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The Cidade Tiradentes Center is the largest culture medium of São Paulo’s east region. With 30 thousand square meters, the place offers artistic and sport activities to the population; while also providing professional and environmental formation. In addition to the Human Rights themed library, the place has also a technical audiovisual park and a large movie theater with a capacity for 150 seats with digital projection.


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Spain |  2017  |  80 minutes  |  Director: Marc Martínez Jordán

On Alex’s farewell party with his friends, three strange invaders will kidnap them with the only goal of playing twisted mortal games while they stream it, turning all this insane torture into a viral show.

Creative in showing how things get extremely bizarre with internet's reach and ability to create instantaneous popularity, "Framed" is born of the classic "home invasion" subgenre, using ultra-violence to portray the insane side of social media and its rampant growth.


Marc Martínez Jordan (Calella, 1989) graduated as Director from ESCAC in 2012. His final career Project, "Timothy" (Official Fantàstic Competition Shorts), combines a naive atmosphere with a violent and distressing script. The Short Film won 38 awards and had more than 200 official selections in film festivals around the world.

He also co-directed "Los Inocentes" (Official Fantàstic Panorama In Competition in Sitges 2013), a 12-director adolescent slasher produced by ESCAC, was broadly distributed and sold in international markets.

His last work, a short film called "Horseface" with 30$ Budget, starred by himself and his Grandma, has won more than 60 national and international awards (like “Milano Film Festival”, “Brussels Short Film Festival”, “Sitges Film Festival” or “Las Vegas Film Festival”) and has been selected in more than 250 film festival around the world.

Now he’s presenting his first feature horror film, Marc Carrete’s produced “Framed”.