Nothing more than flowers
Gorgeous. Has rich roles and splendid performances”
The New York Times
“A meditation on romance and remembrance.”
The Hollywood Reporter
“Enthralling...a symphonic exploration of love and loss.”
“An elegantly lensed, heartwarming story.”
Sunday, November 15th, 5:00pm
Fairbanks Screening Room, Raleigh Studios
5300 Merlrose, Ave., Los angeles CA 9930
Monday, December 7th, 7:30pm
Ocean Sreening Room
1401 Ocean Ave. #110, Santa Monica CA 90401
Ane's life takes a turn when a bouquet of flowers is delivered to her house every week. Always at the same time and always anonymously. Lourdes and Tere's lives are also affected by some mysterious flowers. A stranger leaves a weekly bouquet in memory of someone important in their lives. This is the story of three women, three lives altered by the mere presence of bouquets of flowers. Flowers that will make feelings blossom inside them that had seemed long forgotten… But in the end, they are nothing more than flowers.
Loreak is the second film directed by the Garaño-Goenaga duo. Their previous film, 80 egunean (En 80 días), participated in more than 100 international festivals, including four A-level festivals (Karlovy Vary International Film Festival; San Sebastian International Film Festival- San Sebastian Film Commission Prize and the Sebastiane Award for best film with LGBT subject matter; Montreal World Film Festival and Cairo International Film Festival) winning over 30 prizes and becoming the most-awarded Basque film to date.
Thanks to the successful career of their production company, Moriarti, they are considered a reference within new Basque film.
(Donostia - San Sebastián, 1974)
Garaño studied journalism and marketing in the Basque University (EHE-UPV) and film in Sarobe and San Diego (USA). In 2001, he co-founded the production company Moriarti where he works as a director, producer and screenwriter. His short films have won awards in over 100 competitions and his documentaries have been broadcast in more than fifteen countries.
After studying business in San Sebastian, Goenaga studied film in Sarobe. In 2001, he co-founded the production company Moriarti. Beyond the short films he has directed (among them multi award-winning Tercero B, Sintonía and Lagun Mina, which together have garnered over 150 prizes), he has co-written and co-directed the animated feature Supertramps (nominated for best animation at the Goya Awards in 2005), and the feature documentary Lucio (premiered at San Sebastian International Film Festival and nominated for the Best Documentary Goya Award in 2007).
|Txema||JOSE RAMON SOROIZ|
|Directors:||Jon Garaño and Jose Mari Goenaga|
|Screenplay:||Aitor Arregi, Jon Garaño and Jose Mari Goenaga|
|Producers:||Xabier Berzosa, Iñaki Gomez and Iñigo Obeso|
|Production Design:||Mikel Serrano|
|Costume Design:||Saioa Lara|
|Production companies||IRUSOIN and MORIARTI|
|With the participation of||ETB, EUSKALTEL y TVE|
|Support||ICAA y GOBIERNO VASCO|
|Distribution company USA||Music Film Box|
|Worls sales||FILM FACTORY ENTERTAINMENT|
|Format||HD - DCP 2K Scope|
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