SCREENWRITER: Dariela Ludlow Deloya y Miguel Schverdfinger
SOUND: Alejandro de Icaza
CAST: Dania Deloya Becerril, Ximena Kristel Deloya, Eugenia Barajas, Lucía Becerril
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Dariela Ludlow Deloya
EDITOR: Miguel Schverdfinger
PRODUCERS: Ana Hernández, Rodrigo Herranz | Chamaca Films, Caguama Producciones (CASADELOU SA de CV), IMCINE, FOPROCINE
CONTACT: Ana Hernández | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dariela Ludlow’s second feature film unfolds as a diptych around adolescent motherhood and its representation. In the first part, Dania Deloya plays herself as a young mother surpassed by the events. In the second part, the same protagonist some time later looks at herself in the television and speaks of the Dania that used to be, and also of some details about the filming of that fiction with appearance of documentary. In this game of mirrors, the first Dania is reflected in another screen, the one of a found mobile found from a girl with a life very different from hers. Construction of identity, assigned roles and passage of time in adolescence 2.0.
Dariela Ludlow Deloya
Graduated from the Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica majoring in Film Direction and Direction of Photography with a MFA in Cinematography in the Cinema and Audiovisual School of Catalonia, ESCAC (Barcelona). Her debut feature film, Un día menos has received many awards and was screened at festivals all over the world.