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Ana keeps hearing the name "Lucia". Structured in nine stages, this film presents various day-to-day elements that lead Ana to begin questioning herself...and who Lucia may be.
Year: 2006 Length: 16 minutes Language: Spanish Country:Argentina Premiere: U.S.
Cast & Credits
About the Director(s)
PAULA ABRAMOVICH GULLCO studied Image and Sound Design in the Buenos Aires Faculty, and studied professional photography at the Creative Photography School. She worked in short films, feature films, documentaries and TV commercials in the field of direction, as well as photography, art and production.
ANDRÉS RIVA studied Image and Sound Design in the Buenos Aires Faculty. He worked as an assistant director in short films, feature films, TV commercials and video clips. He also worked as a camera assistant. He did several painting and drawing workshops, and was hired to produce storyboards for several movies.