Chiqui Carabante, Font García, Vito Sanz and Juan Vinuesa
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Price: 10 euros · No. pages: 122 · Collection: New Collection No. in the collection: 11 · Language: Spanish · Binding: Paperback ISBN: 978-84-9041-430-9 · Year of publication: February 2022 · Place of publication: Madrid, Spain
Alfonso XIII proudly plays the pornographic films he has produced in his projection room. However, he is disappointed to hear his friends jeering at the actresses on screen: frumpy and charmless women.
From then on, the African becomes obsessed with taking his films to another level. He wants his films to star girls from the upper classes and nobility. Ideally, he wants a countess or marchioness who is willing to shoot porn.
Chiqui Carabante is a director and scriptwriter. He combines his film work with theatre and television direction.
He studied at the Instituto de Teatro in Seville, the Ecole Philippe Gaulier in London, the Royal Court Theater and the New York Film Academy. As an actor, he has worked for Pierre Byland and Joan Font, among others.
La luna difunta, a group production of his first company Triki Trake, marked his transition to stage direction.
He has directed the short films Los días felices, Bailongas, Cuando acaba la noche, Normal and Una casa en el campo, for which he has received more than forty national and international awards.
With the dance-theatre company La Permanente, he won the Certamen Coreográfico de Madrid (Madrid Choreography Competition) for the work Me da igual.
His first feature film Carlos contra el mundo premiered at the San Sebastian International Film Festival (Zabaltegui). In 2012, he premiered 12+1, a metaphysical comedy, at the Malaga Spanish Film Festival (ZonaZine), winning the best film and best director awards.
He has also produced music videos for Warner Chappell Music and Javier Corcobado.
He is a founding member of Club Caníbal.
He also directed three episodes of the TVE series Malaka and the first and sixth episodes of the fourth season of the series El Ministerio del tiempo. He is currently shooting his third feature film La Fortaleza.
Font García is an actor who studied at the Cristina Rota School of Dramatic Arts before continuing his training under masters such as Fernando Piernas and Luís Blat.
His first experience in theatre was with the street theatre company La breva, where he wrote and produced several shows in Andalusia.
He is a founding member of the company Club Caníbal, with which he has premiered the Crónicas ibéricas trilogy, Desde aquí veo sucia la plaza, Herederos del ocaso and Todo esto algún día será tuyo. His theatre work includes roles in the productions Golfa by José Padilla, La valentía by Alfredo Sanzol, Monsieur Goya by Laura Ortega, Carne viva by Denise Despeyroux, Trampolín reforma 7B by Fernando Piernas.
He has also worked on several television series, most recently in Leticia Dolera’s Vida perfecta and Berto Romero’s Mira lo que has hecho. His feature film credits include Fernando León de Aranoa’s El buen patrón, Raúl Arévalo’s Tarde para la ira, and Gonzalo Bendala’s Cuando los ángeles duermen.
Born in Granada, Juan is an actor, journalist and performance teacher.
He is a founding member of the company Club Caníbal, and as an actor, he has appeared in over 20 theatre productions.
These works include Desde aquí veo sucia la plaza, (finalist at the 2016 Max Awards for Best Supporting Actor), Herederos del ocaso and Algún día todo esto será tuyo by Club Caníbal (2019 Best Supporting Actor Award from the Spanish Union of Actors and Actresses), Las crónicas de Peter Sanchidrián by Kamikaze Producciones and José Padilla, La geometría del trigo by Alberto Conejero, Ronejo by Rulo Pardo and Shock 1: el cóndor y el Puma directed by Andrés Lima.
As a playwright, he was selected in 2017 for the Autores noveles (New playwrights) programme organised by the Community of Madrid and wrote his play Tus otros hijos no te olvidan. He also directed one of the plays of La vida imposible de Oliverio Funes, a theatre series produced by Teatro en Serie and Mirona, starring Ángela Chica and written by Paco Bernal. In addition, he received the 2019 HEBE Award for Performing Arts in Granada.
Regarding cinema and television, he has worked on series and films such as Allí abajo, El vecino, Justo antes de cristo and Taxi a Gibraltar.
He has also published over 200 plays and written for various publications including Revista Godot, Revista Actores, Revista Leer, Granada Hoy and Infolibre.
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Vito studied acting under Fernando Piernas and at the Barcelona Theatre School (Colegio de Teatro de Barcelona).
He appeared in the feature films A este lado del mundo by David Trueba, La Virgen de Agosto by Jonás Trueba, Miamor perdido by Emilio Martínez-Lázaro, Hacerse mayor y otros problemas by Clara Martínez-Lázaro, Las leyes de la termodinámica by Mateo Gil, Esa Sensación by Juan Cavestany, Julián Génisson and Pablo Hernando, María y los demás by Nely Reguera and Los Exiliados Románticos and Los Ilusos by Jonás Trueba.
For television, he worked on the series 45 Revoluciones by Bambú productions and Vergüenza by Álvaro Fernández Armero and Juan Cavestany for Movistar+.
His theatre credits include Atraco, paliza y muerte en Agbanäspach by Marcel Borrás and Nao Albet, Algún día todo esto será tuyo, Herederos del Ocaso and Desde aquí veo sucia la plaza by the company Club Caníbal (of which he is a member), ¡Qué desastre de función! by Paco Mir, and Trampolín reforma 7B directed by Fernando Piernas.