Wed Oct 24, 2018 – 6:30 pm | Hendricks Center for the Arts
Tickets at the Door
Directed by David Martin-Porras
Narrative, Suspense, Rated R
USA | 101 min | 2018
When Mike finds out that he has he same neurological disease as his father, he decides to enter a chain of assisted suicides, which operates under one rule: if you want to die, you must kill someone first.
DAVID MARTÍN-PORRAS (Salamanca, SPAIN, 1982). After getting his bachelor’s degree in Barcelona and working in Madrid at Pedro Almodovar’s production company, David moved to Los Angeles to study an MFA in Directing at UCLA. David has directed several short films that won coveted awards worldwide: “The Breakfast”, “Portrait of a Couple”, “Round Trip”, “The Widow” and “Inside the Box”. He has been nominated for the Spanish Academy Awards and his work has been featured in over 150 festivals all over the world: South by Southwest, Palm Springs, Seminci, Interfilm Berlin, Milano, etc. David directed in 2011 his first feature, “Stealing Summers”, starring James Jagger, Sophie Auster and Wilson Bethel, and in 2017 the TV movie “Unwritten Obsession” broadcasted by Lifetime. David is one of the episodic directors of the prestigious ABC/Disney DGA Directing Program and the Fox Global Directors Initiative.