CÁDIZ, MI SECRETO is a tribute to that small town in the bottom of Europe, known as the oldest city in the continent. A tribute to its people, personality and culture. This film aims to portrait the city in a way that is at the height of its magic and power, showcasing all it has to offer to the world.
Directed, filmed and edited by Juan Cernadas.
Camera assistant: Alberto Bensusán
2nd camera operator: Jesús Guerrero
Produced by Irene de Juan & Juan Cernadas
Music: ‘Mi secreto’, from the record Aurora. Composed by Nita & Ale Acosta; Fuel Fandango // ‘Tanguillo caletero’, voice & lyrics by Leo Power, guitar by Pablo Domínguez; recorded by Javier Ureta.
Excerpt of the poem ‘Above the sea, from the American shore of the Atlantic Ocean’, by Rafael Alberti. From the book Ora marítima seguido de Baladas y canciones del Paraná (1953), BS. As
., Losada, 1953.