advertising and brand content candidate for the Goya Awards

With “table for 3”, project developed for the European division of the American multinational in the agricultural sector
Stollerthe communication consultant Groupidex consolidates its commitment to audiovisual, entertainment and Branded Contentproposing an initiative capable of combining fiction with a series of outreach pieces focused on making visible the food shortage that, according to the UN, awaits us in the short term.

Thus, the short film “Table for 3”, which has even managed to position itself as candidate for the Goya Awards 2023immerses the viewer in a very contained and specific situation to make him reflect on a global problem. In the story, five friends reserve a table at an exclusive restaurant only to discover upon arrival that the establishment can only offer them a table for three, so two of them must stay without dinner. An unforeseen event that will test the friendship and ties between them.

The piece has a cast made up of Paco Tous, Luis Zahera, Nerea Garmendia, nacho warriors, Luis Mottola Y Alexandra Massangkay. They are the true protagonists of a short film that uses the reactions of its characters to effect a true social fresco. A portrait of the difficulties that human beings have usually faced when jointly overcoming any relevant problem.

In just 4 months, “Table for 3” accumulates a total of 50 selections at national and international festivals where, in addition, it has already won 6 awards, such as the one for Best Screenplay at Humans Fest 2022, Best Short Film at the ImagenArte Festival in Santaella, Best Direction at Curts de Moscatell, Best Humor Short Film at the Calzada de Calatrava Festival, the Audience Award at the Calahorra Festival or the Best Comedy Award at the Astorga Film Festival.

To the mentioned short film they come to join informative meetings in the form of round tables in which various specialists in fields such as climate change, the efficient use of resources and agriculture show their vision of the food shortage predicted by the UN.

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