Almost invisible

In a Guatemalan mountain village, a young girl Elena, is sent to fetch water and keys for her mother, a local activist. On her way through the village, the dogs and other things in her inner self, start barking.

Coming and going

A film poem that reflects on light and darkness, confinement and freedom, and wonders on an outbound journey or a coming back.


For two years, a surgeon sends messages to her husband’s ex-lover obsessively as she knows about the infidelity.

Collector’s item

An exploration of everyday ambivalence around property, consumption, and whiteness. The text was written collaboratively, adapted from a longer work, and the video was made in conversation with the text.


Poster Casucka
A rural science fiction story about extinction, narrated by an individual that is the last of its kind.

The end of the existence of things

The point of view of a guy who has a big love loss and how he faces it. A voyage that goes through his mind and his sadness, that will take him through memories and the things that are left of that intense relationship, towards a liberating destination.

Forgot something?

This film is a vertiginous voyage about the impermanence and evolution of the relative value of things through certain lapses, spaces, ideas, conditions, beings and objects; our attachment to them, to life, their way to the end, to their rebirth, to their transformation.

Alle mensen en andere ziveraar

An exploration on a confused state of a trapped and wild experience on supposedly dancing forever or never with someone. An experimentation with 16mm double exposure and by hand developing using extra materials as buckets, sand and any film scratcher. Co-directed by film maker Dalia Huerta Cano and Belgian artist and editor Patrick Danse (Datrick Huertanse).

Flesh that remembers

The story of 9 parts of the body of persons that suffer changes throughout a year. The animations about body modifications by growth, aesthetics or pathologies are illustrated with stories and images of spaces that surrounded each character.