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Words of Caramel

    Palabras de Caramelo

    Spain / Color / 20' / 2016

    In a refugee camp in the Sahara desert, lives a deaf boy who wishes to learn how to write so that he could express the words of his best friend, the young camel Caramel. However, the world of Kori is unusual because he has always lived in refugee camps of the Sahara unknowing the sign language. He needs to learn to write in order to overcome the barriers of his lack of communication and thus, reclaim his education rights.

    Juan Antonio Moreno Amador

    Juan Antonio Moreno (Talavera la Real, Spain, 1982) is director, scriptwriter and producer. Moreno has studied Journalism at University Carlos III, Library and Information Sciences at University Extremadura, International Relations at University Complutense and Script at Film and Television School in San Antonio de los Baños (Cuba). In 2010 he founded Moreno the production and consulting company Making DOC. He is member of the European Film Academy.

    Cast & Crew

    • direction: Juan Antonio Moreno Amador
    • Screenplay: Juan Antonio Moreno Amador, Inspired on the novel “Palabras de Caramelo” by Gonzalo Moure
    • Cinematography: Javier Cerdá
    • Editing: Nacho Ruiz Capillas
    • Sound Design: Gabriel Gutiérrez, Luis Cotallo
    • producer:: Silvia Venegas Venegas, Juan Antonio Moreno Amador
    • original language:  Spanish


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