HANDIA (AUNDIYA)

Handia

España. 2017. Color. 114 min. Ficción. .
  • Film Director: Aitor Arregi; Jon Garaño.
  • Scriptwriter: Aitor Arregi; Andoni de Carlos; Jon Garaño; José Mari Goenaga Balerdi.
  • Cast: Ramón Agirre; Eneko Sagardoy; Joseba Usabiaga.
  • Cinematography: Javier Agirre.
  • Editing: Laurent Dufreche; Raúl López.
  • Music: Pascal Gaigne.
  • Sound: Xanti Salvador.
  • Special Effects: Mariano García.
  • Producer: Xabier Berzosa; Iñaki Gomez; Iñigo Obeso.

After fighting in the First Carlist War, Martín returns to his family farm in Gipuzkoa and discovers with surprise that his younger brother, Joaquin, is much taller than normal. Convinced that everyone will want to pay to see the larger man on Earth, both brothers embark on a long journey through Europe in which ambition, money and fame will forever change the fate of the family. A story inspired by real events

Aitor Arregi

The Oñatiarra director has a long history in the world of animation, cinema, documentaries, and in general, audiovisual works. He co-directed with Iñigo Berasategi the animation films as 'Cristobal Molón' or 'Glup', which was selected for the 2004 Goya Awards in the category of Best Animated Film, and in 2007 he directed together with Jose Mari Goenaga the documentary 'Lucio', a project that would also opt for the 2007 Goya Awards in the Best Documentary category. In 2011 directs with the same director the short film 'Amigo íntimo', which won the best short film award in In addition, Arregi has been also a feature film producer.

"Loreak" (2014) / "Zarautzen erosi" (2014) / "El Método Arrieta" (2013) / "Amigo íntimo" (2011) / "Lucio" (2007) / "Cristobal Molón" (2006) / "Wide Angle" (2004) / "Glup" (2004)

Jon Garaño

Jon studied Journalism and Advertising at the University of the Basque Country and Cinema in Sarobe (Basque Country) and in San Diego (USA). In 2001, he founded the production company Moriarti with other four colleagues, and he has worked as film director and/or screenwriter for many audiovisual projects. His short films have won over 100 competitions and his documentaries have been broadcast in more than fifteen countries.

"Urezko eraztuna" (2011) / "80 Egunean" (2010) / "Perurena" (2010) / "Asämara" (2008) / "On the line" (2008) / "FGM" (2008)