|Cast: ||Susi Sánchez, Beatriz Gutiérrez Aguado
|Crew: ||Producer: Beatriz Gutiérrez Aguado - Original Screenplay: Bárbara Nita y Fran Cano - Adapted Screenplay: Rafa García y Beatriz Gutiérrez Aguado - Director of Photography: Jon Aguirresarobe - Music: Pablo Cervantes - Line Producer: Gema Sánchez - Associate Producer: Julia Cámara - Production Manager: MJ Caballero - Production Designer: Sandra Víctori - First AD: Emilio Frenk - Script Supervisor: Gaby Gomez - First AC: Anai García - Second AC: Manuel Branaa - DIT: Javier Badet - Gaffer: Pawel Pogorzelsky - Gaffer: Daniel Lee - Key Grip: Austin Michaels - Grip: Yigit Kalyoncu - Grip: Brandon Clark - Swing: Sarah Fox - Grip: Andy Chinn - Make up Artist: Carole Soneidan - Sound Designer: Nicolás Osorio - Sound Mixer: Nicolás Osorio - Editing: Rafa García - Sound: Nicolás Osorio - Production: Beatriz Gutiérrez Aguado & La Fresa Productions |
There is nothing you can´t tell to a mother
Rafa Garcia is a Spanish director and editor from Spain, with a prolific career with more than 10 years of experience in TV, commercials and film. He graduated in Communication Studies at the CAMBRIDGE university of Wales and right away he started working for the national TV channels participating in shows like "Big Brother", "So you think you can dance" or "The X Factor ".
Rafa is granted with a TALENTIA scholarship, one of the most prestigious Spanish full ride scholarships, to complete a Master program in Filmmaking at New York Film Academy, joining the campus located in Universal Studios, in Los Angeles.
He has directed 5 short films with numerous recognitions. The comedy "Last Sms" featuring well known Spanish actors like Paco Tous and Cesar Cadaval,
"A Place To Bury Strangers" official selection at the Alburquerque Film Fest 2012, and part of the selective catalogue “New Spanish Filmmakers 2012” . Organized by the Spanish Government it has been created to promote Spanish talents in the US. “Home coming” “Terrorists Anonymous and “Tras Bambalinas” (Backstage) starring Susi Sánchez and Beatriz Gutiérrez are his more recent projects.
Rafa has worked in many distinguished feature films and music videos, like the documentary Art in 8221 directed by Jordi Molla, and with collaborators like Johnny Depp.
He has participated in the directional team of a main stream Latin artist music video: Lucero “No pudiste Amar así”, which was premiered at the Latin Grammys 2013.
Rafa is also jury at the SPIRIT AWARDS, voting for movies like Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine, Nebraska, or the work of the Oscar winners Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto.