Experiencing Interruptions?


Transition takes place in the office of a psychoanalyst, where a couple meets to discuss the conflict of the father who does not accept that his son is homosexual. Hipólita (María Barranco), a struggling mother, vindicates equality and the rights of her son.
Transition highlights the ability of women to transform, decide, understand, value, help and overcome any adversity in life.

  • Cris Arana
  • Cris Arana
  • Cris Arana
  • María Barranco
    Key Cast
  • Manuel Moròn
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    "reparto "
  • Ramon Rados
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    Drama, Comedia
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    9 minutes 12 seconds
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    February 28, 2019
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    6,000 EUR
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Director Biography - Cris Arana

Director, producer and screenwriter, has a union of skills. After specializing in cinematographic photography and analog photography, he studied screenplay at Factoria del guion in Madrid, dramatic art at Studio Corazza and Studio Recabarren, thus consolidating his theatrical training. She has been the producer of plays such as Fiambres Vardos and ¿El Cianuro, alone or with milk ?, both by Juan José Alonso Millán. With her first short film she has been awarded at the San Diego festival, at LA JOLLA FILM FESTIVAL with the award for Best Creative Concept. He has also directed Workingay, a short film presented at FITUR 2019, and Transición, his latest work starring the famous María Barranco.

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Director Statement

Transición is a short film dedicated to Women.
What I want to highlight is that ability of women to transform, forgive, decide, understand, help, value and overcome any difficulty and adversity in life. I've done it for us, for women. I believe that we are not represented in a balanced way neither in the culture, nor in the cinema, nor in society and I believe that this has to be corrected. We need the multiple voices and views of women in artistic and non-artistic manifestations. María Barranco, my star actress is a very committed woman, for me it is a gift that she is in my short film and that she is the protagonist.
The LGTBI + world and women are two worlds that look very sideways. I have special sensitivity with this topic, I have lived closely experiences of gay friends and I am a woman, I can tell from my person and from the experience I have lived.