Insularia Islas en Red


Aminodin’s father always smiles because he says “happy people live longer.” That’s why, at eight years old, Aminodin puts on his best smile as he works at the Papandayan landfill, where he lives with his family. His cousin Aliman, on the other hand, lost his when bombs started falling from the sky in Marawi City.

DIRECTION & SCREENPLAY Javier Fesser, Guillermo Fesser PRODUCTION COMPANY Películas Pendelton PRODUCTION Luis Manso CINEMATOGRAPHY Jairo Iglesias EDITING Antonio Frutos, Pablo Mas SOUND Armando Ciudad, Charly Schmuckler WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF Aminodin Munder, Asnaira A. Cadir, Ca


Ha recibido más de 40 premios y ha sido seleccionado en más de 90 festivales internacionales

Mejor Cortometraje – Premios Forqué Cortometrajes

Melhor Filme Documentário – Sao Paulo Film Festival

Mención de Honor – Bannabáfest

Premio de la Juventud Mención del Jurado Senior – Semana de Cine de Medina del Campo

Mejor Cortometraje – Festival Con + Miradas – CortoGijón

Mención Especial – Desarrollo Sostenible Festival Internacional de Cine Invisible

Sammy and Jules Award for the Short with the Biggest Heart – Cleveland Film Festival – Shorts

Javier Fesser

Prestigious director and screenwriter, Javier Fesser has won six Goya awards and directed such notable films as El milagro de P. Tinto, Camino and two adaptations of Mortadelo y Filemón. His latest work, Campeones, was the most successful Spanish production of 2018. Guillermo Fesser, well-known for his programme Gomaespuma, is a writer and correspondent in the United States. He has been co-writer of some of the films directed by his brother Javier; and he made the leap to directing with Cándida. Their latest project together is El Monstruo Invisible.