Come and watch the skinny kid with a steadily declining mental health, and laugh as he attempts to give you what he cannot give himself.
My name is Arturo Márquez, and I was born a Monday. Specifically, May 22nd, of the year 2000. I'm a scrawny looking guy from Mexico City, whose clichéd dream is to someday make a feature film. I want to make movies because I want to speak to people like movies have spoken to me.
  • Writer (3 Credits)
    Quédate
    Short
    Be Right Back2022
    Short, Student
    I Get Overwhelmed2021
    Music Video, Student
  • Director (3 Credits)
    Quédate
    Short
    Be Right Back2022
    Short, Student
    I Get Overwhelmed2021
    Music Video, Student
  • Acting (1 Credit)
    I Get Overwhelmed2021
    Music Video, Student
  • Producer (1 Credit)
    Quédate
    Short
Official Selection
Be Right Back
Baja California International Film Festival
Baja California
2022
Official Selection
Be Right Back
Stuff MX
Mexico City
2022
Official Selection
Be Right Back
Miradas Locales
El Oro
2022
Official Selection
Be Right Back
Cine Paralelo
Querétaro
2022
Best Student Film
Be Right Back
Hollywood On The Tiber film Awards
Rome
2022
Best Indie Narrative Short
Be Right Back
8 & Halfilm Awards
Rome
2022
Best Student Film
Be Right Back
Vienna Indie Short Film Festival
Vienna
2022
Best Short Drama
Be Right Back
V.i.Z. Film Fest
2022
Official Selection
Be Right Back
Corto Creativo Short Film Festival
Tijuana
2022
Official Selection
Be Right Back
Latino International Film Expo
Illinois
2022
Official Selection
Be Right Back
Festival Internacional de Cine de Durango
Durango
2022
Official Selection
Be Right Back
PIFF Paraná Internacional Films Festival
Paraná
2022
College
Anahuac University
Communication
20182022
Birth Date
May 22, 2000
Nickname
Arturo
Birth City
Mexico City
Current City
Mexico City
Hometown
Huixquilucan
Height
6'3 (193cm)
Gender
Male
Eye Color
Brown
Zodiac Sign
Gemini
I don't know if I'm not free cause I'm unhappy, or I'm unhappy cause I'm not free.
-Breathless, Jean-Luc Godard (1960)
"I could always live in my art, but never in my life".
My Dinner With Andre, Louis Malle (1981)
"The day I stop suffering, when I work it out, as you say,  I'll have become someone else, and I don't want that. That day, we'll have lost each other for ever".
– The Mother and The Whore, Jean Eustache (1973)
Come and watch the skinny kid with a steadily declining mental health, and laugh as he attempts to give you what he cannot give himself.
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