LoboLab Juries


The first edition of the international coproduction meetings, LoboLab, to be held between November 5th and 7th, 2015.

LoboLab will bring together representatives of 10 Latin American feature film projects in the development stage with more than 20 international production companies from Europe and Latin America. The international jury will choose the best project which will be awarded with ARG$100,000.

This initiative from the Mar del Plata Film Festival greatly improves the agenda of Latin American emerging cinema, strengthening the bonds between our region’s novel talents and renowned figures from the international scene.



 The Jury of this first edition: 



worked for six years as head of festivals, alternative distribution, and ARTSCOPE label development for the distribution company Memento Films International. Ever since 2006, she is a script reader for several institutions and international funds. In 2014, she began his collaboration with the Locarno Film Festival as a project manager for Locarno Industry Academy, and also as a member of the selection committee for Open Doors, the festival's co-production lab. She also worked for Cinemart Rotterdam as an independent
consulter. She lives and works in Buenos Aires.



She is a graduate in
Audiovisual Aesthetics and Communication. She worked in cinema and advertising independently, and later joined Public Television (TVN) where she spent seven years in different positions, among them the acquisition of films and other foreign contents, as well as analysis of international programming trends. She's currently the CEO of the CinemaChile Foundation, an institution that is internationally acknowledged as one of the main articulators in positioning Chilean cinema abroad.



Founder of RT Features, he produced the feature-length films Tim Maia, Alemão, The Silver Abyss, O cheiro do ralo, the series O hipnotizador for HBO Latin America and Amor em quatro atos for Red Globo, among others. For the international market, he has also produced several feature-length films, including Frances Ha (nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Film and Best Comedy Actress), Night Moves, Love is Strange and Love (premiered at the last edition of Cannes Film Festival). In 2016 he will release three Brazilian films directed by Marco Dutra, Gabriela Amaral Almeida and José Eduardo Belmonte, as well as Noah Baumbach's Mistress America, Robert Eggers's The Witch and James Shamus' Indignation.



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