A gay photographer seeks to dispel doubts about his undocumented lover. His torment leads him to create a secret exhibition funded by his best friend, a prestigious doctor struggling with addiction. Everything takes an unexpected turn on opening night when an "unknown" becomes the instrument used by fate to expose a complex plot of sex, trafficking and lies.
Screening will be followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Jazz Vilá and cast members including Alina Robert, Aylín Mujica, Sian Chiong and Scarlet Ortiz.
Jazz Vila (1984, Cuba) is an actor, theater director. playwright, and founder/CEO of Jazz Vila Projects. A graduate from the prestigious School of Performing Arts in Cuba (2004), his professional career began even prior at age 14 as an actor in the soap opera Las Huérfanas de la Obrapía. As an actor, he has had roles in El Acompañante (Pavel Giroud), Fatima o el parque de la Fraternidad (Jorge Perugorria), and Juan de los Muertos (Alejandro Brugués). His performance in the latter earned him a Goya Award nomination for "Best Beginner Actor." In 2015 Vistar magazine included him in the list of the six most active young actors of Cuban cinema. His latest works have been for television platforms in Spain such as Skam with Movistar + and Paquita Salas with Netflix. Farándula is his directorial debut in cinema.