Armand Rovira

HOISSURU, 18:00 min, B&W, Stereo, Spain, 2017

Graduated in postproduction by Centro de Estudios Cinematográficos de Cataluña. His first work is a found-footage “Das Schützenfest” (1998), co-directed with experimental filmmaker Oriol Sánchez. The following year he directed “El bufón de Belzebú”, a short film shot in Super 8 format, a fiction that was selected in the Festival of Sitges in 1999. In the year 2000, he started a long route through cinema festivals, thanks to “La transgresión en el matrimonio y en la orgía”, a short piece of animation shot in 16mm. The next year he co-directed with Agusti Villaronga, Jesús Ramos and others, “Gracias Exquisita”, an experimental collective work, recorded entirely in Super8 . “La purificación excremental” (2002), an experimental 35mm short film, took him back to festivals in the country and he achieve a position into the official selection of the Festival of Sitges in 2004. In the same year, he rolls 35mm excerpts of “La Peste Negra” a black comedy and surrealism film, starring the comedy duo Calatrava brothers. For various reasons, the film could never reach completion. In the year 2009 he presents the short film shot on 35mm “¿Qué será de baby Grace?” (2009). A film starring Álex Angulo where he mixed found-footage and fiction to tell the first visit of the actress Grace Kelly to Mallorca. With this film, he began a tour of 53 festivals, some of them international.

Hiroko is a Japanese girl who suffers a sharp pain inside her head caused by a specific sound frequency that only she can hear it.

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