William, the New Judo Master

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    William, the New Judo Master

    William, el nuevo maestro del judo

    Directed by

    Mexico

    2016

    96 min

    • English
    • Spanish
    • Swedish

    Docufiction

    WILLIAM, THE NEW JUDO MASTER portrays the universe of an eternal being that exists within a lifecycle filled with disappointments and hopelessness. It’s the chronicle about the search for love and the fight against oblivion.

    Awards

    • Special Mention (Fósforo Jury) - FICUNAM

    Festivals

    Credits

    Cast
    William Clauson
    Edward Coward
    Arak Bernal
    Hoze Meléndez
    Pako Houston
    Screenplay
    Julia Pastrana
    Ricardo Silva
    Omar Guzmán
    Cinematography
    Adrian Durazo
    Editing
    Omar Guzmán
    Music
    William Clauson
    Tony Roland
    Production
    SPECOLA
    Sales
    THE OPEN REEL
    Ricardo Silva

    Ricardo Silva

    Mexico

    Born on November 20th, 1985, he is originally from Guanajuato, Mexico. He moved to Tijuana, Baja California during his childhood. He is majoring in sociology at the Autonomous University of Baja California. His first film project was ISSBOCET, a short-film made in 2006 for the Recortos 48 festival, this short-film has been screened in Canada, Spain, Argentina, USA and Mexico City. In 2010 he produced SAMUEL a short-film screened in Los Angeles, California, where he met Jesse Lerner. In 2013 he finished his first feature film as a director, a film called NAVAJAZO. It has been screened in several galleries in Europe, in Mexico City and Tijuana, Mexico. He is currently working on his next film “EL FRACASO” which will be finished in 2014.

    Selected Filmography

    Omar Guzmán

    Omar Guzmán

    Mexico

    Omar Guzmán started his career in film as an editor and screenwriter on documentaries, including Ricardo Silva's NAVAJAZO (2014). Guzmán's directorial debut, WILLIAM, THE NEW JUDO MASTER (2016), is another collaboration between him and Silva.