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MAY TWENTY-EIGHT

DIR. JEFERSON CARDOZA HERRERA (View profile)

13 MIN / 2017 / POPULAR GOTHIC / COLOMBIA

SYNOPSIS

Ricardo is a 27 year old young man. He began to consume bazuco and for this reason he frequents the Bronx, the most dangerous neighborhood in Bogotá. One day in this place, he hears screams coming from a house and decides to enter, not knowing that he will not be able to escape from this "hell" not even on May 28, the day of the raid.

 

 

 

 

 

CAST AND CREW

Direction: Jeferson Cardoza Herrera

Production: Maria Alejandra Osorio Arana

Co-production: Jeferson Cardoza Herrera

Script: Jeferson Cardoza Herrera

Cinematography: Santiago M. Cortés

Art Direction: Ricardo Tellez

Editing: Rafael Pérez / Paula Joya

Sound design: Daniel "El Gato" Garces

Direct Sound: Santiago Rodriguez

Music: Esteban Montenegro

Songs: Experiences - All Cups

Cast: Juan Pablo Barragán, Miller Cardozo, Felipe Ballesteros, Jeancarlo Ballesteros, Harbey Zamudio.

TRAILER

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FESTIVALS

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Winner of the In Vitro BFM Call - BOGOSHORTS Film Market (2016)
Winner of Best Fiction Short Film at the Festival of Psychoactive Shorts (2019)
Winner Best Short Film at Bogotá Horror Film Festival (2019)
Official Selection at Mórbido Film Fest (2018)
Official Selection at the Villa de Leyva International Independent Film Festival (2019)
Official Selection at The Colombian Film Festival NY (2019)
Official Selection at the International Hall of La Luz (2019)
Guest Work at the Sogamoso Independent Film Festival (2019)
National Fiction Panorama Show at Popayán Short Film Festival (2019)
Official Selection in the International Festival of Alternative and Community Film and Video "Ojo al Sancocho" (2019)

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BEHIND THE SCENES

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Made by: Distrito al Foco

CORTOGRAPHY MAY TWENTY-EIGHT

During the quarantine decreed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, the BOGOSHORTS Movement launched a project called A FEW MINUTES AFTER, where it intended to keep the love for short films alive through five components and a weekly theme that would allow reflection about the future. For the second week of the project (April 20-26), May twenty-eighth was the short film selected to think about the possibility that:

A few minutes later ... that place no longer existed.

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In addition to the online presentation of the short film, which had more than 1700 viewers, this piece called Cortography was made, where a conceptual tree is developed as an infographic that allows identifying and understanding the network that has been woven around it.

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