Luis Antich de Oleza
I was born on February 6, 1999 in Palma de Mallorca, I did not grow up surrounded by cinema and film culture nor have I been “pushed” by my childhood into this life. However, I have always been curious about stories, whether they are my own or those of others, and I have been fascinated by sharing experiences and relating them when they have a reason. My love for cinema was a crush, when I was 16 years old and experienced for the first time what it is to create an audiovisual work and to receive the reaction of an audience. From that moment on, everything I’ve done has been for and to develop myself as a filmmaker and to understand more and more every day the art in which I find myself immersed. In 2017 I went to Southampton, United Kingdom, to study film production. That was a year in which, despite learning a lot, I did not feel fulfilled by the environment in which I found myself. Simply people were not passionate about the race and it seemed that they were there because of the lack of theoretical exams and the excess of free time, badly taken advantage of. I am currently studying the same career, but in London, where I am meeting people who are truly here to create, where more projects arise, more interesting and where the possibilities multiply. My projects so far are composed of several short films, some of them presented to competitions, without being anything serious; Video clips for different types of musicians (from rock to rap) in order to promote these artists; and my main work is a documentary made in Paraguay and tells the story of a team of Spanish doctors who, with their NGO, travel to the country to provide humanitarian aid, especially cardiology and pediatric, but the experiences and personalities they know during the The trip changes not only the doctors, but the team that documents the trip as well. The work, 30 minutes long, is made entirely by a friend and fellow filmmaker and me.