Far into the mountains, in a community led by a preacher named El Señor, a new child who is supposed to be the new messiah, is brought, and with him destruction and redemption. Soon, everything will change. Not only for the town, but on the preacher's home as his 3 daughters start to wonder the real origins of God itself, the nature of love, pleasure and inner freedom. Sitges Film Festival | 1h 43min | Spanish | Western, Fantasy | Produced by Andrés Gómez D. in association with Afasia films | 2019 Trailer
After accidentally killing a bearded goat with their father’s truck, two incompatible siblings in their teenage years, embark on a journey of reconciliation. Corn and Rita must find a way to repair the truck in time to pick up the tourists that will be staying at their family’s hotel. As they struggle to find the means necessary to conceal the accident, the siblings will visit a butcher, rastafari drum makers, pawn shops, car mechanics and even a witch doctor, in a 24-hour adventure around Port Paradise. SXSW Film Festival | 1h 16min | Creole | Drama, Comedy | Produced by Andrés Gómez D. | 2017 Trailer
This film is a class exercise from a Masterclass by Spiros Stathoulopoulos where he instructed: “Imagine you are 100 years old and you will die in the next days through euthanasia in Switzerland. You browse through your life’s collection of analogue photographs and select 50 photographs where each corresponds to a 2 year span. You arrange them chronologically, starting with the one between your birth and your 2nd year and end with the one between your 98th and your 100th year to ultimately create a visual time-line of your life-time. In this class you are 50 directors, what if each of you selects a 2 year span from a 100 year old character and film it? However, I have multiple filming restrictions, a couple of them being that dialogue and cutting is strictly prohibited.” Solar Cinema Academy | 100 minutes | No dialogue | Experimental | Produced by Andrés Gómez D. | 2015 Trailer
Set in a deserted and hostile land as a backdrop, Caviche and Chelina, aged 18 and 16 respectively, are desperate with their unwanted pregnancy and her father’s threats. In order to fund an abortion, they become kamikaze gasoline smugglers in the Caravan of Death while ignoring the surprises, confessions and dangers that the desert has for them. In development | 1h 30min | Spanish | Drama | Produced by Andrés Gómez D. Trailer & Statement
Margarita Rosa de Francisco is La Diva. Motivated by vanity, Mariana Allende is an aging actress who plots an ingenious strategy to become once again the sex-symbol she used to be in her youth. In Development | 1hr 50min | Spanish | Drama | Produced by Andrés Gómez D. and Plot Studios Statement
A story inquiring the Savant syndrome, a condition in which someone with significant mental disabilities demonstrates certain abilities far in excess of average. Homer was born with a tumor in his left hemisphere resulting in severe speech disabilities, however his right hemisphere naturally overdeveloped and his artistic abilities are that of a genius. Influenced by his brother’s condition, Allan, experiments with Transcraneal Magnetic Stimulation in healthy patients, in which he induces electric current at either of the brain’s hemispheres in order to create savant brains like Homer’s. Allan’s experiments become extreme, resulting in both awe inspiring and terrifying consequences that raise questions of the moral limits of human intelligence. In Development | 1hr 40min | Spanish | Drama | Produced by Andrés Gómez D. Trailer
Mara, a middle aged woman, is isolated on a mountain nursing her last love, Fructuoso, a decrepit old man who is paralyzed, speechless and who eats and breathes artificially. Mara experiences the menopause and her new awakening as a woman forces her to reflect on her desires and lust and pure hedonism. Post production | 10 min | No dialogue | Experimental | Produced by Andrés Gómez D. Trailer
This film is a class exercise from a Masterclass with Spiros Stathoulopoulos, his instruction: “Suppose we cast a blind man as a film’s protagonist. While acting, he will perceive the set surroundings through his remaining senses. When he sits in a cinema as a spectator, he will use his sense of hearing to identify which image is being projected, hence, the blind man will no longer be a blind man. The blind brain also dreams so let’s ask our blind man about one of his dreams and have each of you direct, while blindfolded, a section of the dream and we premiere the film for him to ‘see’ his own dream in a cinema.” Solar Cinema Academy | 15min | 15 languages* | Experimental | Produced by Andrés Gómez D.| 2017 *Swedish, Sanskrit, Greek, Hungarian, Portuguese, Turkish, Wayuu, Japanese, Danish, Hindi, Arab, German, Russian, French, Latin. Full Film
SINCARD wakes up after a quarter of a century and experiments with the codes, values and modern ways of social interaction that have been transformed by technology. His archaic style exposes him to an endless number of ironic situations in which he makes a futile effort to conform to this new society. This piece confronts the viewer making him reflect on modern human interactions which are predominantly mediated by telecommunications and new technologies. Smartfilms Film Festival | 10min | No dialogue | Experimental | Produced by Andrés Gómez D. | 2016 Trailer
An explicit reply to Michael Haneke's invitation to dialogue, through cinema, about the manipulation in the medium brought about the consumable treatment of violence and sex, violence as exemplified in his film FUNNY GAMES. Not interested in festivals | 45 min | Greek, English, Spanish | Experimental | Produced by Solar Cinema and Candelaria Films | 2013 Teaser
