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LATAM Panel @ the Sitges Film Fest

Screen Division attended the Sitges Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantastic de Catalunya in Spain, which was held between October 3rd – 12th. We participated at a panel, organised by the coproduction market Blood Window, about Horror and Fantastic Cinema in Latin America. Also taking part in the panel were filmmakers Isaac Ezban, Laurette Flores, Ignacio Cucucovich and Martin Desalvo.


Blood Window is a new section created by the market Ventana Sur to promote LATAM Fantastic Cinema.

Screen Division @ TIFF & FFX

Screen Division will be attending the Toronto International Film Festival from September 3rd to 13th before flying to Austin for the Fantastic Fest, held from September 17th to 25th, which will be celebrating its 10th Anniversary.

In Toronto, SD will be accompanying various clients, screening films and attenting meetings with sales agents and producers. In Austin, Annick Mahnert will be attending the Fantastic Market | Mercado Fantastico as a Jury member for the Market Projects 2014.

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Exclusive Trailer of Dios Local hits the web

The Exclusive Trailer For La Casa Muda Director’s Dios Local has hit the web.

Check it out on TWITCHFILM.

The film will world premiere at the Fantastic Fest in Austin and has been confirmed in Sitges and Rio de Janeiro. Further festivals are awaiting their public announcement.

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Dios Local @ Rio de Janeiro

Dios Local has been confirmed at the Rio de Janeiro Film Festival.

The 16th Festival do Rio (Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival), which is headquartered in the historic heart of the city at the Armazém da Utopia, is screening films from more than 60 countries at venues spread across the city. The festival takes place from 24 September through 88 October.

The film is repped internationally by Elle Driver in Paris.


Dios Local @ Fantastic Fest

The Fantastic Fest has just announced the first wave of titles playing at their 10th edition.

Dios Local is one of the titles announced in the first wave. The festival runs from September 18th to 25th. Fantastic Fest is the largest genre film festival in the U.S., specializing in horror, fantasy, sci-fi, action and just plain fantastic movies from all around the world.

The film is repped internationally by Elle Driver in Paris.

More about the announcement HERE.


Frontières Co-production Market

Screen Division was in Montréal at the Fantasia Frontières Co-production market last week, offering consultation to producers and directors, and looking for new projects for distribution and international sales. The market also offered panels about “Early involvement of the postproduction companies”, “Creating proof-of-concept videos for Financing and Presales” and “Lessons learned in Crowdfunding”.

Screen Division has been a partner of Frontières since 2013, preselecting the projects for the market.


Dios Local @ Sitges 2014

We’re very happy to announce that Dios Local, the new film from Uruguayan director Gustavo Hernandez (La Casa Muda), which we have executive produced, has been selected to play in competition at the Sitges International Film Festival of Catalonia next October.

Sitges is the oldest and most important fantastic film festival in Europe. Created in 1968 as the 1st International Week of Fantasy and Horror Movies, the Festival is nowadays an essential rendezvous for movie lovers and audiences eager to come into contact with new tendencies and technologies applied to film and the audiovisual world. The Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia is a part of the E.F.F.F.F, as well as the venue chosen year after year for the presentation of the Méliès d’Or Award, granted by the Federation.

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Screen Division @ PIFAN

Screen Division will be travelling to South Korea to attend the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PIFAN). Annick Mahnert has been invited as a Jury member for the International Short Film Competition. More infos about PIFAN and its program HERE.


Screen Division supports Lao’s first horror filmmaker

Mattie Do is Lao’s first female horror filmmaker. Two years ago, she shot her first film Chanthaly on a Canon 550D for US$5’000. The film was released in the theatres in Lao and got great reviews. Chanthaly became the first Lao film to screen in major festivals outside of Southeast Asia and the film had its American premiere at the renowned Fantastic Fest in Austin, TX. After that, the film screened all over the world.

In May, Mattie Do was invited as one of only ten directors selected to present her new film in the World Cinema Pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival as part of the Institut Français’ Fabrique des Cinemas du Monde.

Mattie is now preparing her second feature, Nong Hak, which tells the story of a Lao village girl, whose only chance of escaping indentured poverty is to manipulate her wealthy cousin’s illness into dependence. Oh, and it’s got ghosts, too.

You can support Mattie through her IndieGoGo Campaign and help her gather the money to launch production. Have a look at the presentation video: – ນ້ອງຮັກ (Nong Hak / Dearest Sister) – A Lao Horror from Mattie Do on Vimeo.

Fantasia’s Frontières Co-Production Market

Screen Division once again took part in the preselection of the projects for the International Co-Production Market, which will be held during the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montréal next July.

The full list of selected projects will be revealed during the Cannes Film Festival. Fantasia takes place from July 17th to August 5th with the Market running from July 24th to July 27th.


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