Summer of 1982. Teo claims he has found a wormhole. His brother Óscar does not believe him…at least not for now. Einstein-Rosen is a short film written and directed by Olga Osorio, based on a discussion her two sons (who also star in this film) had about her previous short Restart, The short film is a nostalgic tale of time-travel and sibling rivalry. Told over a 35-year gap and exploring Albert Einstein and Nathan Rosen’s theories regarding bridges through space-time (aka wormholes) this 9-minute sci-fi comedy blends some complex quantum physics with good old family banter. With Einstein-Rosen Osorio has created a fun short that shows you don’t need to go CGI crazy to create a sci-fi story you can lose yourself in. There are no robots rising-up to destroy us all, no epic battles across space, just two boys, one wormhole and a tortoise called Pepe. Initially conceived as a fun family project, Einstein-Rosen quickly developed into a larger project after producer Juan Galiñanes read the script and encouraged Osorio to produce a more professional piece. It was shot over 2 days, with a crew of 20.