A mix of experimental visuals for María José Llergo’s track “Me Miras Pero No Me Ves” by Madrid-based filmmaker Aitor Urbaneja. The idea for video comes from the lyrics themselves, which speaks about the invisibility of the hard-working countrywomen in rural Spain, and how they have become non-existent to the government institutions in modern times. As cinematographer Guille Vázquez explains:

“We decided to mix Maria José’s performance with Super 8mm shots of actual country-woman in Galicia that we captured with Val de Omar’s style in mind. Our CGI artist Andrei Warren also created a series of Andalusian, flamenco-inspired objects that represent modernity (olive trees, rock textures that remind us of the countrywoman worn out hand skin, etc).”


María del Pilar Otero
Rita María Milagros
Pilar Díaz
María Sara Calaza
María Aguado Calero
Apolonia Calero

Director & Editor: Aitor Urbaneja
Producer: Óscar Zamora
Executive Producer: Eduardo Muñoz
Video Commisioner: Luis Ángeles
Management: Laura Llamas
1st AD: Gianfranco Ricchiardi
PA: Álvaro Cano
2nd PA: Ana Rodríguez & Andrea Sánchez
Production Designer: Dani Raev
Production Designer Assistant: Carlos Sánchez
Stylist: Paula Cariatydes
Director of Photography: Guille Vázquez
1st AC: Héctor Montaño
2nd AC: Isabelle Simmen
Gaffer: David Gómez
Sparks: Nacho Carratalá, Desiderio Hitos, Nerea Martínez, Andy González, Javier de la Iglesia
Still Photography: Humberto Forero
CGI Art: Andrei Warren, Sergio Pérez

Special Thanks:
Borja Conde
Teresa Tarrago
Manuel Bolaño
Cristina Junquero
Aido Villarrasa


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