Paula Hernández’s movie was awarded on the cinephile assembly. And will probably be obtainable on the platform.
Siamese, by Paula Hernández, gained the Movement Award for Argentine Cinema inside the framework of the impartial awards of the thirty fifth Mar del Plata Worldwide Movie Pageant, which ended on Sunday, November 29.
With the purpose of continuous to accompany nationwide cinema and amplify its attain to the mass public, Movement will incorporate the profitable movie, directed by Paula Hernández, into the platform’s provide of content material on demand in order that its clients can see and revel in it from any system and in anywhere.
In the course of the pageant, 22 Argentine titles participated on this contest and competed to be chosen by the jury made up of Antonio Álvarez, Telecom’s programming director, actress Marina Bellati and movie director Mariano Hueter.
Siamese inform how Stella (Valeria Lois) and his mom Clota (Rita Cortese) should journey from Junín, the place they stay, to the city of Costa Bonita, in Necochea, to see some flats that Stella’s father left him. This may develop into a nuisance for Stella, since her mom is somebody tough to cope with: she complains, she is afraid of every little thing, she says hurtful phrases and he or she retains reminiscing concerning the previous.
With a script by Paula Hernández and Leonel D’Agostino, Las siamesas relies on the homonymous story by Guillermo Saccomano. The Sleepwalkers, the earlier movie by Paula Hernández, has simply been chosen for represent Argentina on the Oscars 2021. It is usually obtainable in Movement.
Right here is the whole listing of impartial award winners on the thirty fifth Mar del Plata Pageant:
AADA (Argentine Affiliation of Audiovisual Artwork Administrators)
Finest Artwork Course of Argentine Movie of all competitions: Lucas Koziarski, for Las Mil y Una by Clarisa Navas
AATI (Argentine Affiliation of Translators and Interpreters)
Finest Quick Movie of the Argentine Competitors: Los cousins await, by Marina Nerea Malchiodi
ACCA (Affiliation of Cinematographic Chroniclers of Argentina)
Finest Movie within the Argentine Competitors: Esquirlas, by Natalia Garayalde
Particular point out: The frogs, by Edgardo Castro
ADF (Authors of Argentine Cinematographic Images)
Finest Director of Images within the Worldwide Competitors: Maria Rusche for Shiva Child, by Emma Seligman
APIMA (Affiliation of Unbiased Producers of Audiovisual Media)