Naya Pascual  (The Outdoor cat)

Naya (the outdoor cat) started his film career as a performer and then transitioned into directing postporn films four years ago. In his work he combines an interest for surrealist and unsettling situations with the craziest sense of humor, always with a queer undertone and atypical sexual content. His first works La Mascara and Bang Van Band were critically acclaimed in various European and Amercian festivals. Piedad has also been shown many times and received the following prizes:
- Toronto International Porn Film Festival - Toronto - “Best Comedic Film”
- Hacker porn Film Festival - Roma - “No Border no Geder Special Mention”
- Sick 'n' Wrong Film Festival - Orlando - “Wrongest film”
- Chicago Underground Film Festival June 5 – 9, 2019  - "The Jack Smith Award"
- Leeds Queer Film Festival (London) - "Audience choice"


Rodolfa and Maria Antonieta, two sexworkers with a deep passion for spliffs and trap music, hang around all day at their workplace: a magic garden at an abandoned airport ground in Berlin. When their colleague Asunción suddenly appears with the corpse of a dead client, they discover how easily sexual desire can cross the borders between the living and the deceased. A tragicomedy that explores ideas never touched before. “Because death really suits some people well”