MCC Daily Tribune
Announcing the Visit of Spanish Film Maker Bernabé Rico and the Screening of His Film "All My Guardian Angels"
The English & Philosophy Department, the Global Education and International Services Office, the Humanities and Social Sciences Division, the Visual and Performing Arts Department and the World Languages and Cultures Department cordially invite you to attend the New York premiere of the short film "All My Guardian Angels", and to meet Mr. Bernabé Rico, the film director, writer and producer, who will introduce the film and answer questions from the audience.
Date: Thursday, May 9th, 2019
Location: Warshof Conference Center, R. Thomas Flynn Campus Center, Monroe A
Time: 12:30 - 1:30 PM
Film Synopsis - Madrid, Christmas 2009: a sports bag is abandoned in the middle of the street. Its contents undertake a journey of survival as the bag is handed off by nocturnal beings who, although overtaken by events, will serve as unsuspecting guardian angels.
"All My Guardian Angels" (Spain, 2018) is shown with English subtitles, and its duration is approximately 15 minutes.
Bernabé Rico was born in Seville, Spain in August 1973. He shifts his career between film and theatre, working as a producer, director, writer, and adapter. In 2009, he established his own production company TalyCual, and in 2012, he started Triple F Media to manage stage and film rights for his productions. Mr. Rico owns credits in the theater and film industry as a producer, director, and actor, and since the beginning, he has focused his career with an international scope. His productions have gotten nearly a total of 100 national and international stage and film awards. Concurrently, the company has carried out stage tours in USA and Europe. If you wish to learn more about Bernabé Rico's work, visit http://talycual.com/en/.
"All My Guardian Angels" is the winner of the Shoestring Award in the 61st Rochester International Film Festival, the world's oldest continuously-held short film festival, which takes place from May 9 to May 11, 2019 (http://rochesterfilmfest.org/2019-program/).
The event is free and open to the public.
World Languages and Cultures