Country: Mexico
Year: 2021
Language: Spanish
Subtitles: English
Runtime: 13 mins.

Concertina is an interlocking narrative film that jumps between parallel realities as two sets of brothers discuss their dreams of one another. The film explores themes of ecology, family, and labor using magical realism as a narrative device to create dark, ethereal worlds that offer a glimpse into the power of the physical realm over our collective psyche.

Gabriel Gonzalez Acosta

His work has been presented in Museo Tamayo, HB Studio, and Klima Magazine. Concertina premiered at Clermont Ferrand. He received a PhD in Philosophy, Art and Critical Thought from the European Graduate School (Switzerland). He also holds degrees from The Royal College of Art and Queen Mary University of London.

Director: Gabriel Gonzalez Acosta
Cast Leonardo Alonso, Estanislao Marin, Erick de la Luz Glez, Armando Comonfort
Cinematography: Yollotl Gómez Alvarado
Production: Rene Barreto Hope, Camila Ibarra
Screenplay: Gabriel Gonzalez Acosta
Editing: Rodrigo Rios Legaspi
Music: Carlos Edelmiro
Sound: Christian Giraud, Carlos Cortes, Rodrigo F. Aguilar
Art Direction: Isabel de Alba


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Auditorio Mateo Herrera

San Miguel de Allende
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Auditorio Miguel Malo | Centro Cultural Ignacio Ramírez "El Nigromante"

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Teatro de la Ciudad