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The Screening of MIFF at Cinema du Parc

Montreal Independent Film Festival is back in Cinema du Parc of Montreal as a hybrid event with cinema and online screening for its annual program. Under Spanish Skies was screened on April 19th in Cinema du Parc from 5 PM to 7 PM. Nahéma Ricci, the rising star of TIFF was also in attendance with Nathan Buck the director of the film and Tullan Holmqvist. The other members of the cast and crew also attended the screening of their feature project in Montreal. Twenty film projects from all over the world have become finalists of the annual festival in 2022. Under Spanish Skies is one of the finalists of the festival in the feature category.



After the sudden death of her husband, a reclusive artist invites life long friends to her farm in Spain and reveals a shocking plan. before the weekend ends, the friends must reveal secrets from the past that will drive her toward a devastating choice. After early years as a professional actor, musician and mime artist Nathan began working in the UK’s film and video production in the early 2000’s. He started learning the business of film by assisting feature film producers and worked his way up to the role of line producer, before moving into writing and directing.





After early years as a professional actor, musician and mime artist Nathan Buck began working in the UK’s film and video production in the early 2000’s. He started learning the business of film by assisting feature film producers and worked his way up to the role of line producer, before moving into writing and directing. After arriving in NYC in 2005, his feature length documentary “Real Gone! Dance” competed successfully at the American Dance Film Festival in 2009. He specialized in arts documentaries while living with his wife, Megumi Eda, a professional dancer and filmmaker, and their 2 children in Harlem. Nathan began directing narrative shorts in the 90’s and has worked extensively as a video editor and shooter for 20 years. in 2015, he was invited to be filmmaker-in-residence at the prestigious Interlochen Center for the Arts, where he also directed the short film “Solitude” by Mia McCullough. In 2018, he and his family moved to Berlin where he shifted his focus back to writing and narrative drama. “Under Spanish Skies” is Nathan’s first full length narrative film. He is a graduate of Northwestern University where he majored in Performance Studies.



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