Two Chilean movies triumph within the pearl of Guadalajara
GUADALAJARA (EFE) .— The Chilean movies “My Brothers Dream Awake” and “Immersion” emerged as the large winners of the thirty sixth version of the Guadalajara Worldwide Movie Pageant on Saturday.
On the closing ceremony, Chilean Claudia Huaiquimilla’s movie “My Brothers Dream Awake” received the Mayahuel Award for greatest Ibero-American function movie, in addition to the awards for greatest actor for the Chilean Iván Cáceres and the most effective screenplay for Huaiquimilla and Pablo Greene .
The movie, which focuses on the life, desires and injustice of kids in youth hostels and orphanages in Chile, additionally acquired an honorable point out from the Affiliation of Colleges for Picture and Sound.
The movie’s co-writer, Pablo Greene, identified that he hopes the movie will likely be a wake-up name to these facilities the place almost 1,700 youngsters have died over the previous 15 years whereas Chile is drafting a brand new structure.
“I hope this is a real wake-up call for us to stop this injustice in our country, in connection with the drafting of a new constitution and in a fragmented country,” he mentioned.
The Chilean-Mexican manufacturing “Immersión” received within the classes of Greatest Debut Movie and Greatest Director for Nicolás Postiglione and Greatest Cinematography for Sergio Armstrong.
The movie’s producer and screenwriter Moisés Sepúlveda identified that the function movie is a “thriller” about classism and prejudice that invitations Chilean and Latin American society to return nearer collectively as folks.
The Greatest Actress in an Ibero-American Function Movie class went to María Romanillos from Spain for the movie “Las Consequents”.
The Chilean movie “The sky is red” by Francina Carbonell was chosen as the most effective Ibero-American documentary movie, the prize for greatest director went to the Brazilian Luiz Bolognesi for the movie “A Ultima Floresta” (The Final Forest), the prize for the most effective Images went to Eryk Rocha and Jorge Chechile for “Edna”.
The prize for the most effective Ibero-American brief movie went to the Spanish movie “Before I Die” by Iker Esteibarlanda.
The movie “Plaza Catedral” received two mezcal prizes for Mexican cinema, the primary for greatest main actress for Ilse Salas and for greatest main actor for the kid Fernando Xavier de Casta, an award that was given put up mortem as a result of the actor in his Hometown Panama was murdered months earlier than the top of the movie.
After receiving the award, Abner Benaim, the director of the movie, devoted the award to all youngsters who dwell in international locations the place violence happens every single day.
“This award and Fernando’s achievement, I hope it has meaning beyond the film. He died like so many other children who die anonymously in Latin America every day,” he mentioned.
The competition was attended by 22,000 folks for 9 days to see 200 movies projected and to supply conferences and workshops.
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