Young people between the ages of 12 and 16 from Huelva and Gibraleon perform a short film with the support of the CEIJA Association – Children and Youth Scenic Center of Andalusia.
It is a work developed entirely by adolescents belonging to the association as the final project of a film workshop in which professionals such as the lighting designer Roberto Cuervo, the characterizer Christian Cerezo, the film director Adán Pichardo, and the screenwriter Pedro Paul Picazzo.
Its director, Sara Muñoz (16 years old), also a BAE student, thus applies the experience and learning acquired in the Erasmus that she carried out with the CEIJA in Austria, Germany and Georgia this past year.
The film in question, entitled ‘hidden lives’deals with the false appearances of a perfect life that people show us, delving into the internal problems behind it.
The rest of the team is made up of: Maia Theodora Cretu, head of art and post-production; Dayana Robles on camera and lighting; Miguel Valerio as sound engineer and assistant director; Rocío Ramírez for script; Pablo Pérez as still photo and making of; and Iker Berbel and Juan Manuel Salguero in production. However, despite its specific functions, the team has been rotating in the different roles, in order to learn in each one. In addition, the majority of the group also performs the acting roles of this film work.
The short is under the supervision of its teacher, Dani Verum, and has Pedro Pablo Picazzo and Adán Pichardo correcting the script.