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Fiorella Moretti, Hedi Zardi Open Intl. Sales Outfit Luxbox (Exclusive)

18 October 2015 12:01 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris– Building on their worldwide ties and experience in production, distribution, acquisitions, sales and festival programming, Fiorella Moretti and Hedi Zardi are launching Luxbox, a Paris-based company dedicated to international sales and co-production on select projects.

A pair of energetic, well-rounded execs with complementary industry knowledge, Zardi and Moretti are finalizing their slate and will officially begin sales at the European Film Market. The shingle’s first co-production is Carlos Reygadas’ upcoming “Donde nace la vida” (“Where Life is Born”).

Moretti, a native of Latin America who is based in Paris, started out producing movies at Mexico-City based Mantarraya Producciones and worked on critically-acclaimed pics such as Amat Escalante’s “Heli” as well as Reygadas’s “Post Tenebras Lux.” Both films won Cannes’ best director awards for Escalante and Reygadas, respectively. After heading Nd Mantarraya, a joint venture between Nodream Cinema and Mantarraya that became one of Mexico’s top indie distributor, »

- Elsa Keslassy

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LatinoBuzz: 55th International Film Festival of Cartagena de Indias (Ficci) Announces Winners

26 March 2015 2:27 PM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

The International Film Festival of  Cartagena de Indias, Colombia's most important film event, announced the winners for its 55th edition. The top prize in the narrative competition went to Guatemala's "Ixcanul" by Jairo Bustamante, which after its triumph in Berlin has become a festival hit. However, the Brazilian feature "White Out, Black In"(Branco Sai, Preto Fica)  took home both the Special Jury Prize and the Fipresci Award, becoming the big winner at the festival. Notable Colombian winners include documentaries "Letter to a Shadow" and "Tea Time" (also honored in Miami) and narrative feature "The Silence of the River." Here is the full list of winners. 

Official Fiction Competition

Jury Members

Michael Fitzgerald- Malgorzata Szumowska - Cao Guimaraes

Best Film: "Ixcanul" by Jayro Bustamante (Guatemala) - Wins Cine Colombia Award that includes  $15.000 - Isa: Film Factory Entertainment

Special Jury Prize: "Branco Sai, Preto Fica" (White Out, Black In) by Adirley Queirós (Brazil) - PC: Cinco Da Norte Serviços AudiovisuaisBest Director: Hector Galvez for "Nn" (Peru, Colombia, Germany, France) - Isa: Habanero

The International Federation of Film Critics Award - Fipresci

Jury Members

Ivonete Pinto - Michael Pattison - Roger Alan Koza

Best Film: "Branco Sai, Preto Fica" (White Out, Black In) by Adirley Queirós (Brazil)Colombian Cinema Official Competition

Jury Members

Mirsad Purivatra - Gerwin Tamsma - Juan Carlos Arciniegas 

Best Film: "El Silencio del Rio" (The Silence of the River) by Carlos Tribiño (Colombia, Uruguay, France) - Wins Cinecolor Award that includes Usd $11.000 in deliveries and the Lci Seguros Award, which consists of a  50% discount on the insurance purchase for production up to Us$50,000. -Isa: Habanero Films

Special Jury Prize: "Carta a Una Sombra" (Letter to a Shadow) by Daniela Abad and Miguel Salazar(Colombia) - PC: Producciones la Esperanza

Best Director: Roberto Flores Prieto for "Ruido Rosa" (Pink Noise) - Wins Hangar Films Award that includes Usd $30.000 in film equipment for the production of his next film. - PC: Kymera Producciones

Additional Awards

Club Colombia Audience Award: "Carta a Una Sombra" (Letter to a Shadow) by Daniela Abad and Miguel Salazar (Colombia) - Wins Usd $15.000

Official Documentary Competition

Jury Members

Sergio Wolf - Ally Derks - Meredith Brody

Best Film: "La Once" (Tea Time) by Maite Alberdi (Chile, U.S.) - Wins Cinecolor Award that includes Usd $13.000 in digital post-production services - Isa: Cat & Docs

