Wandering Clouds

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Wandering Clouds.

They dance in the water. They are like wandering clouds. But not for an homophobic spectator.

Director.

Julián Hernández is born in Mexico City in 1972 and he graduated in film from the state University UNAM. Among his previous works are the feature films Broken Sky (2006), A Thousand Clouds of Peace Fence the Sky, Love, Your Being Love Will Never End  (2003), winner of the Teddy Award at Berlin Film Festival and Raging Sun, Raging Sky, winner of the same Award but in 2009.
Hernández has also directed, among others, the short films Por encima del abismo de la desesperación (1996), Hubo un tiempo en que los sueños dieron paso a largas noches de insomnio (1997), Bramadero (2007), Vago rumor de mares en zozobra (2008), Atmósfera (2010), Wandering Clouds (2013).

Details.

  • Title
    Wandering Clouds
  • Rights
    Festivals, Sales
  • Country
    Mexico
  • Year
    2013
  • Length
    12′, col.

  • Director
    Julián Hernández
  • Screenplay
    Julián Hernández, Sergio Loo
  • Editing
    Emiliano Arenales Osorio
  • Photography
    Alejandro Cantú

  • Set Design
    Jesús Torres Torres
  • Sound
    Armando Narváez, Carlos De la Madrid

  • Cast
    Alan Ramírez, Mauricio Rico, Ignacio Pereda
  • Producers
    Roberto Fiesco, Hugo Espinosa, Iliana Reyes, Ernesto Martínez
  • Production
    Mil Nubes Cine


  • Zinegoak Bilbao 2014
  • BFI Flare London 2014
  • Bangalore Queer Film Festival 2014
  • Turin Gay & Lesbian Film Festival 2014
  • Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival 2014
  • Outtakes New Zealand LGBT Film Festival 2014
  • Frameline San Francisco 2014
  • Asterisco Buenos Aires 2014
  • Queer Lisboa 2014
  • Outfest Los Angeles 2014
  • Padova Pride Village 2014
  • Durango Mexican Film Festival 2014
  • Mix Mexico 2014
  • Seattle LGBT Film Festival 2014
  • Image + Nation Montreal LGBT Film Festival 2014
  • Paraguay LGBT FILM FEST 2015
  • Inedito Cinema Mexicano Contemporaneo Sao Paulo 2016
  • In & Out Nice  2016
  • L’Aquila LGBT Film Festival 2016 – Short Film Competition
  • Mostra Cinema Mexicano Contemporaneo Rio de Janeiro 2017


  • Asterisco Buenos Aires 2014 – Best Short Film


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