Impostora

Celia hears a voice note from her boss and is shocked. That's when an "old friend" comes to visit her... Celia will have to face her in a different way if she wants to keep growing.

  • Enrique Ellerker
    Director
  • Enrique Ellerker
    Writer
  • Tumulto Films
    Producer
  • Enrique Ellerker
    Executive producers
  • Ulises Gorka
    Executive producers
  • Alexandra Ballesteros
    Key Cast
    "Celia"
  • Fiona Osio
    Key Cast
    "Mónica"
  • Hugo Catalán
    Key Cast
    "Hugo"
  • Ulises Gorka
    Art Director
  • Brolorizo
    Music
  • Vivian Abrajan
    MUAH
  • Andy González
    Colorist
  • Mariana Rebollo
    Sound
  • Ulises Gorka
    Stylist
  • electrokinky
    Video + Sound edition
  • Project Type:
    Short
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes 10 seconds
  • Country of Origin:
    Mexico
  • Country of Filming:
    Mexico
  • Language:
    Spanish
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital 6K
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1:2.39
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
  • Rohip International Film Festival
    Kallal, Tamil Nadu
    India
    December 7, 2022
    Best International Short Film
  • Indo Singapore International Film Festival
    Kallal, Tamil Nadu
    India
    December 16, 2022
    Best International Short Film
  • International World Film Awards

    United States
    January 31, 2023
    Best Director Indie Short Film (low budget)
Director Biography - Enrique Ellerker

Enrique Ellerker. Madrid. Graduated in screenwriting at Foro de Creadores school (Madrid), he is both scriptwriter and director. He is the playwright of "Gitano", 2019. Also, he wrote and directed the plays "La última charla" and "El último aprendriz" at Microteatro por dinero (Madrid). In 2022 he directs the short "Impostora" at México City with a local crew. Currently he is working on his next documentary short filmed on 8mm, titled "Eterno 89" and developing a script for a future series.

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Director Statement

This short film was born to show one more way to self-acceptance. Accepting our emotions and taking responsibility for them, is hard to do. But understanding that in most of the cases situations happen as an indication that something is failing within us, makes everything easier and helps us to give a positive turn. I believe that accepting is synonymous with growing.