Special Jury Prize: "Tu y Yo" (You and Me) by Natalia Cabral and Oriol Estrada (Dominican Republic) - PC: Faula Films

Gems

Jury Members

Jorge Sanchez Sosa - Nicolas Morales Thomas - Ciro Guerra

Best Film: "Hermosa Juventud" (Beautiful Youth) by Jaime Rosales (Spain, France) - Wins Rcn Award for promotional purposes during its release in Colombia,  valued at Usd $50.000. - Isa: Ndm

Special Jury Prize: "El Hombre de las Multitudes" (The Man of the Crowd) by Marcelo Gomes and Cao Guimaraes (Brazil) Isa: FIGa Films

Special Mention: "Timbuktu" by Abderrahmane Sissako (Mauritania, France) - Isa: Le Pacte/U.S. Dist: Cohen Media Group

Official Shorts Competition

Jury Members

Joel del Rio - Roberto Fiesco - Andres Parra

Best Short Film: "Se Venden Conejos" (Rabbits for Sale) by Esteban Giraldo (Colombia) - Wins a professional Sony camera and  Usd $3.000 from Cinecolor in digital post-production services for the director's next project.

Special Mention: "Completo" by Iván Gaona (Colombia)

New Creators

Jury Members

Maite Alberdi - Franco Lolli - Jorge Forero

Best Short Film: "En Busca del Aire" (Searching for Air) by Mauricio Rojas Maldonado (Antioquia University) - Wins a professional  Sony camera; and GoPro HERO4 camera from Revista Shock.Special Mention: "La Ruta de Julita" (Julita's Route) by Omar Eduardo Ospina (Magdalena University) - Wins a scholarship to study film production at the Bucaramanga University.

Special Mention: "Estepario" by Ángela Duque (Sabana University) - Wins a scholarship to study sound recording and design at Bucaramanga University.

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- Sydney Levine

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Telefonica Studios Boards Kike Maillo’s ‘Toro’

25 March 2015 7:08 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Madrid – Adding another awaited title to a powerful 2015 production slate, Telefonica Studios has boarded action thriller “Toro,” the second feature from Kike Maillo whose 2011 debut, “Eva” starring Daniel Bruhl, was sold by Wild Bunch and is seeing a belated U.S. release from the Weinstein Co.

Aligning once more with some of the movers and shakers in Spain’s motion picture business, Telefonica Studios will co-produce “Toro” with “The Impossible” producers Apaches Entertaintment and Atresmedia Cine, the film arm of TV network group Atresmedia whose production credits include “I Want You” and “Red Lights.”

Already teaming with Telefonica Studios, Argentina’s K & S and Pedro and Agustin Almodovar’s El Deseo to finance, produce and sell Damian Szifron’s Oscar-nominated Cannes competition player “Wild Tales” and Pablo Trapero’s upcoming “The Clan.” Film Factory, a preeminent Spanish sales company, is handling world sales on “Toro.”

Written by up-and-coming scribes Fernando Navarro »

- John Hopewell

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‘Ixcanul’ Tops Cartagena, Continues Fest Triumphs

18 March 2015 5:34 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Jayro Bustamante’s debut “Ixcanul,” the flagship of a burgeoning Guatemalan cinema, continued its triumphant festival march, winning Official Fiction Competition best picture at Colombia’s 55th Cartagena Festival, which wrapped Tuesday night.

A Berlin Festival Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize winner, “Ixcanul” took top honors – best Ibero-American picture and director – just last Saturday at Mexico’s Guadalajara Fest. Described by Variety’s Scott Foundas as “a transporting, hypnotically beautiful debut feature” and “downright Herzogian (far more Herzogian than Herzog’s own ‘Queen of the Desert’),” “Ixcanul” has now achieved the near unthinkable for a Guatemalan movie just a few years back: a French co-producer, Edgard Tenembaum’s Paris-based Tu Vas Voir, whose credits also include Walter Salles’ “The Motorcycle Diaries”; a sales agent, Vicente Canales’ Film Factory, now one of the biggest dealers in not only Spanish but Latin American films; top fest plaudits and major territory sales to distinguished distributors, »

- John Hopewell

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