10 projects from 7 countries have been selected to participate of the first edition of LoboLab, the International Co-Production Meeting, to be held during the next Mar del Plata International Film Festival, from Wednesday 4th to Saturday 7th, November, 2015, in the City of Mar del Plata.
The 10 selected projects were chosen from between the 264 registered projects from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela.
The selection is made up of projects from novel directors and young producers as well as renowned directors and companies.
These are the chosen ones:
Jugo de tomate frío, by Sofía Mora. Producer: Federico Sande Novo / Le Tiro Cine -Argentina-.
Antawara, by Carlos E. Piñeiro. Producer: Juan Pablo Piñeiro / Socavón Cine -Bolivia-.
El futuro que viene, by Constanza Novick. Producers: Lisandro Alonso & Ignacio Sarchi / 4L + 188CINE -Argentina-.
Los vagos, by Gustavo Biazzi. Producers: Giselle Lozano and Santiago Carabante / La unión de los ríos -Argentina-.
Ontem havia coisas estranhas no céu, by Bruno Risas. Producers: Julia Alves and Michael Wahrmann / Sancho Filmes + Punta colorada de Cinema -Brasil-.
Los colonos, by Felipe Gálvez. Producers: Dominga Sotomayor y Matías Hernández / Cinestación -Chile-.
Petit frère, by Rodrigo Robledo and Roberto Collio. Producers: Eugenio Ramírez and Isabel Orellana / Araucaria Cine -Chile-.
El estudiante de cine, by Agustín Godoy. Producer: Agustín Gagliardi / Capataz Cine -Colombia- - Project selected in cooperation with BrLab from Brazil.
Panamá, by Javier Izquierdo. Producer: Tomás Astudillo / Ostinato Cine -Ecuador-.
Pólvora en el corazón, by Camila Urrutia. Producer: Inés Nofuentes -Guatemala / México-.
LoboLab will bring together the representatives of 10 Latin American projects in development with more than 20 international production companies from Europe and Latin America. The producers and directors of the 10 selected projects will also have meetings with a jury made up of Rodrigo Teixeira, Marion Klotz and Constanza Arena who, after evaluating the 10 projects, will give an award of ARG$100,000. This initiative of the Mar del Plata International Film Festival strengthens the bonds between new talents from our region and international figures.