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  • Rubin Stein
  • Rubin Stein
  • Rubin Stein
  • Rubin Stein
Rubin Stein
Rubin Stein
Rubin Stein
Rubin Stein

Rubin Stein



Film Director & Writer

 

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Filmografía

2018, Short, Bailora
2016, Short, Nero
2013, Short, Tin&Tina
2012, Short, Handsome Devil
2009, Short, Pánico a una muerte ridícula


Bio

Rubin Stein, nacido en España, es un director, productor y guionista conocido por Tin&Tina (2013), Nero (2016) y Handsome Devil (2012).

Sus cortometrajes han sido exhibidos en más de 400 festivales de cine internacionales desde USA a China y han recibido más de 50 premios por todo el mundo, destacando la nominación en 2014 al Golden Méliès por el mejor cortometraje fantástico europeo

Su trabajo se define por una narrativa visual enigmática y una poderosa y atmosférica mise-en-scene, siempre al mando de elementos estéticos y simbólicos profundos para iluminar la historia. Este enfoque ha sido elogiado por los medios de comunicación definiéndolo como un "cineasta de culto" y como "el mejor discípulo de Hitchcock".


En 2018, su proyecto "Tin & Tina" fué uno de los 12 proyectos seleccionados para 'Frontières', organizado por el Festival Internacional de Cine Fantasia y el Marché du Film - Festival de Cannes.


Prensa
VARIETY - 10 Spanish Filmmakers on the Rise:
"Stein made the black and white short trilogy Light & Darkness, which snagged nominations and awards at Monterrey, Seville and Athens fests, among others. His works involve suspense, mystery and shocking visual impact. 'I feel attracted to that kind of cinema capable of generating an emotional trip,' he says. He’s also developing a follow-up to his first short Tin & Tina. His touching, slightly blistered and blessed-cut folk is like a gentle breath on the air"

 

FILMERA:
"Bailaora directed by Rubin Stein is a wonderful short masterpiece. It’s breathless, shifting from an army picking over dead bodies in the streets of post-war Spain to a ballerina imbued with special powers. Without words, Bailaora highlights the excellence of its form. When the ballerina tap dances, she makes the soldiers slam their guns and reload them in time. It’s a magical segment of surrealist expression, thoroughly striking and contemplative throughout. I’m haunted still by her cool, disaffected performance for the soldiers, while the children in hiding are able to slip out unharmed. This is a piece of incredible humanity and one of my favorite short films to date. It’s an absolute pleasure to be able to report on something so genuinely moving and evocative. I hope you all have an opportunity to see this wonderful piece of art. It deserves your full attention".

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