As part of their sexual awakening, two adolescents will share an unexpected encounter that will mark the path of their sexual life.

  • Noelia Crispin
  • Noelia Crispin
  • Nataly Vergara Adrianzén
  • Noelia Crispin
  • Micaela Belmont
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  • Brando Gallesi
    Key Cast
  • Joaquín De Orbegoso
    Key Cast
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    11 minutes 36 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 25, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    3,395 USD
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  • Dirección del audiovisual, la fonografía y los nuevos medios, Ministerio de Cultura
    National short film competition
  • Reel Erotic Art Film Festival
    December 6, 2017
    Honourable Mention
  • Through Women's Eyes Film Festival
    Sarasota, Florida
    United States
    April 15, 2018
  • Sarasota Film Festival
    Sarasota, Florida
    United States
    April 16, 2018
  • Erotic&bizarre Art Film Festival
    May 17, 2018
    Winner Best Woman Filmmaker
Director Biography - Noelia Crispin

Noelia Crispin is a 25-year-old female director from Lima, Peru. Níveo marks her first professional short film. Although, she has directed many projects as part of her film studies. One of them was even projected in the 19th Festival de Cine de Lima as part of the Road Show (Muestra itinerante). "Níveo" has just won the National Short Film Competition organised by peruvian Ministry of Culture.

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Director Statement

"Níveo" is the story of two adolescents. It is the story of an encounter leaded by the innocent curiosity of two people who are sucumbing by their desires. "Níveo" is the story of the first time and how we choose to live through it. It remarks our own liberty to feel and to act as we choose regarding our erotism. Without dijudication, without morbidity and without censure, "Níveo" presents the sexual desire as part of all of us.
Sex is always a matter of debate. It was necessary to choose how I wanted to treat it in the story. And I wanted to do it in a neat, pure, innocent and natural way. I wanted to do it in a way in which it was not done, one in which one was not declaring the sex in sigh or was refusing as a young and human topic. I wanted it to have a poetical connotation that does not diminish it to a banal act or of morbidity, but rather how an element more that can define whom we are and how we act with regard to our desires.
I wanted to tell this story from my female perspective, one that clarifies that women also speak about sex. When I was writing the femenine character of the story, I wanted her to be a woman who neither has these ties, someone who is free and curious and dares to break paradigms of a form that neither loses her essence and does not even have shame to want to enjoy her sexuality.
Because sex is part of us, our history and our nature.