Driven to reconstitute his past, an aging man searches for his most precious memory.
Andrés Gallegos (Director)
Born in Chile, Andrés first discovered his passion for films at UNIACC in Santiago, where he graduated with a degree in audio-visual communications. Since then, he has shot more than ten short films and three feature films to date as a cinematographer. Andrés was awarded Best Cinematography at Fesancor (Santiago Short Film) Festival for Axion, when he was just twenty-two years old. Recently, he was director of photography on the feature film, The Origin of Heaven, directed by David Belmar, shot in the southern part of Chile, and post-produced in Mexico. Motivated by his passion for Cinema, Andrés moved to San Francisco California to earn his MFA as a Director. He is currently a graduate student at the School of Cinema, San Francisco State University.