Brook Preloader

In my films I like to explore the different ways that we can perceive our reality, regardless of genre. I like to create and dive into the unique universe of every character and how they see the World.

My background as an Engineer and Visual Effects Artist allows me to use new technologies to create new ways of storytelling.

Every scene, action or line of dialogue is an opportunity to explore the psyche and the soul in a visual way with all the artistic tools that I have at my disposal.

Working in so many countries has helped to connect with so many people all over the World. Family and parenthood are themes that are present in a lot of my work. They are universal relationships that cross every border, every culture and every language.

I am currently developing a TV series and a my first feature film.

Alicia

Through the Breaking Glass

Date


29 / 4 / 2014


Production


Iván Mena Tinoco

Genre


Fantasy/Drama


Direction


Iván Mena Tinoco


Awards


Honorable Mention of the “Jury Palm Springs ShortFest” 2014 (U.S.)


Best Short Film “International Film Festival Manhattan” (U.S.)


Best Short Film “ Jury Award “USA Film Festival” 2015 (U.S.)


Honorable Mention of the Jury “Porto7” (Portugal)


Best Fantasy Short “Here Be Dragons” (UK)


Best Film 2015 “Film Makers of the Year” (Indonesia)


Best Foreing Short “California International Shorts Festival” 2015 (U.S)


Best Foreing Short “Award of Outstanding Excellence “International Film Festival for Documentary, Short and Comedy” (Indonesia)


Best Editing “Filmmaker International Film Festival” (Spain)


Synopsis

Alice, now a woman, awakens in a strange land. She doesn´t remember her name or how she got there. Three stars fall from the sky and transform into the pieces of a broken mirror once she collects and puts them together.
Each piece of broken glass hides a secret: a solitary and rainy alley, a little girl in a hospital and a creature born from the darkness.


Alice will have to unveil the mystery of the broken glass before 6 o´clock, when terrible things will happen…

100 Artists from 5 companies and 15 countries were involved in the production. I developed a virtual community where all artists shared their craft and approaches to create and develop the final look of the film.


100 Artists from 5 companies and 15 countries were involved in the production. I developed a virtual community where all artists shared their craft and approaches to create and develop the final look of the film.

Alicia