1.57 x 18 x 25 = Freedom

Sensory portrait of the Territorial "Los Arenales". A neighborhood in the east of Mexico City, where insecurity and issues with the water system are day-to-day problems but there is a place where unhabitants can find a way to grow up and swimming.

  • Farid Evangelista Gtz.
  • Farid Evangelista Gtz.
  • Farid Evangelista Gtz.
  • Miguel A. Cruz
  • Fernanda Roe
  • Dj Diraf
    Original Score
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    1.57 x 18 x 25 = Libertad
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Experimental, Student
  • Genres:
    experimental, documental, mexico, student
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes
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  • Rally Docs Rupestre
    Ciudad de México
    Official Selection
  • Premio Jose Rovirosa
    Ciudad de México
    Official Selection
  • FICCPaz
    Xalapa, Veracruz
    Official Selection
  • First-Time Filmmaker Sessions
    Reino Unido
    Official Selection
  • International Short Film Festival Short Cut Indjija
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Farid Evangelista Gtz.

Born in Mexico City, he studies at the Center Training of Cinematography (CCC, México). He studiedCollege of Literature and Dramatic Arts at UNAM. In 2017 and 2018 he was part of the Community Collective of Cinematographic Creation, a project by the Secretary of Culture MX in conjunction with Faro Aragón, where he made “Easy Decision” short film selected at the Liff-Off Session film festival in the United Kingdom. In 2019, as part of the "Creative Seedling of Cinematographic Creation CDMX", he participated in the animation of the video "Latin America" ​​that was part of the magnoevent "I have a Dream" and of Secretary of Culture and in the realization of the same event. He has participated in various audiovisual projects as producer, director and assistant director.

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Director Statement

This project is born from the need to tell about the problems and benefits of water and happen in the place where I live.

Try to experiment with the cinematographic language when doing it with pure images, sound and montage, what I feel is pure cinema.

The aesthetic decision of not having individual characters is because I do not feel the right to talk about someone other than me.

What I hope with this short film is for each person to feel and draw their conclusion that this is what happens with water today.