Meetings

Meetings

The DocMontevideo Meetings are a space for the commercialization of finalized contents for television in one-off or series formats.

The Meetings consist of fifteen-minute one-on-one meetings between the project producers and representatives of television companies, sales agents or others decision makers. The focus of the market is Latin America, with presence of the United States and Europe.The selected contents will participate in one of the two Meeting sessions. The accreditation to the Meetings includes the entrance to Documentary Seminars and the Documentary Week.

Dates and Venues:
August 7th, from 15:00 to 18:30hs | Delmira Agustini Room, Solís Theater
August 8th, from 9:30 to 13:00hs | Delmira Agustini Room, Solís Theater

2019 MEETINGS SELECTION

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A great trip to a small country

by Mariana Viñoles

Uruguay

Social Issues, Creative Documentary

101'

A great trip to a small country tells the life’s story of people who had to leave their country behind, their families, their smells, their
traditions to start a new life in a far away country they knew nothing of, called Uruguay.

Director: Mariana Viñoles / Producer: Micaela Solé / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Micaela Solé / Production company: Cordon Films / Country: Uruguay / Genre: Social Issues, Creative Documentary / Duration: 101' / Format: DCP / HD / Language: Arabic / Spanish / Year: 2019

Affective Geography

by Mari Moraga

Brazil

Creative Documentary, Human Rights, Social Issues

80'

Irreversible and devastating are the wars. In El Salvador, it had separated thousands of families. One of them was the Mari family. By crossing personal and geographic spaces, Mari left Brazil, her motherland, on a journey to finding out her roots and family at Canada, Belgium and El Salvador, to hear the memories, behold the present life and the way the forced separations have been affecting people and their loved ones.

Director: Mari Moraga / Producer: Marília Garske / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Mari Moraga / Production company: Súbita / Country: Brazil / Genre: Creative Documentary, Human Rights, Social Issues / Duration: 80' / Format: Digital / HD / 4K / Language: Spanish / Portuguese

Web: www.subita.art.br/geografia-afetiva-release

After all, who is God?

by Thais Fernandes

Brazil

Kids, Culture, Educational

13 episodes

13'

AFTER ALL, WHO IS GOD? is a documentary series that explores children’s vision of spirituality. The first season was filmed in Rio Grande do Sul, state with the most religious diversity of Brazil. The script was created together with the children, constructing understandings through playful thinking. The series covers 11 religious cultures – with an introductory episode about “What is religion?”, and a closing episode compiling experiences.

Director: Thais Fernandes / Producer: Fabiano Florez / Jessica Luz / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Thais Fernandes / Production company: Besouro Filmes / Country: Brazil / Genre: Kids, Culture, Educational / Duration: 13' / Episodes: 13 / Format: Full HD / Language: Portuguese / Year: 2019

After Norma

by Jorge Andrés Botero

Colombia

Creative Documentary, Youth, Biographies

93'

The story of a familiy that fell apart after the death of the mother and at the same time a coming of age from someone on his 30’s. A drama that sometimes is a comedy about adulthood relationships.

Director: Jorge Andrés Botero / Producer: Jorge Andrés Botero / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Jorge Andrés Botero / Production company: Septima films / Country: Colombia / Genre: Creative Documentary, Youth, Biographies / Duration: 93' / Format: DCP / Pro Ress / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

All my journey are journeys of return

by Manuel Ponce de León

Colombia, Sweden, Peru

Creative Documentary

90'

A delirious journey between antipodes, in search of the invisible face of the poet Leon de GreIff and his innumerable ways of being others.

Director: Manuel Ponce de León / Producer: Carolina Zarate García / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Manuel Ponce de León / Production company: Los niños films / Country: Colombia, Sweden, Peru / Genre: Creative Documentary / Duration: 90' / Format: 4K / 16mm / 8mm / Language: Spanish

Web: https://www.losninosfilms.com/films/pel%C3%ADculas/todos-mis-viajes-son-viajes-de-regreso/

Authors in Live

by Alvaro García / Diego Verdier

Uruguay

Creative Documentary, Music

226 episodes

60'

The Authors in Live cycle is an initiative carried out by AGADU (General Association of Authors of Uruguay) that was born from the idea of ​​collaborating with the development of national artists and authors. With almost ten years of intense activity in filming and dissemination of the specials of all musical styles, it has managed to be a sort of unique record of the cultural heritage of Uruguay.

