Josema Roig

20' | 2012 | Spain
VO: Spanish | Subt: English

Drama  |  LGBT  |  Women

6 public score (3 votes)


One given summer day, one more day. Rodrigo watches Anita floating away in the complex swimming pool. Anita is not paying attention, her mind is somewhere else. At night they will meet again, in a very different place, where teenagers pretend they are grown-ups.


Paula Muñoz, Joan Antoni Castell, Helena Sanchis-Guarner, Joss Domenech, Amparo Ferrer Báguena, Joan Antoni Castell

  • Original Title: Anita

    Director: Josema Roig

    Sort by Running Time: 20'

    Year of production: 2012

  • Category: Fiction

    Genre/Theme: Drama , LGBT, Women

    Distribuidora: Freak Independent Film Agency

    Nationality: Spain

    Productora: Kinofilms S.L.

  • Language of dialogues: Spanish

    Subtitle language: English

    Movie Rating: Not recommended for children under the age of sixteen


Tag: Adolescence, Party, Youth, Night, Lesbian, Contemplative, Drugs, Drunknness, European cinema


Best Young Filmmaker- 18º Festival de Zaragoza

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Director's Bio and Filmography
Josema Roig Spain Director

After around twenty short films and two feature films as director of photography, he earned an award for one, The Golden Gag, which won the Golden Aphrodite Award at the 2010 International Festival of Cyprus. That same year he decided to make a shift his career toward directing. After training to become a screenwriter under the likes of Michel Gaztambide (winner of the 2012 Goya for No Rest for the Wicked), he made his start with Anita, a new film adventure worlds apart from conventional commercial film, one in which he takes a personal and risky approach in his exploration of silences and atmosphere.

He is currently wrapping up the filming of Sometimes, the most recent music video for the award-winning indie band Polock. He was the director of photography on the soon to be released the feature film Enxaneta (by Alfonso Amador) and is finishing up pre-production in Paris on Le Dragon et le Phoenix, a promising project by the winner of the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Caroline Chu-Vandevelde.

Other films by the director in Feelsales

Feelsales | Agastia, 36, bajo exterior; 28027, Madrid; Spain

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