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‘Oscuro Animal,’ ‘Pan-American Machinery’ Top Mexico’s Guadalajara Fest

13 March 2016 7:35 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Graced by Alfonso Cuaron, Antonio Banderas, Diego Luna, Danny Glover and Maya Rudolph, Mexico’s Guadalajara Festival gave its two biggest prizes to feature debuts – Mexico’s “Pan-American Machinery” (pictured)  and Colombia’s “Oscuro Animal” – at Mexico’s Guadalajara Festival.

Relocated, largely successfully, in the city’s stylish colonial Musa Arts Museum, Guadalajara’s 31st edition was marked by two big new Mexican films – “The 4th Company” and “Me Estas Matando, Susana,” a heavyweight Mexican industry presence led by Argos, Canana, Alebrije Film & TV and Alazraki Ent., and the huge excitement generated by Latin America’s build in Svod operators and their production financing, however narrow indie producers’ potential profit margins.

But the immediate glory went to two social-issue titles. Directed by Mexico’s Joaquin del Paso, “Pan-American Machinery” turns on the tale of workers at a heavy machinery factory uniting to stave off its closure. Laced with “touches of Buñuel, »

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Cuaron, Garcia-Bernal, Luna Set for Guadalajara

4 March 2016 7:30 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Guadalajara – “Gravity’s” Alfonso Cuaron, Gael Garcia Bernal, star of Emmy-winning “Mozart in the Jungle” and Diego Luna, who toplines Amazon’s “Casanova,” look set to attend this week’s 31st Guadalajara Intl. Film Festival, an event that, unspooling five says after Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu’s Academy Award director win, proves that these days Mexican fests hardly needs foreign Hollywood stars: They’ve got their own, or can draw on celebrities from other parts of the Spanish-speaking world.

That said, in one early fest highlight, Danny Glover and Maya Rudolph will present “Mr. Pig” at a charity gala Saturday: and Ron Perelman will receive a tribute.

They will be joined by top-of-the-class Mexican producers: Pablo Cruz at Canana, Leo Zimbron and Mark Alazraki at Alazraki Ent, both companies based out of L.A- and Mexico City, plus Monica Lozano, producer of “Amores Perros” and “Instructions Not Included.”

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