June 20 at the 2015 KIXFF: Pequeño Bloque De Cemento Con Pelo Alborotado Conteniendo El Mar

Pequeño Bloque De Cemento Con Pelo Alborotado Conteniendo El Mar

 

The 2015 Korea Indie and Expat Film Festival (KIXFF) featured Jorge López Navarrete’s Pequeño Bloque De Cemento Con Pelo Alborotado Conteniendo El Mar (Little Block Of Cement With Dishevelled Hair Containing The Sea, in English) on June 20, 2015 at the Camarata Music Company in Haebangchon, Seoul.

 

Pequeño Bloque De Cemento Con Pelo Alborotado Conteniendo El Mar (Little Block Of Cement With Dishevelled Hair Containing The Sea, in English) is a film about the journey of a dog and a mare. Not only will this film show the beautiful Ecuadorian landscape, but it will also portray a curious story between the two animals.

Here’s an excerpt clip of the short film. You can also view the clip on Vimeo. (Also, for more info about the film, you can check out the film’s official website.)

 

The short film was part of the International Shorts 2: Showcase of the KIXFF. It was shown along with 5 other films from 12pm to 1:45pm on June 20 2015, Saturday. The film was screened at the Camarata Music Company in Haebangchon, Seoul. (Click this link for instructions on how to get to the venue.)

You could previously book your tickets with this link.

 

Korea Indie and Expat Film Festival

 

The 2015 Korea Indie and Expat Film Festival featured films made with “DSLRs, duct tape, and elbow grease” from filmmakers (especially expat ones in Korea). The KIXFF ran from June 18 to 21, 2015. Check out more info about the festival on their website.

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