FIESTAS WWW: N.Y. New Year’s Eve

directed by JESÚS ALVIRA


New Year’s Eve in N.Y. The party to start over again!

Human beings do things that, seen from the outside, are not normal at all.

Imagine what would someone think, someone who does not know our species, if he learned that we are willing to wear diapers and be at -10°C in order to have a good place to celebrate the New Year in the crowded Manhattan square? And what would I think if he knew that by completing a round around the sun we believe that everything, everything will be much better and we can also kiss anyone we have next to us because that is a sign of good wishes for next year? I would surely think that the human being is very crazy. And when he goes to the FIESTA he is capable of everything.

Fiesta World Wide” is a documentary series that travels the world to know the most impressive, interesting and attractive parties that humanity has created. In this chapter we will try to understand one of the most massive parties. More than 1 million in Times Square and hundreds of millions people on television follow the famous ball drop. To understand it, we will go into all its aspects and circumstances. But we will do it from a foreign point of view, which from ingenuity and ignorance will allow us to discover how hilarious, surprising, strange but always fun that humans can seem before the clean and innocent gaze of an alien.

Their opinion can be reaffirmed episode by episode.

That’s the human species. Understanding is not easy, but it’s always fun to watch.

Fiesta World Wide. Looking for the “why?” about each fiesta.





Genre:                   TV DOCUMENTARY
Duration:              55′
Broadcast:           Weekly
Format:                 HD 16:9
TV Channel:        La2 (TvE) & Canal Viajar (FOX)



Director:              JESÚS ALVIRA   
Producer:            ORIOL MARCOS
Producer:            DAVID CIURANA
Screenwriter:    JESÚS ALVIRA
Screenwriter:    TONI MATA                  
Director:              MANUEL RODRÍGUEZ
Camera:              XAVIER MARRADES           
Editor:                  MANUEL RODRÍGUEZ