Red Hooded Cape

Red Hooded Cape is a 12-year-old teenage girl who lives in the city. On her way to school experiences an escalation of dangerous situations, taking her back to the classic tale in the forest.

  • Diego Alejandro
  • Julián Guidi
  • Margarita Peralta
  • Diego Alejandro
  • Pablo Fermani
  • Margarita Peralta
  • Candela Rodriguez
    Key Cast
    "Red Hooded Cape"
  • Margarita Fernández
    Key Cast
  • Pablo Fermani
    Key Cast
  • Margarita Peralta
    Key Cast
  • Pablo Fermani
  • Malena Altamirano
    Director Assistant
  • Julián Guidi
    Production Designer
  • Alfredo Ridolfo - TEIAO
    Music Soundtrack
  • Jorge Fresquet
    Graphic Design
  • Maximiliano Herman
    Production Assistant
  • Rocío Magali
    Make-Up Artist & Hair Stylist
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Capuchita Roja
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short, Other
  • Genres:
    Drama, Videodance
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes 57 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 21, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    4,000 USD
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  • XXII Festival Infantil y Juvenil Chulpicine
    Quito, Pichincha
    July 22, 2023
    World Premiere
    Official Selection
  • 3° Festival de Cine DALE REC
    Sáenz Peña, Chaco
    August 2, 2023
    National Premiere
    Official Selection
Distribution Information
  • El Delirio Cine
    Country: Worldwide
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Diego Alejandro

Videodance director and artistic photographer, resident in Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile. Graduate in Social Communication, mention in Audiovisual Arts from the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, Puerto Ordaz. Venezuela.
Co-founder of Camaleon Audiovisual.
Director of ''The wind is in my favor'' Documentary series that addresses social integration through dance, from the perspective of dancers from France, Spain and Argentina.
Co-director of Sonhos, Videodance filmed in Chile
Director of Quinto Vínculo, Videodance with exhibitions in countries such as Brazil, Spain, Germany, Argentina and Chile.
Director of Lontananza, Videodance that addresses Venezuelan migration through the Joropo. With premiere at Screendancechilefest.

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Director Statement

The vast majority of women in Latin America, at some point in their lives, have experienced various types of harassment, one of them in public transport, currently these situations are being denounced and are no longer normalized or silenced.
This short film is a contemporary redefinition of Little Red Riding Hood with which we seek to reverse classic tales inquiring into the bond between the Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood, so innocent in the version of the Grimm Brothers, but so macabre in the original version of Perrault, being dance on this occasion the language that allows us to resignify these contents, oriented towards prevention, understanding and training of our childhoods and adolescents, imagining the various challenges that they are experiencing today; public that, in addition, are showing us to be the protagonists in consumption, seeking to be represented, in the content and their narratives.