Ane is Missing


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Film Info
Original Title:Ane
Programs:Cine Latino
Family Drama
Culture & Society
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Release Year:2020
Runtime:98 min
Print Source:Latido FIlms
Director:David Pérez Sañudo
Executive Producer:Katixa De Silva
Producer:Elena Maeso
Agustín Delgado
David Pérez Sañudo
Cinematographer:Víctor Benavides
Screenwriter:Marina Parés Pulido
David Pérez Sañudo
Editor:Lluís Murua
Composer:Jorge Granda
Principal Cast:Patricia López Arnáiz
Mikel Losada
Jone Laspiur
Luis Callejo
Aia Kruse
Fernando Albizu
Nagore Aranburu
Gorka Aguinagalde
Iñaki Ardanaz
David Blanka


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In the Basque Country, Spain, Lide works a job as a security guard at a contentious railway construction site opposed by much of the community. When her daughter, Ane, vanishes, Lide needs to find out if it’s a kidnapping, or worse--is Ane involved in something over her head? Winner of three Goya Awards: Best Lead Actress, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best New Actress.

Watching over the controversial construction site, tense, and literally putting out fires (from firebombs thrown onto the site), Lide returns home exhausted every night. One evening, she discovers her teenage daughter, Ane, is not there, nor has she been in her bed at all. Enlisting the help of her ex-husband to find the girl, Lide discovers that the truth reveals unpleasant compromises. “Ane is Missing is a film of remarkable narrative maturity, a genre-weaving tale probing social, psychological and deeply personal realities.” --Alfonso Rivera, Cineuropa

Director Biography

David Pérez Sañudo

Born in Bilbao, Bizkaia in 1987, David Pérez Sañudo has a degree in Audiovisual Communication earned at the Carlos III University in Madrid and a master’s in filmmaking completed at the Escuela Superior de Cine y Audiovisuales. He has directed nearly a dozen short films that have screened at festivals around the world. Ane is Missing (2020) is his debut feature.