Greek-Colombian screenwriter and director recognized internationally as one of Colombia's most prominent auteurs. In 2007, his debut PVC-1 was selected at the 60th Cannes Film Festival in the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs and won an award, followed by multiple awards in festivals including a FIPRESCI Prize. In 2012, with his second feature film METEORA, he became the first director from Colombia to ever be nominated for the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. In 2016, his segment KILLING KLAUS KINSKI, from the anthology film Amazonas, competed in Clermont-Ferrand. Currently develops his third feature film. Has created academic and experimental films with no commercial or festival interest. Was granted by the United States government an Extraordinary Ability green card for outstanding artistic achievement and sustained acclaim. Graduated from the California State University earning the Cinematheque Award honoring his academic excellence. Coproduction Office sells PVC-1 and produced and sells METEORA COPRODUCTION OFFICE “ The founder of Coproduction Office, producer and entrepreneur Philippe Bober, partnered with ground-breaking directors* early in their careers to produce and sell more than thirty films to date. Seventeen of these were selected for Cannes, Venice or Berlin Competition where they have received more than 20 prizes, including the 2014 Venice Golden Lion for Roy Andersson’s A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE and for Ruben Östlund’s THE SQUARE, the 2017 Palme d’Or. As one of Europe’s finest production and sales entities, the company has a catalogue of films produced in house, as well as restored classics such as Roberto Rossellini’s key works. The catalogue is known for its carefully chosen gems, with at times transgressive content and a distinctive cinematic language. * Including Lars von Trier, Roy Andersson, Ulrich Seidl, Jessica Hausner, Takashi Miike, Lou Ye, Kornél Mundruzcó, Cristi Puiu, Dagur Kári, Michelangelo Frammartino, Carlos Reygadas, Corneliu Porumboiu, Shirin Neshat, Thomas Clay, Shin’ya Tsukamoto, Ruben Östlund, Gust Van den Berghe, Spiros Stathoulopoulos. ”
Spanish director of photography working in films, music videos and commercials. Member of the Colombian Association of Directors of Photography (ADFC) and a former Canon ambassador. His films include "Bad Lucky Goat" by Samir Oliveros and "The Boy" by Craig Macnaill, and also the experimental films “Killing Klaus Kinski” and "Fucking Games" by Spiros Stathoulopoulos. Has shot music videos for top artists like David Bisbal, Juan Magan, Ana Guerra, Sebastian Yatra, Lalo Ebratt, Greeicy, Yera and Aitana among others. Has worked for production companies like Netflix, Dynamo, Demente, 36 grados, Imaginaria Films, Solar Cinema, La Octava, NatGeo, Capital Films, Presente, Turbo, Where Next, among others. And has also worked for brands like Nestlé, Ford, Honda, Éxito, Motorola, Carrefour, Avianca, Heineken, Dominos Pizza, Caracol, Rcn, Antena 3, Metro Medellin and Metro Bogotá. - His reel and one of his Commercials and Music Videos are exhibited in this site. To view all his work please visit his site -
Has worked in advertising for more than a decade. He started his career at McCann Colombia where he grew from a temp to a junior art director working for clients such as American Airlines, Nestle, and GM. He then traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and worked with two associates on an independent project on web design and brand design for small local clients. He returned to Colombia where he worked as Art Director at JWT for Nestle, Banco Caja Social and Juan Valdez. Then he worked at Leo Burnett for Grupo Bolivar’s Davivienda and Seguros Bolivar. Returned to Mccann as Creative Graphic Director for ETB, and also worked for clients like Mastercard and Banco de Occidente. He later worked with Jaguar and Land Rover at Spark44, where he was briefly creative art director.
“Graphic designer, vector freak, music supporter, creativity militant. Designing for the love of music, representing independent brands, working collectively with friends and colleagues, getting bigger project by project.” - Nicolás Molina
Visual Artist working for over a decade in animation, post production, VFX design, general 3D and modeling. Works in film and commercials were he has collaborated with prestigious brands. In film he debuted as a director with a segment in the film ANTHROPOS, has been a post-production supervisor in multiple films including PVC-1 and as a VFX designer he created the Molly Aida steam-boat, the morpho butterfly and the deadly viper in KILLING KLAUS KINSKI. Holds a Master in animation and digital postproduction from Centro Integral de Estudios Especializados in Madrid, Spain. Studied cinematography at École Supérieur d’Études Cinématographiques in Paris, France and also screenwriting, producing and film distribution at Escuela Internacional de Cine in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba.
Colombian film producer, director and editor. Founded Solar in 2010. Since 2013, he redirected the company towards the production of experimental and non experimental films and also established a cinema academy. In mid 2019 he partnered with advertising designer and artist Andrés Caycedo Franco to open a new business unit focused on the writing and production of cinematic commercials. Is a producer in three feature films and currently develops three more. Has completed LUZ(2019), BAD LUCKY GOAT(2017) and ANTHROPOS(2015). He develops CAVICHE, LA DIVA and his own directorial debut SAVANTS. Has directed, produced and edited the experimental short films SINCARD(2016) and SEPARATION(In Post). Has also co-directed, produced and edited the experimental short film HEDONE(In Post) and the experimental feature film ANTHROPOS(2015). Was the First AD in KILLING KLAUS KINSKI(2016) and FUCKING GAMES, which he also co-produced and co-edited. Outside Solar Cinema he was briefly involved in catering management for the Netflix title TRIPLE FRONTIER(2019) and in the postproduction management for BRIZNA(2019) produced by Perrenque Films. - Trailers for his work at Solar Cinema are exhibited in the Filmography Section -