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Mi Hermano
Directed by
Alexis Gambis

Mexico / 2018 / 8:45
minutes

World Premiere
Spanish

Screening Times and Venues:
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SHORTS: No Regrets.

SYNOPSIS:
Mendelís voice echoes through the forest. No response. We only see a torn piece of Simonís red shirt on a tree branch. Amidst the thousands of monarch butterflies, Mendel in despair runs down the hill to search for help. He breathes heavily darting through trees.
BIO:
Alexis Gambis is a filmmaker and a biologist whose interdisciplinary work aims at transforming the way science is communicated to the public through film and visual arts. His films combine scientific research and storytelling often featuring animals as actors and blurring the lines between fact and fiction. He is currently working on his second feature Son of Monarchs about a boy who wants to turn into a monarch butterfly - it brings together in a narrative drama the themes of evolutionary biology, migration and (im)migration.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: agambis
Executive Producer(s): Alexis Gambis
Producer(s): Geraldine Orta
Director(s): Alexis Gambis
Screenwriter(s): Alexis Gambis
Cinematographer(s): Roland Folkmayer
Editor(s): Alexis Gambis
Composer(s)/Music: Kristina Dutton, Nathan Clevenger
Sound Designer(s): Samuel Nacach

 

 
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