Two elderly sisters that are traveling together but are really distant from each other. A forced stop in their way makes them face the fact that they only have one another.

  • Flora Campero
  • Flora Campero
  • Flora Campero
  • Mariano Pozzi
  • Martín Senderowickz
  • Ingrid Pelicori
    Key Cast
  • Dana Basso
    Key Cast
  • Matías Broglia
    Key Cast
  • Pepe Peralta
    Director of photography
  • Natalia Tenenbaum
    Director of photography
  • Martín Senderowickz
    Film editor
  • Melina Vega
    Assistant director
  • Noe Volpe
    Production design
  • Lucho Corti
    Sound design
  • Estefanía Fica Dupouy
  • Camila Uriarte
  • Hernán Barboza
    Music composer
  • Nicolás Rey
    Sound mixer
  • Mauro Fernández
    Color Correction
  • Román Tkachuk
  • Ludmila Moreno Rodriguez
  • Milagros Barrancos Crespo
    Data Manager
  • Estefanía Botello
    Editor Assistant
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  • Runtime:
    14 minutes 48 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 7, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    6,000 USD
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    Digital UHD
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  • FICPBA - Festival Internacional de Cine de la Provincia de Buenos Aires
    La Plata, Buenos Aires
    September 2, 2023
    National Premiere
    Official Selection
  • 2º Fémifilms
    Sitges, Barcelona
    September 8, 2023
    European Premiere
    Official Selection
  • 9º CIFA 2023 - Concepción Independent Film Awards
    August 2, 2023
    International Premiere
    Official Selection
  • Festival de Cine sobre la discapacidad Ànec
    Cullera, Valencia
    September 29, 2023
    Official Selection
  • 8º Festival de Cine de Chascomús
    Chascomús, Bs As
    September 2, 2023
    National Premiere
    Official Selection
Distribution Information
  • El delirio cine
    Country: Worldwide
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Director Biography - Flora Campero

Image and Sound designer (FADU UBA). She has studied film direction with professors María de los Ángeles “Chiqui” González, Ana Katz and María Alché; acting with Julieta Vallina, Lautaro Delgado, Cesar Brie and Claudia Cantero and script writing with Irene Icowickz. Since 2012 she teaches “directing actors” at UBA.
Between 2013 and 2014 she directs in theatres the play “Love is silent”. In 2016 she writes and directs the short film “Thirty-six” thanks to the National Art Fund scholarship, that was part of many international film festivals such as: International Political Film Festival, Argentina (Jury Special Mention); Havana Film Fest, Cuba; International Independent Cinema from Elche, España; Human Rights Film Fest Colombia; San Francisco Latino Film Fest, USA y Signes de Nuit Film Festival, Francia, among others. She has just finished her second short film “Porcelains” thanks to the support of the Metropolitan Art Fund and the City Mentorship program.
She works in film and series production and has been part of “Black Snow” (Argentina‐Spain 2017) Dir. Martín Hodara, “Turu, the waky hen”(Spain‐Argentina 2019) Dir. Eduardo Gondell and Víctor Monigote, “The paradise” Dir. Federico Moreno Breser and Fernando Sirianni (Argentina 2021), “The roar of the butterflies” (Argentina-Spain, 2022), among others.

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Director Statement

I come from a family of strong and long-lived women. Clara and Rita were nourished by this constellation but they have a life of their own. The journey they undertake will be an opportunity for Rita to really see her sister and connect with her. Thus, the film will have an intimate style, delving into the bond of the protagonists.
Porcelains is a short film that seeks to investigate that sisterly relationship but with the particularity of doing it with elderly women. We are at a historic moment where, finally, women and dissidents are taking the leading role. That is why we believe that other stories are urgently needed to build, as Jaques Ranciere would say, "a new landscape of what’s possible."