Private Project

Beautiful Colors

Beautiful Colors is a glimpse into a forgotten way of seeing. As we make our way into adulthood, the intensity of how we experience the world as children gradually fades away. Flavours are not as sharp, smells are not as pungent, and colors are not as beautiful.

This is what director J.A. Moreno visually illustrates with his latest short film. Inspired by Tennyson’s Favorite Things, Beautiful Colors tells us of how we’ve become tainted by society, losing focus of the dreams, hopes and goals we initially set out with.

Helped by those who have managed to stay true to themselves, Beautiful Colors is a reminder of those special moments when we are finally able to truly see again.

  • J. A. Moreno
  • Naomi Morillo
    Key Cast
  • Tennyson - Favorite Things
  • María Juanico
  • Pablo Lago
    Director of photography
  • Raul Lopez
    Project Manager
  • Nil Santané
  • Cesc Maymó
    Focus Puller
  • Mariona Gros
  • Niccolò Montanari
    Festival Distribution
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Web / New Media, Other
  • Genres:
    fashion film, short film, new media, web media, experimental
  • Runtime:
    2 minutes 34 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 1, 2018
  • Production Budget:
    300 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
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Director Biography - J. A. Moreno

J. A. Moreno is an award-winning Spanish music video director based in Los Angeles (USA). He has worked with artists such as Andrés Calamaro (3x Latin Grammy Award-Winning), Blasterjaxx, Juicy M, Alison Wonderland, Luka Caro, Fernanda Martins, Joe Stone, Marsal Ventura and Esty Leone, as well as collaborated with labels such as Warner Music, Sony Music, Universal Music, Spinnin' Records and Audiocode Records.

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Director Statement

“Beautiful Colours is a film for all those people who have had to find compromises in order to fit within society’s structure and norms. With this film, I wanted to invite all of us to look around and take a few moments to remember how we used to see things and what we used to dream of ”