This short film will screen with other short films in Block 12 | ZONA OSCURA
Sunday, December 11th at 4pm
Palm Springs Art Museum. Palm Springs, California.
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After her favorite sock goes missing, Andrea learns of generational family magic that helps her find all kinds of lost objects in the most unexpected ways. Soon enough, however, she’ll find out that toys and coins aren’t the only things that can get lost.
Born in Mexico and emigrated to the US during his childhood, Luis Fernando Puente studied Media Arts at Brigham Young University.
His recent work includes La luna y el colibrí, which participated in numerous film festivals and won multiple awards including the Mesquite Award for Best Texas Short Film at Cine Festival in San Antonio, Texas.
Lizde Arias is a cat-loving mexican, immigrant, writer and journalist. In her work she seeks to highlight and retell the mundane by giving a spotlight to the aspects of life that are often overlooked.
Being an immigrant, sometimes it is easy to forget where you come from, as you struggle to adapt to a new world around you. El Moño is an innocent analogy of how family traditions, such as this mistical little ritual, have the quasi-magical power to bring you back home no matter how long you’ve been gone or how far you are from those that you love.