Through eight forceful arguments, the power raves reveals the future of humanity. First part of a trilogy.
Majnun is the first short film in a trilogy whose interest is based on the problems of humanity in the face of an unprecedented social, political and economic scenario.
The choice of the work of the sculptor Josep Bofill, an anthropocentrist in his early stage, together with the oriental music of Yair Dalal and the collaboration of the Jose Pedro Carrión National Theater Award, have made it possible to express these eight new etymologies for fundamental concepts that will be the starting point towards the new values that are revealed to humanity.
Yolanda García Morales
Barcelona, Spain. She studied drama at William Layton, HB Studio and Acting Studio in NY and contemporary dance with Gilberto Ruiz, Matt Mattox, Ru Horta and Ana
Maleras. She has published the essay "Oratory. The improvisation method" and has written her first script for experimental cinema named "Majnn". Insatiable in curiosity, her leading philosophers are M. Heidegger, F. Nietzsche, Jacques Derrido, Michael Foucauld, Paul B. Preciado, Nick Land... and she is interested in accelerationism, sexual dissent and deconstruction movements, among others.