This new conceptual and sensory miniature rethinks the concept of the social (self) portrait by playing with the distortions of a Big Brother impassively watching over us. A technological state of permanent control, of mechanization of a daily life ruled by the human-made inventiveness.
Nayra Sanz has a degree in Hispanic Philology. She did part of her doctoral thesis in Berlin. She studied a Master of Film Direction in NY. She has directed five short films and her first feature film is 'As Old as the World'.
"Sub Terrae" (2017) / "Un día cualquiera" (2014) / "Tan antiguo como el mundo" (2012) / "Things in Common" (2011) / "Encounter" (2010) / "Anniversary" (2009)