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FEB 21 @ 6:00 PM: Bad Lucky Goat

February 21 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

$10.00 – $13.00

Bad Lucky Goat

Genre / Type of Show:

Film/ Comedy and Family





Audience type:

Family audience


Leading Cast: Honlenny Huffington Robinson, Kiara Mishell, Ramon Howard

Suporting Cast : Elkin Robinson, Jean Bush, Michel Robinson, Shala

Robinson, Felipe Cabezas

Director: Samir Oliveros Zayed

Script: Samir Oliveros Zayed

Company Name

Solar Cinema


After accidentally running over a goat with their father’s truck, two teenage siblings with incompatible personalities embark on a journey of reconciliation. Corn and Rita must find a way to repair the truck before the tourists staying at the family hotel arrive. While solving the problem, they will pass through a butcher shop, a pawn shop, and even encounter a wizard, in a 24-hour adventure through Port Paradise.

About the Company:

SOLAR CINEMA was founded in Bogotá in 2011 by producer and director Andrés Gómez as an experimental and independent film production company. It has produced recognized short films that participated in Clermont-Ferrand 2017, such as “Killink Klaus Kinski” by Spiros Stathoulopoulos.

Among its film projects is the feature film “Anthropos,” the first exquisite corpse of Colombian cinema, directed by fifty directors from all over Latin America, led by Stathoulopoulos himself. The film was invited to the Cartagena International Film Festival (FICCI) in 2015.

In their experimental projects, there is the medium-length experimental film “Fucking Games” by Spiros Stathoulopoulos, a respectful response to Michael Haneke’s “Funny Games.” It is an audiovisual experiment that explores sex and violence through the history of cinema.

It recent film Seed of the Desert will premiere in 2024.

For more information, you can visit www.solarcinema.net


Regarding the director or directors:

Samir Oliveros was born in Bogotá in June 1990, where he grew up and completed his high school education. From a young age, he knew that visual arts were his passion. “I always wanted to act and did so in school plays. I attended a summer camp at the New York Film Academy where I realized I enjoyed directing more. I decided to study film, and New York was my favorite city. I applied to several universities there, and the School of Visual Arts offered me a scholarship, so I went.”

After graduating from college, he launched a campaign on Kickstarter, an online platform for financing independent projects, to shoot his first feature film on Providencia Island. “The Day of the Goat was the idea I had for my thesis, but I couldn’t miss classes for so long and didn’t have the funds. So, once graduated, I returned to Bogotá with the script, and we launched the Kickstarter,” says Oliveros.

His next project will be more futuristic. “One of the scripts I have is set in the most technologically advanced place in the world. I hope to be able to shoot it in Japan.”


February 21
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
$10.00 – $13.00
Event Category:




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