Director: Alvaro García / Diego Verdier / Producer: Maxi Suárez / Alejandro Ferradás / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Maxi Suárez / Production company: AGADU / Country: Uruguay / Genre: Creative Documentary, Music / Duration: 60' / Episodes: 226 / Format: HD / Language: Spanish / Year: 2018

Babado

by Camila Freitas / João Vieira Torres

Brazil

Creative Documentary, Human Rights, Social Issues

Babado happens at a crossroads where religion, gender identities and sexual market overlap.
In the triple Amazonian border where Brazil, Peru and Colombia meet, Jairo, a young pai de santo of Umbanda, built his terrero, a reference point for a group of homosexual and transgender people who share their lives between religious obligations and the wandering
through the night of Tabatinga.

Director: Camila Freitas / João Vieira Torres / Producer: Marina Meliande / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Camila Silva Freitas / Production company: Duas Mariola Filmes / Country: Brazil / Genre: Creative Documentary, Human Rights, Social Issues / Language: Portuguese / Spanish

Day Jobs

by Andy Lobashevsky

USA

Creative Documentary, Music, Culture

120'

Serge and Filly, aka “Troy Atlas” and “RIZR,” attempt a debut collaboration on a hip-hop and R&B album. In a broad sea of artists, their pursuit of a fresh sound blends with a dream to become successful. Or to be famous, or influential or to just be heard. Largely through conversations, Day Jobs portrays creative process of undiscovered artists and a modern environment that nurtures and complicates their existence.

Director: Andy Lobashevsky / Producer: Andy Lobashevsky / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Andy Lobashevsky Country: USA / Genre: Creative Documentary, Music, Culture / Duration: 120' / Format: H.264, DCP upon request / Language: English / Year: 2018

Don´t get fooled.

by Alexis Durán Ventura

Colombia

Current Affairs, Educational, Social Issues

80'

The Colombian presenter Santiago Rivas begins an investigation about food news on the web, during the process, he will discover the truth about how and why the fake news appears, as well as its dangerous consequences.

In the era of excess of information and consumption, developers must act in a more ethical manner, and people must be more responsible consumers, and understand the importance of delving into sources and don´t get fooled.

Director: Alexis Durán Ventura / Producer: Alejandra Quintero Escobar, Juan Esteban Cadavid / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Alejandra Quintero Escobar / Production company: Imaginaria Cine / Country: Colombia / Genre: Current Affairs, Educational, Social Issues / Duration: 80' / Format: DCP / Digital / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

En tránsito

by Liliana Hurtado / Mauricio Vergara

Colombia

Creative Documentary, Biographies

80'

When Liliana is diagnosed with leukemia, she undertakes a journey through her childhood albums, the images of her dreams, the medical examinations and the dialogue with doctors, parents and friends; while Mauricio is reunited with his past when he accompanied his mother through the passage of a depression that led to her death. Illness gives them back the image of their lives and their transcendent meaning, pushing them to fall in love.

Director: Liliana Hurtado / Mauricio Vergara / Producer: Gerylee Polanco Uribe / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Gerylee Polanco Uribe / Production company: Ojoagua cine / Country: Colombia / Genre: Creative Documentary, Biographies / Duration: 80' / Format: DCP / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

Estepe

by Pepe Tobal

Argentina, France

Current Affairs, Culture, Environment

60'

There are very few almost virgin steppes in the world, one is the Patagonian. There are also very few men on horseback who inhabit them, who go through them. This film is about the Patagonian gauchos and especially Manuel, one of them, who was born and lived in estancias of Santa Cruz, and his late, strange and infrequent encounter with love; before dying.

