The novelist, poet, screenwriter, director of shorts and documentaries and film critic Nicolás Melini, author of books like Africans in Madrid and the script of the famous short film The line, stars in the new meeting of the cycle of encounters with writers that organizes the Pérez Galdós House-Museum.
Melini (Santa Cruz de La Palma, 1969) will speak before the public on Thursday, October 25, starting at 7:00 p.m., at the Museum of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria located at number six on Cano street in the Gran Canaria capital, in an act where he will shed some of the keys of his multifaceted literary and creative career.
His prolific bibliography includes titles as suggestive as The murderous footballer (2000), the collection of stories Notebook of my elders (2001), Pictures of Hopper (2002), The blood, the light, the cello (2005) or the recently edited I toast for the purest man I know (2018).
In the cinematographic field, he has been a scriptwriter and director of documentaries The suitcase of Cervantes (2011) or Bucharest 2005 (2007) and the short film Son (2005), starring Snow of Medina and Israel Rodríguez, who participated in the Official Section to Concurrso at the Slamdance Film Festival of Los Angeles, the Citadella del Corto in Italy or the certamente of Bello Horizonte, in Brazil, as well as its exhibition in cinematographic exhibitions in the United Kingdom, States, United States, Germany o Morocco, among other points.
The short film Look is a sin (2001) had already deserved a Special Jury Mention at the 32nd Alcalá de Henares Film Festival, as well as in the V Edition of the Short Film Festival of the C.E.C.C. from Barcelona. In addition, various productions of national and international scope have benefited from the contrasting literary talent of the Canarian author.