"Three Voices" weaves the intimate love stories of three women from different generations: a teenager, a middle-aged divorcée, and a ninety-year-old great grandmother. Through a careful exploration of space and color, inspired by technicolor melodramas of the 40s and 50s, the film traces their experiences, exploring the rooms they inhabit and the memories that populate them, extracting their voice and their loves from a rich texture of archival material.
Diario a Tres Voces / Three Voices
Director: Otilia Portillo Padua
Producer: Otilia Portillo Padua,
Screenwriter: Otilia Portillo Padua
Cinematographer: Erick Castillo
Editor: Oscar Figueroa, Alfonso Pineda Ulloa, Otilia Portillo Padua
Sound Designer: Miguel Angel Molina
Additional Credits: Direct Sound: Jonathan Macías, Aníbal Castillo, Lisandro Baruch Arías, Animation: Peter Baynton
Principal Cast: Monserrat Luna Campos, Olga Kuri, Aldegunda González
Otilia Portillo Padua (Mexico City) studied Architecture in the University of Cambridge and the Architectural Association in London. "Three Voices" is her second feature documentary. She was awarded the Mexican Young Creator's Fund in 2010 and was selected to participate in the Berlinale’s Talent Campus Doc Station in 2011.
Distributor: 7th Art Releasing
Public Film Contact
Shane Griffin (North America only), Otilia Portillo Padua
7th Art Releasing, Flores Negras