World Cinema – Feature
East Coast Premiere
EL AMOR NO ES LO QUE ERA (Love’s Not What It Used To Be), Gabriel Ochoa
Spain / 2013 / 89 min / DCP / Spanish w/English sub-titles
Alex comes across Lucia’s life, two youngsters who start discovering each other-the escape velocity will determine their future-. Paz and Jorge see how their relationship is fading and they don’t know what to do-Hyperbola, whose bodies will never go back to their point of origin-. Albert and Irene meet after some decades of separation-Parabola whose trajectories –it seemed- were not going to join again-. Love´s Not What It Used to Be is the story of the physical law of divergent trajectories.
*Law of divergent trajectories: In the parabola it seems trajectories will never join again, but at some far point, they always get closer to each other. However, the performance of the hyperbola is different: bodies will never go back to their point of origin. The determining factor is the escape velocity, fix value that sets the future trajectory of the object in the future.
Screenplay: Ada Hernández, Gabriel Ochoa, Rafael Cobos / Producers: Tv On Producciones (Paloma Mora) / Cinematographer: Gabriel Guerra / Editor: Vicente Ibáñez / Composer: Julio De La Rosa / Production Designer: Paloma Mora / Art Director: Nacho Ruipérez Y Abdon Alcañiz /
Principal Cast: Alberto San Juan, Aida Folch, Nicolás Coronado, Blanca Romero, Petra Martínez Y Carlos Álvaraz-Nóvoa, Con La Colaboracion De Jose Coronado / Contact: TV On Producciones-Paloma Mora. mail: email@example.com
THE DIRECTOR: Gabriel Ochoa was born in Valencia (Spain) in 1976. He graduated in Hispanic philology, and started as a play writer at university, to continue educating himself as a scriptwriter with teachers the likes of Piti Español, Linda Seger, or Doc Comparato, and as a filmmaker at the Veomax Film School. Since 2001 he works as a television scriptwriter and directed for 4 years the film program Ficcionari (Cartelera Television Award 2009). El amor no es lo que era (Love’s not what it used to be) is his cinematographic debut.
The 28th Annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival runs Oct 18 - November 11, 2013 in Ft Lauderdale, Hollywood, Sunrise, Pompano Beach and on Grand Bahama Island. The fest moves to Saint Augustine January 16 - 19, 2014. There are over 200 films plus a galaxy of parties, cruises, and special events. Special guests include Ann-Margret, Ed Asner, Tab Hunter, Anna Paquin, Lea Thompson, Aphrodite Jones, Guy Harvey, Jonathan Bird, Pauly Cohen, William Grefe, Jonas Armstrong, Hannah Tointon and Michael Bolton. FLIFF is the Guiness World Record holder for longest in the world.
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