 

Director: Pepe Tobal / Producer: Eduardo Sánchez / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Pepe Tobal / Production companies: Atrox / Hiperkinesis Films / Country: Argentina, France / Genre: Current Affairs, Culture, Environment / Duration: 60' / Format: HD / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

Factories’ life

by Florencia Castagnani

Argentina

Social Issues, Current Affairs, Creative Documentary

8 episodes

24'

The life of the factories is a documentary series about the people who day by day carry out different forms of factory work and how that work affects their lives and the relationships they build. An approach to the life of the Argentinian factories and a genuine look at the culture of work in small and medium industries of the country, the series is built through the stories of their own workers.

Director: Florencia Castagnani / Producer: Luciana Lacorazza / Florencia Castagnan / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Florencia Castagnani Country: Argentina / Genre: Social Issues, Current Affairs, Creative Documentary / Duration: 24' / Episodes: 8 / Format: Ful HD / Language: Spanish / Year: 2018

Fat Girl

by Sol Rietti / Tamy Hochman / Barbara Cerro

Argentina

Social Issues, Current Affairs

8 episodes

12'

Joy suffers all the hardships of being a fat girl in the city of Buenos Aires. Her life changes when an audio message in which she shares all the injustices she is exposed to every day, accidentally becomes viral.

Director: Sol Rietti / Tamy Hochman / Barbara Cerro / Producer: Flora Fernandez Marengo / Nicolás Abelovich / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Nicolás Abelovich / Production companies: BdeBueno / Labhouse / Country: Argentina / Genre: Social Issues, Current Affairs / Duration: 12' / Episodes: 8 / Language: Spanish / Year: 2018

Fluid Borders

by Mariana Fagundes

Brazil

Culture, Environment

13 episodes

25'

Fluids Borders is a thirteen-episode television documentary project about the indigenous worlds that coexist with many other worlds: blacks, whites, mestizos, etc., composing the broad Brazil. There are innumerable frontiers that these peoples face: political, territorial, social, economic, ethnic, among others. The series accompanies 10 indigenous leaders from four regions of the country, who travel in the tenuous line of these borders.

Director: Mariana Fagundes / Producer: Morgana Rissinger / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Mariana Fagundes / Production company: Noctua Ideias e Conteúdos / Country: Brazil / Genre: Culture, Environment / Duration: 25' / Episodes: 13 / Format: Full HD / 2K / Digital file / Language: Portuguese / Year: 2018

Haydee and the flying fish

by Pachi Bustos

Chile, Brazil

Human Rights, Social Issues, Politics

75'

Haydee has been seeking justice for victims of human rights violations for 40 years, but today she faces her most intimate battle, the end of a long trial that condemns her torturers, the murderers of the son she carried in her womb. Along the way, health problems will bring back memories of her darkest days.

Director: Pachi Bustos / Producer: Paola Castillo / Belisario Franca / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Paola Castillo / Production company: Errante producciones / Country: Chile, Brazil / Genre: Human Rights, Social Issues, Politics / Duration: 75' / Format: DCP / Digital HD / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

Web: http://errante.cl/haydee-y-el-pez-volador/

La flor de la vida

by Claudia Abend / Adriana Loeff

Uruguay

Creation Documentary, Social Issues

86'

After five decades of marriage, Aldo and Gabriella are facing a crisis. What happened to the couple that fell in love in their twenties? What is keeping them together now that they are blowing out their eightieth candles? Is it time to say good-bye? La Flor de la Vida is a fairy tale facing reality – a universal story about love, relationships and the challenges of aging.

 

Director: Claudia Abend / Adriana Loeff / Producer: Claudia Abend / Adriana Loeff / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Claudia Abend / Production company: MMS Films / Country: Uruguay / Genre: Creation Documentary, Social Issues / Duration: 86' / Format: Full HD / Language: Spanish / Year: 2017

Landless

by Camila Freitas

Brazil

Creative Documentary, Human Rights, Social Issues

110'

Chão experiences the Landless Workers Movement’s occupation of the property of a sugarcane mill in bankruptcy process. Despite the legal stagnation and the aridity of the agribusiness in the south of Goiás, the gesture of resistance reinvents the disputed landscape. Vó, PC and their encamped fellows daily tile the utopia of a place to come, in a future projected for the still untouchable horizon of the agrarian reform.

