Origin of the author: Castellón.
Place of recording: Madeira and Cabo de Palos.
Length: 4 minutes.
"Time", a creation by Hector Ripollés Gascó in Castellón, is a 4-minute short film that immerses us in a deep reflection on the importance of time in our lives and how each of us chooses to make the most of it in the way we consider most efficient and meaningful. Through a moving visual narrative, the film invites us to contemplate the fleetingness of life and to value each moment, however ephemeral it may be.
The voiceover of two narrators, one young and one adult, guides us through this reflection, allowing us to empathise with people of all ages and life experiences. This universal approach connects us with the idea that time is an equally precious resource for everyone, regardless of our age or circumstances.
The short film reminds us of the importance of enjoying the unrepeatable moments that life offers us and confronts us with the idea that time often slips through our fingers without us fully appreciating it. Through an emotive visual narrative, "Time" leads us to a personal reflection on how each of us uses and gives meaning to our time.
In just 4 minutes, this short film invites us to stop, to appreciate the fleeting nature of existence and to become aware of the importance of valuing and making the most of every moment of life. "Time" is a reminder that we are ultimately the gatekeepers of our own relationship with time, and that our choices can shape how we experience and appreciate each moment we are given.