Origin of the author: Catalonia.
Place of recording: Catalonia.
Length: 4 minutes.
"Veo Veo", a work by David Valverde Burguillos from Catalonia, is a short film that invites us to enter a magical and little explored world: the depths of the Mediterranean. In just 4 minutes, this informative project aims to show us everything that normally escapes our sight below the horizon line.
The film takes us on a fascinating marine journey, where the viewer dives with the filmmaker to discover the hidden wonders that lie beneath the surface of the sea. Often, we limit ourselves to seeing the beach, the sea and the water, but "Veo Veo" challenges us to look beyond and explore the underwater realm that lies beneath the Mediterranean.
Through captivating cinematography, the film immerses us in a world of astonishing colour and life. Details take centre stage, revealing the immensity of a blue that unfolds in a palette of surprising colours. It shows us that even apparently desolate places can harbour life and fascinating secrets.
However, "Veo Veo" is not only limited to showing the beauty of the seabed. It also addresses the worrying presence of elements that should not be there, highlighting the importance of conservation and the need to protect our oceans.
This short film challenges us to ask ourselves: What do we really see when we look at the sea? Are we willing to look closely and appreciate the richness and fragility of this ecosystem? "Veo Veo" inspires us to contemplate and appreciate the wonder of the oceans and, at the same time, to recognise our responsibility to protect them.