Director: Camila Freitas / Producer: Leonardo Feliciano / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Camila Silva Freitas / Production company: Trotoar Audiovisual / Country: Brazil / Genre: Creative Documentary, Human Rights, Social Issues / Duration: 110' / Format: DCP / Language: Portuguese / Year: 2019

Lincoln Olivetti – The Wizard of Pop

by Richard Goldgewitch / Giovani Lima

Brasil

Music, Biographies

6 episodes

28'

It’s easy to find who has never heard of Lincoln Olivetti, but it’s almost impossible to find anyone who has never danced, listened to the songs that carry his DNA. Filled with unpublished images and testimonies of great musicians, the series is an unforgettable trip to the backstage of the last 40 years of Brazilian music, through the trajectory of the man who was the most requested, talented and extravagant arranger of the country.

Director: Richard Goldgewitch / Giovani Lima / Producer: Omar Marzagão / Úrsula Corona / Clarissa Guarilha / Clarissa Pivetta / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Clarissa Guarilha / Production company: Arissas / Country: Brasil / Genre: Music, Biographies / Duration: 28' / Episodes: 6 / Format: XDCAM / Language: Portuguese / Year: 2019

Marked bodies

by Ciro Nestor Novelli

Argentina

Current Affairs, Social Issues, Biographies

70'

A group of women marked by and for life. A feature film that broadens the agenda and tackles with an innovative and gender perspective, the scars on women (cancer, gender violence and malpractice) and the production of therapeutic tattoos. Survival as a priority objective, happiness as a horizon and creative and solidary work to overcome wounds.

Director: Ciro Nestor Novelli / Producer: Silvana Laura Díaz / Mariángeles San Martín / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Ciro Nestor Novelli / Production company: Curandero producciones / Country: Argentina / Genre: Current Affairs, Social Issues, Biographies / Duration: 70' / Format: DCP / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

Our flag will never be red

by Pablo Lopez Guelli

Brazil

Current Affairs, Social Issues, Human Rights

70'

Our flag will never be red shows that Brazil’s escalation towards fascism has occurred from the breakdown of the country’s information system. The movie brings analyses from renowned journalists and academics, such as Glenn Greenwald and Noam Chomsky.

Filmed from 2013 to 2019, it shows how Brazil’s path towards the far right was paved from one of the greatest journalistic frauds of all time.

The documentary is one of the 9 Brazilians projects selected by Doc Society in 2018 to receive follow-up and help “due to its high potential of social transformation”.

Produced by Salamanca Filmes, a new Brazilian-Spaniard video producer, “Our flag will never be red” has support from France Press Agency (AFP) and Canon.

The original soundtrack is from André Abujamra, one of the most important Brazilian composers.

Director: Pablo Lopez Guelli / Producer: Giovanna Velasco / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Pablo Lopez Guelli / Production company: Salamanca Filmes / Country: Brazil / Genre: Current Affairs, Social Issues, Human Rights / Duration: 70' / Format: Full HD / Language: Portuguese / Year: 2019

Web: http://6berlusconis.com

Perla

by Clare Weiskopf / Nicolas van Hemelryck

Colombia

Creative Documentary, Social Issues, Youth

90'

What is abandonment? Why do we abandon? How do we survive abandonment? This film explores the many facets of abandonment in a construction made with documentary voices, imagination and impressions of the lives of young women who grew up without the accompaniment of their families and now live in a district boarding school.

Director: Clare Weiskopf / Nicolas van Hemelryck / Producer: Clare Weiskopf / Nicolas van Hemelryck / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Nicolas van Hemelryck / Production company: Casatarantula / Country: Colombia / Genre: Creative Documentary, Social Issues, Youth / Duration: 90' / Format: 4K / Language: Spanish

Phone line 137

by Lucía Vassallo

Argentina

Social Issues, Human Rights, Current Affairs

77'

PHONE LINE 137 portrays the life of four social workers who decide to be available 24/7, 365 days a year to assist, help and accompany different women who suffer gender, sexual and family violence, with an
altruistic spirit that puts the lives of others above their own.

