer: Daniel Carvajalino

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Genre: Drama
Sub-genre: Coming-of-Age
Language: Spanish
Country of origin: Colombia
Year of production: 2019
Total running time: 17’ 56’’
Shooting format: 4K
Color type: Color
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Sound format: Stereo, Dolby

AWARDS

“Best International Actor”, Cinefiesta Puerto Rico International Short Film Fesitval 2019

FESTIVAL SELECTIONS

Uppsala International Short Film Festival 2019 (Sweden)
Cinefiesta Puerto Rico International Short Film Festival 2019 (Porto Rico)
Bogoshorts sessions (Colombia)
River Film Festival 2020 (Italy)
Atlantic International Film Festival 2020 (Colombia)
Pantalones Cortos 2020 (Colombia)
Festival de Cine Independiente de Sogamoso 2020 (Colombia)
Porto Femme International Film Festival 2020 (Portugal)
LA Femme International Film Festival 2020 (USA)
Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival 2020 (USA)
KUKI International Short Film Festival for Children and Youth Berlin 2020 (Germany)
Visioni Corte International Short Film Festival 2020 (Italy)

BIOGRAPHY OF THE DIRECTOR

Annalisa Vozza is an Italian director based in Colombia who directed and produced several short films and documentaries in different regions of the world: Europe, the United States, Iran, the Palestinian Territories, Jordan, South America and Antarctica. In 2009, she was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to pursue a MFA degree in Writing/Directing Fiction at The City College of New York. In 2011, she received the Directors Guild of America “Best Woman Student Filmmaker” Jury Award for her narrative short film “Alex”. Her films have been showcased at international film festivals and in the prestigious MAXXI museum in Rome.