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Cohen Media, Curzon Buy ‘Forgotten We’ll Do It’ – Variety

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The Colombian drama “Forgot Will Will,” directed by Cohen Media Group and Curzon Fernando Truba, has acquired distribution rights in North America and the Americas.

The acquisition was unveiled on Monday, and will appear as the first contract announced for a film since the 2020 Cannes official selection. It is also the first joint acquisition across both major English-speaking regions since the purchase of Curzon CMG in December. The film will be released in 2021 in the United States and the United States. Diversity The trailer for the film was released last week.

“Forgotten Will Will Bill” From the memory of Hector Abad Fasciolins, his father Colombian human rights activist Dr. Hector Abad remembers the game. Javier Camara stars in the story of a man torn between his family’s love and his political struggles, founded in non-violent Colombia in recent decades. Gomez devoted himself to social and political reasons before being assassinated in Colombia in 19ome7.

Truba said earlier Diversity“I don’t just want to tell a murder story, but also about the family and their lost paradise, freedom and family love. At first, people said I was making a political film. For me, first and foremost, it’s Dad and A love story between a son and everyone in a family.

The film also stars Juan Pablo Urego, Patricia Tamao and Ida Morales. It is produced by Karakol Television and DGP.

The second collaboration between Cohen Media Group and director Truber was “Forget Us”, released in 2013 by CMG as “Artist and Model”. Truba won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1993 for “Bell Epoch”. . “

The distribution agreement was negotiated by Robert Aronson of CMG and Vicente Canales of Film Factory Entertainment.

Although there is no physical festival this year, the Cannes market launches today with two separate virtual events – the Cinando-hosted Marchu du Film and the Hollywood agencies ‘A Demon March’.

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