EXCLUSIVE: Trailer and poster for Between Dog and Wolf
- The second feature by Irene Gutiérrez, a Spanish-Cuban-Colombian co-production, is world-premiering in the Forum section of the 70th Berlinale
Three soldiers moving through the Cuban jungle: combat exercises and camouflage techniques are practised, but the battle never arrives. The nature of their mission becomes an ever-greater mystery, echoing unanswered in the impassive natural surroundings.
This is the plot of Between Dog and Wolf [+see also:
interview: Irene Gutiérrez
film profile], the second feature by Irene Gutiérrez and her follow-up to 2014's Hotel Nueva Isla [+see also:
film profile], a docu-fiction set to world-premiere in the Forum section of the 70th Berlinale (20 February-1 March).
A Spanish-Cuban-Colombian co-production, Between Dog and Wolf was produced by José Alayón and Marina Alberti for Tenerife's El Viaje Films and Viana González for Havanna's Autonauta Films, with co-production from Colombia's Blond Indian Films. The world sales are handled by Spanish outfit Bendita Film Sales.
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