The My Mexican Bretzel thing was one of those things that no one expects but that makes us smile, leaves a trace of contained emotion and forces us to bring up the subject when possible. It is a new gem in the film world, as well as a true exercise in style and form.
During its passage through the CineCiutat theaters, we witnessed its peculiar effect on the public, which only corroborated what we already suspected: it is a small revelation for the audiovisual discipline. For this reason, when we saw her nomination for the Goya for best documentary, we couldn't help but be happy to be able to include her in our cycle of nominees.
This Thursday, February 25, at 7:30 p.m., we suggest you come and discover this documentary or, if you have already seen it, come back to discover those small details that are not usually seen on first viewing.
To complete the experience, we will have two very special guests who will give us their experience and shed light on the doubts that this piece may generate.
The first of our guests will be Miguel Eek, a director who has specialized in documentaries and who has founded the production company Mosaic, specialized in this genre. Eek has one of those periscope visions that allows him to see any angle of possibilities, making him a researcher of the documentary format, always looking for new ways and new languages.
We will also have the participation of Luis Ortas, who went from global to local production, having started his career in Hollywood and deciding to return to the island of Mallorca to continue with his own productions, to which he adds the foundation of the production company. Kinetic Productions.
Tickets in the following link.