Director: Lucía Vassallo / Producer: Facundo Escudero Salinas / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Nicolás Münzel Camaño / Production company: Pensilvania Films / Country: Argentina / Genre: Social Issues, Human Rights, Current Affairs / Duration: 77' / Format: Digital / DCP / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

Pick up the fork

by Fede & Nano

Argentina

Current Affairs, Culture

8 episodes

10'

American Allie Lazar brings her food blog to the screen, on a mission to find the weirdest, most beautiful and most delicious places to eat in Buenos Aires.

Director: Fede & Nano / Producer: Nicolás Abelovich / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Nicolás Abelovich / Production company: BdeBueno / Country: Argentina / Genre: Current Affairs, Culture / Duration: 10' / Episodes: 8 / Language: Spanish / Year: 2018

Prison, The Ushuaia Experiment

by Guido de Paula

Argentina

History, Social issues

4 episodes

26'

The prison of Ushuaia was set up at the beginning of the 20th century with the aim of containing the most dangerous prisoners in the southernmost point of the world. Due to the extreme weather conditions and the isolated place, being transferred to Ushuaia was in reality a living death sentence. These series, filmed in a “docu fiction” format, recount the history of this prison as well as the lives of some of its most infamous prisoners.

Director: Guido de Paula / Producer: Juan Pablo Lattanzi / Silvana Jaldín / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Juan Pablo Lattanzi / Production company: Canal Encuentro / Country: Argentina / Genre: History, Social issues / Duration: 26' / Episodes: 4 / Format: DCP / Language: Spanish / Year: 2018

Rancho

by Pedro Speroni

Argentina

Social Issues, Current Affairs

75'

Pablito, 18 years old, steps inside a maximum-security prison for the first time for murder of his stepfather. He is greeted by Oscar, the pavilion leader, who after 30 years in confinement holds, as a premise, that a criminal’s life is a dream. Also present are Marce and Rodri, two brothers who are reunited in the pavilion and, together with another group of young men, dream of becoming millionaires.

Director: Pedro Speroni / Producer: Pedro Speroni / Mercedes Speroni / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Pedro Speroni / Production company: El ojo silva / Country: Argentina / Genre: Social Issues, Current Affairs / Duration: 75' / Format: HD / Language: Spanish

Real estate

by Emanuel Giraldo Betancur

Colombia, Brasil

Current Affairs, Culture

90'

In a Cuba in the actual transition moment, from socialism to a market economy, we meet Gretel, a young property saleswoman. Together with her, we will go through intimate spaces full of stories. The sales reflect the sentimental value and the memory behind each object, each space

Director: Emanuel Giraldo Betancur / Producer: María Alejandra Mosquera / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: María Alejandra Mosquera / Production company: Blond indian Films SAS / Country: Colombia, Brasil / Genre: Current Affairs, Culture / Duration: 90' / Format: Digital / Language: Spanish

Releasing Oxytocin

by Magalí Bayón

Argentina

Social Issues, Science & Tech, Music

6 episodes

26'

Laura is a neuroscientist some 30-odd years old whose boyfriend has just left her. Devastated, she creates an alter ego to undertake a scientific mission: date after date, she searches for the formula that dominates the neuronal and behavioral universe that takes over men and women during sex, trying to defeat her addiction to love.

Director: Magalí Bayón / Producer: Facundo Escudero Salinas / Nicolás Münzel Camaño / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Nicolás Münzel Camaño / Production company: Pensilvania Films / Country: Argentina / Genre: Social Issues, Science & Tech, Music / Duration: 26' / Episodes: 6 / Format: HD / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

Steel life

by Manuel Bauer

Perú, España

Creative Documentary, Environment, Social Issues

111'

Steel Life follows the journey of the Central Peruvian Railway, a mineral freight train, through steep gradients from Cerro de Pasco, one of the highest cities in the world, to the Pacific Ocean. Along the way we find a century bar that refuses to disappear, children with so much lead in their blood that they will not make it through a metal detector, and a city that devours itself along with the memories and health of the people who live in it.

