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'Peron' on ballot for Horizontes sidebar

25 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

MADRID -- The 52nd San Sebastian International Film Festival on Tuesday announced its lineup of 10 films in the Horizontes Latino sidebar, the section that has become obligatory for those interested in the latest films from Latin America. While six different countries are represented, the section is a clear tribute to the burgeoning Argentine cinema industry, which has a production role in six of the 10 titles. Sergio Belloti's Your Life for Peron (Argentina) will premiere worldwide as part of the Horizontes section. The political tale will compete for the €18,000 ($21,700) Horizontes Award against Paolo Agazzi's El Atraco (Bolivia-Spain) and Pablo Jose Meza's Buenos Aires, 100 Km. (Argentina-France). Juan Taratuto's melodramatic comedy It's Not You, It's Me (Argentina-Spain) and Marcos Bernstein's The Other Side of the Street (Brazil-France), starring Raul Cortez and Fernanda Montenegro, will also vie for the prize. Other titles included in the section are: Sebastian Cordero's Cronicas (Ecuador-Mexico-Spain), Leon Errazuriz's Mala Leche (Chile), Santiago Palavecino's Another Turn (Argentina), Ana Poliak's Pin Boy (Argentina-Belgium) and Fernan Rudnik's Little Village (Argentina). »

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