23:00 Trueba cinemas 2
Sam Zubrycki / Puerto Rico, United States, Colombia (2019 / 93’ / VOSE)
This is the story of Miguelito, who went from singing in a Puerto Rico neighborhood to playing with the most outstanding salsa musicians such as Eddie Palmieri, Papo Lucca's, La Sonora Poncena, Nelson Feliciano, Máximo Torres or Malo Malo... to simply disappear completely. This is a documentary to celebrate the depth of Caribbean music and culture and reveal the story of the "Salsero" in oblivion whose album became a classic.
- Director: Sam Zubrycki
- Year: 2019
- Country: Puerto Rico, United States, Colombia
- Length: 93 min.
- Original language: English, Spanish
- Camera: Hanley Zheng
- Editor: Rolando Olalia
- Producers: Sam Zubrycki
- Film company: Jotz Productions
Sam Zubrycki is a filmmaker based in Sydney, Australia who has been working in the arts industry for over fifteen years. He has been involved in a range of local and international productions that have led to an array of collaborations with filmmakers from around the world.
Sam’s first short documentary L'Artigiano was selected for competition at the Antenna Documentary Film Festival, Sydney, Australia. He was as well the editor on the short drama Driftwood Dustmites that was selected for competition at the 65th Berlinale Film Festival.
He is currently presenting his first feature film Miguelito.