a short film by Cristian Urrutia

about the director

Cristian Urrutia was born and raised in Valparaiso, Chile. After graduating with a Bachelor degree in Computer Engineering he moved to Malmö, Sweden, where he discovered his passion for filmmaking. Rather than going to film school, Cristian decided to write, direct and produce several short films, documentaries and music videos. Years later Cristian was invited to work on different productions in Sweden and abroad, including the BBC series “Wallander”, the Moving Sweden film “Flaket” and Zebda music video “Comme un guitariste chilien”. With more than 10 years of experience, Cristian has developed a variety of short films, documentaries, music videos and commercials, always adding his particular style to all his productions.

director's reel

upcoming project


Film type: Feature film

Genre: Drama/Romance/Magic Realism

Status: Pre-production

Short Synopsis:

(Not) a love story is a meditation about sex, love and social media. A woman who has given up on love meets online a man who is too broken to feel anything. During the course of one night they become lovers, enemies, friends and finally something beyond their expectations. In an era when everybody is online but no one is connected, these broken characters engage into a physical and emotional journey to finally feel something, one last time, or maybe even for the first time.


short films

  • mea culpa (2019)
  • the persistence of memory (2019)
  • #i<3u (2014)
  • vi är den vi är (2012)
  • vi som fick jobb (2012)
  • on (the) line (2011)
  • remember the future (2010)

music videos and others

  • the sacrifice (2017)
  • que dira el santo padre (2017)
  • jag vill tacka livet (2017)
  • piano accordion (2013)
  • trailer the covenant (2014)
  • the rebirth of the phoenix (2013)

let's talk

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