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CANNES 2018 Marché

Latido gère les ventes de Carmen y Lola

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- En anglais : Ce premier film d'Arantxa Echevarría, au programme de la Quinzaine des Réalisateurs, est un des titres de pointe de l'agence espagnole

Latido gère les ventes de Carmen y Lola
Carmen y Lola d'Arantxa Echevarría

Cet article est disponible en anglais.

“We’ve always had a history of investing in talent, no matter the director’s gender, plus this film should have a huge international impact because of the subject it broaches: lesbianism in the Gypsy community,” remarks Antonio Saura, the head of Latido Films, in reference to Carmen y Lola [+lire aussi :
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, the debut feature-length fiction film by Arantxa Echevarría, one of the most prominent titles from among those that the Spanish sales agent is taking along to the 2018 Cannes Film Market. The movie, starring Zaira Romero and Rosy Rodríguez, is taking part in the Directors’ Fortnight (see the news).

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Another tantalising title in Latido Films’ catalogue is The Great Mystical Circus [+lire aussi :
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 by Carlos Diegues, a French-Portuguese-Brazilian production that will enjoy an out-of-competition special screening within the French gathering’s Official Section. Furthermore, a trio of Spanish movies will be shown to buyers: Mi obra maestra [+lire aussi :
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 by Gastón Duprat (The Distinguished Citizen [+lire aussi :
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), co-produced by Spain and Argentina, and starring the great Guillermo Francella; The Realm [+lire aussi :
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 by Rodrigo Sorogoyen, starring Antonio de la Torre and Bárbara Lennie in the lead roles, which will no doubt prove even more successful than his previous effort, May God Save Us [+lire aussi :
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(see the news); and Álvaro Brechner’s A Twelve-Year-Night [+lire aussi :
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, previously titled Memorias de calabozo, also starring the omnipresent Antonio de la Torre, flanked by Soledad Villamil and Chino Darín.

Latido Films’ mouth-watering catalogue is rounded off by the smash hit Champions [+lire aussi :
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by Javier Fesser, a movie that has grossed more than €10 million in Spain and has already been sold to various countries (see the news); the animated film Memorias de un hombre en pijama [+lire aussi :
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, directed by Carlos Fernández de Vigo and presented in the official section of the recent 21st Málaga Film Festival (see the news); and When the Trees Fall [+lire aussi :
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, a fantasy-drama by Marysia Nikitiuk co-produced by Ukraine, Poland and Macedonia, which took part in the Berlinale.

Likewise, Latido Films will be showing off the very first images of a number of other films that it has on offer, such as the thriller 4x4 [+lire aussi :
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, a Spanish-Argentinian co-production helmed by Mariano CohnEther [+lire aussi :
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 (Poland/Ukraine/Hungary/Italia/Lithuania) by maestro Krzysztof Zanussi (“We continue supporting big directors, some of whom have been unfairly neglected owing to new cinematic trends,” states Saura); the musical Dantza [+lire aussi :
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 by Telmo Esnal (winner of the Glocal in Progress Award at the most recent San Sebastián Film Festival); the animated film Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles [+lire aussi :
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, directed by Salvador Simó, and produced by Spain and the Netherlands; and El mejor sommelier del mundo, an Argentinian documentary helmed by Nicolás Carreras.

Other titles that Latido Films will be touting at the Film Market include El mejor verano de mi vida [+lire aussi :
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by Dani de la Orden, a comedy that closed the latest Málaga Film Festival; the impressive thriller Killing Jesus (Colombia/Argentina) by Laura Mora; and El último traje (Spain/Argentina), a comedy-drama by Pablo Solarz, toplined by Miguel Ángel Solá and Ángela Molina.

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