Director: Manuel Bauer / Producer: Sandra Yepez / Carlos Cárdenas / Alejandro Lázaro / Manuel Bauer / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Manuel Bauer / Production companies: TV Cultura / Kilovivo Producciones / Country: Perú, España / Genre: Creative Documentary, Environment, Social Issues / Duration: 111' / Format: QT HQ / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

Story of my name

by Karin Cuyul

Chile, Brazil

Creative documentary, Biographies

78'

After a fire destructed my house, I return to the places where I grew up looking for childhood recollections. In this journey appears the memory of a photo for Karin Eitel, a young woman, tortured and detained during the dictatorship, to whom I owe my name. A story that my parents never told me, brings me closer to Karin. In the background, the memory of a childhood in Chile, a country that reconstructed its democracy omitting its own history.

 

Director: Karin Cuyul / Producer: Josephine Schroeder / Karin Cuyul / Dominga Sotomayor / Ana Alice de Morais / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Karin Cuyul / Production companies: Cinestación / 3 Moinhos / Pequen producciones / Country: Chile, Brazil / Genre: Creative documentary, Biographies / Duration: 78' / Format: DCP / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

Submarine Mysteries at the end of the world

by Maayan Feldman / Sofia Chizzini

Argentina

Kids, Science & Tech, Environment

13 episodes

13'

Lola is a young woman who lives in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. Throughout each episode, Lola and her friends will dive into the depths of the Beagle Channel looking for new and exotic species. “Submarine mysteries of the end of the world”, a series for children who want to learn about science in a fun way.

Director: Maayan Feldman / Sofia Chizzini / Producer: Juan Pablo Lattanzi / Silvana Jaldín / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Juan Pablo Lattanzi / Production company: Pakapaka / Country: Argentina / Genre: Kids, Science & Tech, Environment / Duration: 13' / Episodes: 13 / Format: DCP / Language: Spanish / Year: 2018

Sun inside

by Jo Serfaty

Brazil

Creative Documentary, Youth, Current Affairs

94'

Sun inside is about the Holliday of teenagers friends who live in favela in Rio de Janeiro, discovering their desire, expressing their imaginary world and struggling to do their first steps to adulthood in city affected by social crises in Brazil nowadays.

Director: Jo Serfaty / Producer: Julia Motta / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Jo Serfaty / Production company: Fagulha filmes / Country: Brazil / Genre: Creative Documentary, Youth, Current Affairs / Duration: 94' / Format: DCP / MOV / Language: Portuguese / Year: 2019


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The champion of the world

by Federico Borgia / Guillermo Madeiro

Uruguay

Creative Documentary, Social Issues, Biographies

78'

What´s left after glory? Ten years after becoming a bodybuilding world champion, Antonio Osta (43) leads a life of austerity with his son Juanjo (17) in the rural town where he grew up. Suffering from chronic kidney disease and unable to compete, he must try to reinvent himself. Through a story focused on the bond between a father and a son, The Champion of the World puts forward a human portrayal of masculinity and the scars left by success.

Director: Federico Borgia / Guillermo Madeiro / Producer: Pancho Magnou Arnábal / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Pancho Magnou Arnábal / Production company: Montelona Cine / Country: Uruguay / Genre: Creative Documentary, Social Issues, Biographies / Duration: 78' / Format: DCP / Bluray / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

The Crosses

by Teresa Arredondo / Carlos Vásquez Méndez

Chile

Human Rights, Creative Documentary, Educational

80'

In September 1973, 19 paper mill workers were imprisoned and taken to the Laja police station. Six years later, their bodies were found in Yumbel’s cemetery. After almost 40 years, one of the policemen involved broke the pact of silence they had made the night of the killing, revealing the participation of the Paper Manufacturing Company (CMPC) in the murder. Today, the case is still open and awaiting sentence.

