Carlos Serrano Azcona (b. 1969, Madrid, Spain) studied philosophy at the Complutense University of Madrid and direction at the London Film School. In 2006, he founded his own production company, ESTAR AHÍ CINEMA, with which he produced the films El árbol (The tree) and Quantum Men. He was also a film editor for movies like Japón by Carlos Reygadas, The Cosmonaut by Nicolás Alcalá or Banaras Me by David Varela.
Letters from Parliament Square (2014, UK) Feature Documentary.
False Horizons (Falsos Horizontes, 2013, Spain). Feature Documentary.
False Flags (Banderas Falsas, 2012, Spain). Feature Documentary.
Quantum Men (2011, Spain) Feature Documentary.
The Tree (El Árbol, 2009 Spain and Mexico). Feature film.
Banderas Falsas (Orig.) / 2012 / Spain / 66 min
"Banderas falsas" (False Flags) is a contemplative and poetic film of an experimental nature which focuses on social movements (such as WYD, Occupy Spain, Spanish revolution, etc.) and their occupation of public spaces. The film formally employs different textures and to this end has used several formats ranging from HD to mobile phones...