MISS WAMBA

Directed by Estefanía Cortés

English title / English title:  Miss Wamba

A woman tormented by her past, she meets an old man she connects with immediately.

A woman tormented by her past meets an old man with whom she immediately connects.

Une femme tourmentée par passé fait the connaissance d ?? a vieux monsieur avec lequel elle sympathise immédiatement.

Producer / Production Company:  Cajón de Ideas Producciones, Cajon de Ideas Producciones
Direction / Direction:  Estefanía Cortés
Cast / Performers:  Ruth Díaz, Ramón Barea, Nuria Gago
Script / Script:  Estefanía Cortés, Juancho Bañuelos
Production / Production:  Miguel Ángel García Hernandez
Photography / Cinematography:  Luis Ángel Pérez
Art / Art:  Marta Eguilior
Editing:  Fran Gas
Sound / Sound:  Miriam Lisón
Music / Music:  Carla F. Benedicto

Shooting place / Shooting Place:  Madrid
Year of production / Year of production:  2017
Genre / Genre:  Fiction
Running time:  17 min.
Country / Country:  Spain

Biofilmography / Biofilmography:

Diploma in film directing and TV production from the Séptima Ars School in Madrid She has written and directed the short films Moiré (2014), starring Inma Cuesta, selected in more than eighty festivals and winner of more than fifteen international awards, Yerbabuena (2016) ), starring Ingrid Rubio and Olivia Delcán, premiered at the Zaragoza Film Festival and Miss Wamba (2017), premiered in Medina del Campo. Currently preparing his first film “Eden”

As a film director she has written and directed the short films Moiré (2014), starring Inma Cuesta, selected in more than eighty festivals and winner of more than fifteen international awards, Yerbabuena (2016), starring Ingrid Rubio premiered at the Zaragoza Film Festival and Miss Wamba (2017) premiered at the Medina Film Festival. Currently she is immersed in the pre-production of her first feature film EDÉN.

Titulaire d ?? une license in réalisation cinéma et télévision à l ?? École Septima Ars de Madrid, elle a écrit et réalisé plusieurs courts-métrages: Moiré (2014), dont le personnage principal est joué par Inma Cuesta, a été sélectionné dans Plus of 80 festivals et a remporté plus of 15 prix internationaux. Yerbabuena (2016), with Ingrid Rubio and Olivia Delcán, to eté présenté au Cinéma de Saragosse Festival, and Miss Wamba (2017) to été présenté à Medina del Campo. Actuellement, elle prépare are premier film, Eden.

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