Tiempo (Time) is a multi award winning short film (pseudo-experimental) filmed by the spanish director Juan Carlos Mostaza in 2009 after the success of his previous works "Casitas" and "Broken Wire". Tiempo is an pseudo-experimental film that uses narrative techniques from the german expressionism mixed with CGI environments and real action in order to tell a story about time, religious fanaticism and terrorism. Tiempo was exhibited at SEMINCI (Valladolid International Film Festival) and it was awarded in almost all festivals where it was showed. Its impressive soundtrack was awarded with Jerry Goldsmith prize and was praised by critics. The music was composed by Oscar Xiberta Soto and performed by Orquesta Juventudes Musicales-Universidad de León feat Ángel Barja Chorus. The narrator was Camilo García, known as the Anthony Hopkins voice in spanish.