Cat Velez - 4th Nov 2015

Dario Peña has conjured up all sorts of evocative mystery and magic – and proper Iberian-style surrealism – for Christina Rosenvinge’s unusual and idiosyncratic song La Tejedora (which means "the weaver" in Spanish.) 

It sees Rosenvinge in a desolate valley, peeking into a warehouse lit in vivid scarlet red and neon green, revealing a cloaked figure. It's an intruiging scene, piquing our curiosity as well that of our protagonist, who discovers (and eventually steals) a massive and gnarly egg which was hanging from the ceiling...

PRO Credits


DirectorDarío Peña
Executive ProducerOscar Romagosa
Production ManagerMónica Blas
1st ADDiego Núñez
Director of PhotographyJuana Jimenez
Art DirectorDavid De Las Heras
WardrobeMaria Elena Soria
Make-upGuillermo Matellano
Head Of ProductionAlba Barneda

Cat Velez - 4th Nov 2015

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