Cast: Alex Sola (Boy), Begoña Cano (Mother, voice acting), Javi Toste (Father, voice acting). Written and directed by Adrián Valle. Cinematography: Olga Jiménez Lobato. Editing: Márton Tarkövi. Cameramen: Jorge Cuadrado, Estefanía Agudelo. Sound recording and mixing: The Lobby. Special thanks to: Natalia Domínguez, Javier Jiménez, Rubén Madrigal, Chusa de la Puente, Julián Valle.
A commercial to promote El albergue de Sigüenza hostel, as well as the historical town where it's located and that it takes its name from. Cast: Paloma Mariscal & Javi Toste. Directed by Álex Marco & Héctor Izquierdo. Produced by Buitre Productions. November 17th & 18th, 2018. Sigüenza, Guadalajara, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain.
A compilation of clips shot in Cannes, Côte d'Azur, France, on May 17th, 18th and 19th, 2018, during the 71st Cannes Film Festival, for TSO (full title yet to be revealed), a film project by Véronique Hélias (all rights reserved). Starring: Javi Toste. Montage: Javi Toste. Soundtrack: Blind, by Meydn. Sound editing: Eloy Miranda. Cinematography: Véronique Hélias. Directed and produced by Véronique Hélias. This video has been created and distributed just for promotional purposes.
Vocals: Marcelo Parada. Guitars: Diego Conde & Iván Rodríguez. Bass: Luis Ruiz. Drums: Diego López. Cast: Xosé López (Leading) & Javi Toste (Supporting). Directed by Fran Villaverde. Producers: Adrián Almeida & Mario Corbal. Cinematography: Nico Esteiro. Assistant Director: Raquel Álvarez. Script Supervisor: Brais García. Camera Operator: Tomás Pérez. Key Grip: Sara Busto. Gaffer: Sergio Lorenzo. Assistant Camera: Nidia Álvarez. Make Up: Laura Muñoz & Marta González.
Location: Miguel Morón Estudio Fotográfico, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia. Original Screenplay by Javi Toste. Directed by Sue Rainbow. Edited by Javi Sega Producciones. Hair & Make Up by Manuel Pensado.
The Man Who Wants to Be the Ocean is a self-recorded and self-edited short film made with a smartphone and no budget. It was shot in June 29th, 2017, at Praia de Covelo, Bueu, Galicia. The script comes from the director himself's poem with the same title, originally written in Galician (O home que quere ser océano), appearing as an intertitle in the film, and speaks about its creator's vision of freedom. It intends to emulate the silent classics. Soundtrack: "Relent", by Kevin MacLeod (...
My first showreel, a hundred percent self-edited, that I had to rescue forgotten files and annoy many people for. It showcases film and stage, drama and comedy, but, most of all, crazy and quaint takes in Galician, Spanish and English. Please, feel free to share your reviews.