Dir. Ricardo Alves Jr. Produced by Entre Filmes, Sancho Filmes, Punta Colorada de Cinema - (Bra). Associated: Los Acantilados (Arg) In Post-Production Elon’s wife, Madalena, doesn’t come back home from work. Elon starts retracing her daily routes. He get’s more and more desperate. Nobody has a clue on where she is. He wanders through Belo Horizonte searching for her. Life becomes a nightmare of misunderstandings and strange encounters that vague through endless oppressing corridors.
Dir. Bruno Risas Produced by Sancho Filmes & Punta Colorada de Cinema In Production My father got unemployed. The whole family had to go back to the old house at Bresser, a small working class neighbourhood in São Paulo. My mother looks for a way out, but she is lost. My sister got a job, but it pays badly. My grandmother is getting demented. The dogs bark a lot. They stay all day at home, they fight a lot. I film them. One day a strange object in the sky abducts my mother.
Dir. Pablo Giorgelli Producers: Tarea Fina (ARG), Aire Cine (ARG), Seacuatico (UY), Sancho Filmes (BRA) e Punta Colorada de Cinema (BRA) In Production Ely is 17 and lives with her mother with whom she holds a silent and distante relationship in the proletarian neighbourhood of La Boca in Argentina. At the local pet shop where she works after school, Aly has an affair with her boss. When she get pregnant, the agony of having or not the child, becomes an intimate journey of adolescence.
Dir. Adirley Quierós & Joana Pimenta Producers: 5 da Norte (Bra), Punta Colorada de Cinema (Bra) & Terratreme (Por) Funding In 2013 the police of the Brazilian District initiated a large operation against drug traffic in the peripheral city of Ceilândia, all men where arrested. A year later, the women took over the streets. Their disputes for economic, symbolic and territorial power slowly turn into a war. They claim a space for the peripheral female body, and its own codes of action.
Dir. Gustavo Vinagre & Noelia Lacayo Producers: Vitrine Filmes (Bra), Punta Colorada de Cinema (Bra) & Cinesinorganos (Nic) Pre-production Cuba hoje. Em tempos de incerteza, a vida de quatro personagens se prende a uma frágil ilusão que resiste em se desfazer.
Dir. Ivan Granovsky Producers: Los Acantilados (Arg) & Punta Colorada de Cinema (Bra) In Post Production Ivan develops a strange fetish for terrorism and conflicted territories. With some money in hands he travels around the globe looking for these narratives, interviewing his rebel idols. Everything looks like a spectacular fiction, everything looks like an out of control and incomprehensive reality.
Dir. Lucrecia Martel Producer: Rei Cine (Arg), Bananeira Filmes (Bra) Co-productores – El Deseo, MPM Film, Patagonik Film Group, Louverture Films, Canana, Lemming Film, O Som e a Fúria, KNM, Picnic Producciones Associated Producer: Punta Colorada de Cinema (Bra) In Post ZAMA es la historia de un hombre que espera ser reconocido por sus méritos. Pero en los años de espera pierde todo. Decide atrapar un peligroso bandido y recuperar su nombre. En el fracaso se libera de su espera.
Dir. Michael Wahrmann & Sergio Oksman Producers: Sancho Filmes & Punta Colorada de Cinema Fiction film in development One of the first women labour associations in Latin America was the Jewish Prostitutes Association of São Paulo. Their main goal was to be buried in a proper graveyard. This film tells the story of their struggle for the creation of a Jewish prostitutes cemetery.
Directed by Michael Wahrmann & Alejandro Fadel Produced by Sancho Filmes (Bra), Punta Colorada de Cinema (Bra), La Union de Los Rios (Arg) & Don Quijote Filmes (CHI) Fiction film in development. “Basta!” é um filme de ficção que conta a história do massacre de mineiros ocorrido no norte do Chile na cidade de Iquique. Aconteceu em 1907, na Escola de Santa Maria. Foram assassinados dois mil ou três mil e seiscentos homens, mulheres e crianças, ou talvez menos, ninguém sabe ao certo.