Here’s your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you’ll have the chance to vote for your favorite.
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“All the Women”
An online film experience shot in London, Madrid, New York, Paris and Tokyo. A tribute to the XXI Century Woman every day during 2012.
5 cities, 366 films, 366 women. An inspirational daily film experience about anonymous women around the world. Urban chaos surrounding girls in Shibuya (Tokyo), an old lady in Monmartre (Paris), a lonely waitress in Plaza Mayor (Madrid), a girl amazed by Picadilly Circus night lights (London).
Director: Pablo Maqueda
About the Production:
“‘All the Women’ is a journey around 5 different cities in the world searching and capturing the XXI century women routines. I feel cinema as a journey, literally. I traveled alone to all the cities trying to capture an intimate moment of life. Spontaneous instants of anonymous women to remember. My purpose is to open new doors in cinema, creating a new online narrative experience for spectators. A film that will evolve daily during all 2012 while the audience is watching it.”–Pablo Maqueda.
The film is currently in post-production. Released online January 1st, 2012 at www.allthewomenfilm.com
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