The Writer's Burrow is not so much a horror film as one about fear. Fear can distort our perception of things. As we grow our fears disappear, but others, more intangible and powerful, appear. We are afraid of losing security, stability, to undertake, to disappoint, not to be part of a group ... We want our children to grow up free of fear but, inadvertently, we pass it on to them.
In The Writer's Burrow I wanted to show how a tragedy leads a character to block his life as his safety and vision of reality is distorted. Fear leads him to cause more fear and pain around him, and he suffers because of it.Kurro González. Director
It’s been more than ten years since the first time I enjoyed Almeria’s International Film Festival. Year after year, I have been attending as a spectator, as an actor in some of the films presented in different sections of the competition, carrying out different activities over the first decade of the Festival, and now I have the great honour of opening of the Almería International Festival film, with my first feature film as a producer, in which I am also the screenwriter and lead actor.Francisco Conde. Producer
Due to a tragic event, Carlos has lost his will to write, but the publisher insists him to fulfill his contract and sends him Caterina, a young assistant who makes Carlos regain some order in his life. He sees her as a unique opportunity to write again, so he is not willing to let her go… Never.