Director: Teresa Arredondo / Carlos Vásquez Méndez / Producer: Claudio Leiva Araos / Teresa Arredondo / Carlos Vásquez / Patricio Muñoz / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Claudio Leiva Araos / Production companies: dereojo comunicaciones / Laguna Negra / Country: Chile / Genre: Human Rights, Creative Documentary, Educational / Duration: 80' / Format: DCP / ProRes 4444 / Bluray / mpeg4 /mpeg2 / Language: Spanish / Year: 2018

The Days to Come

by Gabriel Medeiros / Felipe Bibian

Brasil

Current Affairs, Social Issues, Politics

90'

With the 60th anniversary of the Revolution approaching, Cuba is going through a time of deep social and political change: the Cuban people will vote on a new Constitution. With the vote arise the anxieties of a restless population waiting for the days to come.

In downtown Havana, residents of the Valle 11 building prepare their New Year’s parties. With their different trajectories and points of view, they represent the different ways of living in Cuba today. In its 12 floors, live all the contradictions of a nation.

Director: Gabriel Medeiros / Felipe Bibian / Producer: Anna Lu Machado / Felipe Bibian / Gabriel Medeiros / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Gabriel Medeiros / Production company: Baracoa Filmes / Country: Brasil / Genre: Current Affairs, Social Issues, Politics / Duration: 90' / Format: 4K / 16mm / Language: Spanish

The Hermits

by Daniela Uribe

Mexico

Creative Documentary, Youth, Current Affairs

83'

In the midst of the chaos of México City, a group of eight bachelor millennials who call themselves ´The Hermits´, open the doors to their tiny apartments in the historic Ermita Building, in the yet-to-be gentrified neighborhood of Tacubaya, and share their life experiences in a time when precarity changes the way in which we love, feel and relate to each other.

Director: Daniela Uribe / Producer: Daniela Uribe / Alfonso Duarte / Fernando de la Rosa / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Daniela Uribe / Production company: Folks Studio / Country: Mexico / Genre: Creative Documentary, Youth, Current Affairs / Duration: 83' / Format: DCP / Blu Ray / HD / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

Web: http://www.ermitadoc.com

The intention of Hummingbird

by Sergio de León

Uruguay

Creative Documentary, Human Rights, Biographies

72'

Throug the exhibtion of Ulises´s paintings, Juan tries his best to rescue him from oblivion. Ulises´s latest work: “Images of the hidden (me)” which has been divided and kept under lock and key for more than 20 years.

Director: Sergio de León / Producer: Sergio de León / Cecilia Mato / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Sergio de León / Production company: Vislumbre / Country: Uruguay / Genre: Creative Documentary, Human Rights, Biographies / Duration: 72' / Format: HD / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

The Pain of the Cicadas

by Carlos Andres Castro Macea

Colombia

Human Rights, Social Issues

70'

A vaccine was the root of death and disease in a small rural community in Colombia. Rosa and Mildred, two sisters who struggle to get ahead with different results. It’s a horror movie that explores the boundaries of a farmer’s family’s love amidst the health problems and the ghosts of war.

Director: Carlos Andres Castro Macea / Producer: Emmanuel Angulo Orozco / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Emmanuel Angulo Orozco / Production company: Canal Cultura / Country: Colombia / Genre: Human Rights, Social Issues / Duration: 70' / Format: Full HD / Language: Spanish / Year: 2019

Web: www.eldolordelascigarras.com

Trumphobia: what both sides fear

by Carolina Sosa

Uruguay, USA

Politics, Current Affairs, Social Issues

70'

Donald Trump’s rhetoric increased America’s political divide with the help of the mainstream media. He gave safety to his supporters but imposed fear on his opponents, which led to major confrontations across the nation. “Trumphobia” goes deeper into Americans’ minds to understand the current divide, stands in the middle of the road between his supporters and opponents, and proposes empathy for all as a possible solution to the turmoil.

Director: Carolina Sosa / Producer: Carolina Sosa / Commercial contact for DocMontevideo: Carolina Sosa / Production company: Proxima Centauri Films / Country: Uruguay, USA / Genre: Politics, Current Affairs, Social Issues / Duration: 70' / Format: DCP / MOV / Language: English / Year: 2019

Web: http://www.trumphobiamovie.com
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