In the not too distant future, in the Republic of Chile, the young detective Joyce Nova fulfills her functions in a thin horizon between law, morality and her particular vision of justice: after having suffered a horrendous crime firsthand. and that the criminal has been protected by the political power in office, his idealization of a just world has become dark and punctual. The closest thing to justice and criminal punishment, for Joyce, will be revenge.
Accompanied at all times by your Dedicated Multifunctional Assistance Automaton, or A.D.A.M., the routine work of imparting and enforcing the law will become a heavy burden. The automaton A.D.A.M., thanks to its extraordinary technological advances, will discover the instability identifiers of her partner, making her see that her judgment as a law enforcement officer is compromised.
It will thus have A.D.A.M. before his analytical gaze a calculation of probabilities that, like Joyce, will lead him to the border, to the horizon of the law: that greyish space where, apparently, automation is lost and autonomy is gained, the feeling of " To be".
Will it go through A.D.A.M. the threshold of your programming by Joyce or, perhaps, why justice demands it?
Pablo Roldán López is a self-taught actor, screenwriter, producer and director.
In 2006, he starred as an actor and digital effects supervisor in the independent short film "Star Wars Renaissance," which was the People's Choice Award winner at the ATOM film festival, co-produced by Lucasfilm and sponsored by George Lucas.
In 2006 he made his first short film as a screenwriter and director, "Sueño" was a finalist in the festival "One minute of the other" organized by Teleton.
In 2010 he began his career as a filmmaker with the western short titled "Enemigo fajano", this short film allows him to win in 2013 the Aspiring Filmmaker Contest organized by Sony Pictures International and Quentin Tarantino for the premiere of the film Django Unchained. Roldán was the representative of South America and with 9 selected filmmakers from the world had the opportunity to
directing an excerpt from the original script for the film and giving his own insight into it, these works were envisioned by Tarantino himself.
In 2011 he wrote, produced and directed "Crossroads". A science fiction short film finalist at the Summer Film Festival organized by Filmskillet.
In 2014, he wrote, produced and directed "#SinBalas", a 30-second short film that received the creativity award at the "Nanomedares" festival organized by Plagio, Metro and TVN, it was the first year that Nanome Films presented this award.
In 2014 he wrote, produced and directed the Western short film "Road to Redemption", (finalist in English) finalist at the Almería Western Film Festival, the most important European festival of the genre worldwide.
"Road to Redemption" was also selected at the Los Angeles Filmfest Festival, won the Audience Award at the Emerging Film Festival in Concón, and was selected at the 2016 Lebu Film Festival in Chile.
In Road to Redemption Roldán also wrote and composed the song (in English) "Fate Horses" that is part of the soundtrack of the film.
In 2016, he wrote, produced and directed the Western short film "Ricochet, a bullet for a dead man", (spoken in English) selected at the Myrodereel Australia Festival, Chaotic Culture Bolivia, Ipiales Film Festival Cine sin Fronteras Colombia, Winner at the Festival of Emerging Cinema in Concón, in 2017 and Selected at Cinelebu in Concepción Chile in 2018, the year in which that festival began to qualify for the Oscar awards.
In 2017, he participated in the 48 hour film project, generating a 48-hour short film entitled “El Rescate” which won the award for best visual effects in said competition.
In 2018 he wrote and directed the conceptual action short film titled
HORSEPOWER which was the official selection in Santiago Horror Fim Festival Suspense Fantastic Film Festival Concepcion. Paraná International Film Festival, Argentina. Newcastle international Short film Festival in Australia.
Iberofest, Iternational film festival in Colombia and the Chhatrapati Shivaji international film festival in India.
In 2019 he published his first book, the anthology of science fiction and horror suspense stories titled "From the fears"
To this day, Roldan has written and directed eleven short films and written two feature films.