Cut!

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Cut!.

Marcos, a rather unsuccessful film director, is immersed in the shooting of his new film, a queer giallo, when a series of terrible murders starts to happen in Barcelona, and all of them seem to be traced back to him. Cut! combines genres as far apart as terror and comedy, about a director vampirized by cinema who, despite being despised because of his films, needs to keep making them in order to live.

Director.

Marc Ferrer, graduated in Audiovisual Communication at the UPF (Barcelona), has directed the features Nos parecía importante, La maldita primavera, Puta y amada, and the medium-length film El corazón rojo, which have been featured in many national and international film festivals. Cut! is his new feature film. He has also directed the music videos Sangre en los zapatos, Ópalo negro, Akelarre en mi salón and ENERO, for the band Papa Topo and also La Pubblicità (Un mondo ideale) for La Prohibida, Telenovela, a duo with Papa Topo and La Prohibida, and Baby Boom for Lolita Express (Luis Miguélez and Estrella Xtravaganza).

Details.

  • Title
    Cut!
  • Rights
    Festivals, Sales
  • Country
    Spain
  • Year
    2021
  • Length
    78′,col.

  • Director
    Marc Ferrer
  • Screenplay
    Marc Ferrer
  • Editing
    Marc Ferrer
  • Photography
    Nilo Zimmermann

  • Art Direction
    Erik Rodríguez
  • Sound
    Cora Delgado
  • Music
    Adriá Arbona
  • Cast
    La Prohibida, Marc Ferrer, Marga Sardà, Maria Sola, Saya Solana, Alvaro
    Lucas Estada, Gregorio Sanz, Paco Serrano, Samantha Hudson

  • Producers
    Marc Ferrer, Xavi Vara, Pablo Chocrón
  • Production Directorr
    Xavier Botella
  • Executive Producer
    Xavi Triba
  • Production
    CANADA


  • D’A Film Festival Barcelona 2021
  • Endimaris LGBTQI Film Festival Sitges 2021
  • Atlantida Film Festival Palma de Mallorca 2021
  • NewFest New York 2021
  • Cinespaña Toulouse 2021 – Competition
  • Frameline Fangs San Francisco 2021
  • Queer Film Festival Munich 2021
  • Abycine Albacete 2021


  • Cinespaña Toulouse 2021 – Audience Award


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