Someone's Daughter

España. 2019. Color. 70 min. Ficción. Vídeo.
  • Film Director: Marcel Alcántara; Júlia De Paz Solvas; Sara Fantova; Guillem Gallego; Celia Giraldo; Alejandro Marín; Valentín Moulias; Pol Vidal; Gerard Vidal Cortés; Enric Vilageliu; Carlos Villafaina.
  • Scriptwriter: Marcel Alcántara; Andrea Aliaga; Laura Borrego Madrona; Jordi Carol; Júlia De Paz Solvas.
  • Cast: Marta Aguilar; Pep Ambròs; Enric Auquer; Aina Clotet; Mercè Pons.
  • Cinematography: Marco Bertolini; Guille Bull; Jos Cach; Lola Errando; Angels Gazquez; Marc Guardiola; Andrea Mezquida; Andreu Ortoll; Sandra Roca; Paula Soler.
  • Editing: Lola J. Espejo; Arnau Alberch; Fran Bafaluy; Adriana Cuenca; Bernat de Ferrer; Javier Gil; Sergi Maixenchs; Oriol Milan; Victor Xavier Monzo.
  • Music: Aleix Fernández.
  • Producer: Júlia Estruga; Irene Hernandez.

Eli, 30 years old, attorney, pregnant, high class. She has been working for a long time on a media case with her father, a renowned attorney in Barcelona. On the first day of the trial her father disappears. She undertakes a search that will make her discover a reality that will put her emotional and family stability upside down.

Marcel Alcántara

Marcel Alcántara graduates in 2018 at the ESCAC (Escola Superior de Cinema i Audiovisuals de Catalunya), specializing in direction cinematographic Together with the rest of his classmates, he performs the collective film 'La filla d’algú', premiered in 2019 at the Malaga Festival.

Júlia De Paz Solvas

Júlia de Paz studied film at ESCAC to specialize in film direction, where she found her main motivation: the Direction of actors. Starting from a great concern and interest in the figure of women, her objective is to work on issues focused on inequality.

Sara Fantova

Born in Bilbao in March 1993. In 2013 she began her university studies at ESCAC (Escola Superior de Cinema i Audiovisuals de Catalunya) specializing two years later in Cinematographic Direction. She graduated in 2018 with 'Don't wake me up', a short film shot in Bilbao. 

Guillem Gallego

Guillem Gallego graduates in 2018 at the ESCAC (Escola Superior de Cinema i Audiovisuals de Catalunya), specializing in cinematographic direction. He is one of the eleven directors of 'La filla d’algú', a collective film made by the XX Promotion of ESCAC.

Celia Giraldo

Celia Giraldo, 1995, Cornellá de Llobregat. She began her studies at the ESCAC (Escola de Cinema i Audiovisuals de Catalunya), specializing in cinematographic direction. In 2018, she graduated with the short film 'I look for you all ', where she reflects on human relationships and the absurd, based on his closest reality.

Alejandro Marín

Málaga, 1993. In 2013 he moved to Barcelona to enter ESCAC (Higher School of Cinema and Audiovisuals of Catalonia), after leaving his studies of architecture. There he develops and directs several projects as a student like the short film 'Working' (Official Section XX Festival of Málaga, XVI Ibero-American Contest Spanish Version SGAE, CortoEspaña 2017, Best Short Film and Best Actor in Donosskino) and the feature film collective 'La filla d’algú'. In 2018 he graduated in the specialty of direction with the short film 'Nacho does not drive.'

Valentín Moulias

Valentin Moulias is a Director, Actor, Producer and Writer born in Paris, France. After graduating from the university, he enters the ESCAC (Higher School of Cinema and Audiovisual of Catalonia) in Barcelona, where he performs together with the rest of his classmates, the collective feature "La filla d’algú".

Pol Vidal

Pol Vidal graduates in 2018 at the ESCAC (Escola Superior de Cinema i Audiovisuals de Catalunya), specializing in cinematographic direction. As a final project he directs a TV pilot teaser called 'Charon', in addition to being one of the eleven directors of the collective film 'La filla d’algú'.

Gerard Vidal Cortés

Born in Barcelona,1994. He graduated in Film and Audiovisual Media, specializing in directing at the ESCAC in 2018. He wrote, realized and collaborated in manz audiovisual projects inside as well as outside of the university. He wrote and directed 'Tahrib' as his graduation project. During the last year of university he co-directed a collective feature film called 'La filla d'algú' which was realized within the frame of university.

Enric Vilageliu

Enric Vilageliu is a film director graduated from the Superior School of Cinema and Audiovisual of Catalonia (ESCAC). He has filmed a political documentary called The Catalan Clash (El Xoc, 2018) and has recorded video clips with the rock group The Crab Apples. He also launched a television show called Els Quatre Gags.

Carlos Villafaina

Carlos Villafaina Barcelona, 1991. After graduating in criminology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, he changed his professional career and began film studies at ESCAC. In the third year he writes and directs 'Silence please', an autobiographical short film that approaches the functional diversity of his twin brother. This student project manages to win the Roel de Oro in Medina del Campo and international recognition with the Audience Award in Short Shorts Asia, among other national and international awards and selections. Currently, he works on his second short film and final project 'Silkworms' while developing the script of what will be his First feature film