Experiencing Interruptions?


  • Mora Escolá
  • Marina Sottini
  • Bianca Giganti
    Director of Photography
  • Mora Escolá
    Director of Photography
  • Bianca Giganti
    Director Assistant
  • Mora Escolá
  • Bianca Giganti
  • Laura Basombrío
    Sound director
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Experimental, Short, Student, Web / New Media
  • Genres:
    Documentary, virtual, streaming, web
  • Runtime:
    9 minutes 33 seconds
  • Production Budget:
    10 USD
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  • Shooting Format:
    Screen recording
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Director Biography - Mora Escolá

Mora was born in 1991 in a small city near to Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Since she was a girl she did many things related to the artistic world and the plastic arts.
At 18 years old she moved to Buenos Aires to study, work and develop her artistic career. She have worked as an actress on films, commercial and music videos.
In 2013, after her second film as the protagonist, she decided to start studying photography and enroll in the Image and Sound Design career at the University of Buenos Aires.
In the year 2019, she started to work with Bianca Giganti, Laura Basombrío y Marina Sottini on a documentary project called Cute As Hell (WebCamerz) that was registered in its entirety with screen capture applications in motion, generating a virtual material from live virtual broadcasts of webcamers from all over the world. They started working on projects together since 2015.
Mora have a certain tendency about an alternative perspective of audiovisual design. Her interest lie mainly in the conceptual and aesthetic work of images and sound, poetic construction and metalanguage.
Now is living in Madrid, Spain, where she work as an actress, vegan chef and multidisciplinary artist.

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Director Statement

I always found interest in mystery of virtuality.
In this work I wanted to go into that.
I think this is the start of another big thing because it have no end and it is constantly growing, like my couriousness.