Halfway through the nineties, while young Spanish filmmaker, Alex Fortuna, is directing his first feature film, a modern tale of Orpheus’ myth, the shooting comes to a sudden halt and the film falls into oblivion.
Cult actors such as Franco Citti or Rafael Álvarez, “El Brujo”, alongside young promises who were making their debut in front of the camera, such as a very young Ginés García-Millán in the lead role, made up the cast. Twelve years later, producer L.M. Kit Carson studies the possibility of reuniting the cast and crew
Chumilla Carbajosa has a degree in Cinematographic Direction from the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografía
(CSC) in Rome. Chosen as Best Young
European Film School Director for his short feature, Berenice, at the beginning of the nineties, he created
Kinos Klan, his own production company. In 1995, he directed Carmen Maura, Rafael Álvarez and many
famous actors in the European co-production Amores que matan (Love Kills), a black comedy inspired by
Norman Rockwell’s iconography. His creative work also stretches to other areas such as literature, photography,