Buenos Aires — “The Good Intentions,” the first feature of Argentina’s Argentina’s Ana García Blaya
won two industry prizes, including the top European Vision Prize, at the 2018 10th Ventana Sur, which wraps Dec. 14 in Buenos Aires. It shared a third.
The award sweep, made for a title in pix-in-pose section Primer Corte, was always on the cards. The father-daughter drama – in which a young girl, shunted between her divorced parents, has to choose between gong to live abroad with her mother or staying with her feckless father – played to applause and even, reportedly, some tears at an industry screening Thursday.
“It a portrait of a 2.0 family,” said Bruno Deloye
, at France’s Cine + Club
, which adjudicated the prize with Le Film Français
’ Francois-Pier Pelinard-Lambert and Louise Ronzet from Udi, the latter two representing TitraFilms and Gomedia.
Deloye added: “The relationship between two parents and the three children is crazy,