Gerardo Naranjo’s “Cocoloco” hybrid picked up Primio Mezcalal for Best Mexican Film at the 35th Guadalajara Film Festival (FICG) on Friday, November 27.
The love triangle hints at a return to the big screen for Naranjo, who has spent nearly a decade following his 2011 hit “Miss Ball”, “Narcos,” “Bridge” and “Fear the Walking Dead.”
In the 1 16mm shot, Naranjo’s play is caught between two men, a violent cousin capturing him and making his debut in Tribhuvan where Node Hernandez won the Best Actor award. Match Factory handles international sales.
Chilean film and TV writer-director-producer Andres Wood won the award for best Ibero-American film for his political thriller “Spider”, which identified the discriminatory effects of right-wing radicals in the early ’60s before the coup . At this year’s 92nd Academy Awards, the play was submitted to Chile’s Best International Competition.
However, it was Samuel Kishi’s gentle, semi-autobiographical play, “Los Lobes”, which won the most awards at the FICG, including Audience Reas Best Actress, Fipressi Critics Award, Made in Jalisco Award, and one in the Ibero-American competition. Special Jury Prize. It has been sold by Figa Films HBO, all over Europe and some Latin American regions.
The “Los Lobes” (“wolf”), a single Mexican mother and her two young sons struggle to adapt to their new life in Albuquerque, New Mexico, as their mother tries to make a living, while the boys use imagination to make their stadium easier. .
At a live event on Friday, Guadalajara Film Festival Board Secretary Eger Lojada announced that the hybrid version of the festival had attracted 5,960 people for its personal event and 10,500 had seen or participated in festival screenplays, conferences, master classes, panels and other art events.
The social media presence of the festival has expanded to a significant level, says Lozadaz
“The decision to hold the festival in person was taken with great responsibility; I’m sure cultural spaces are the showcase of new cultures, it’s a way to show us that we need to mature, learn and collaborate that are different from what we use; It was a decision that I am sure could have been made the best, “said festival director Estrella Araiza, who did not specify a date for the 36th edition of the festival but said it would probably be held next summer.
Female filmmakers dominated the awards in the art section of the festival, which was not released on November 20-25. At co-production meetings in Guadalajara, where producers and managers presented a variety of genres for sales, distribution and production partners, various sponsors were rewarded with prizes.
The biggest prize, the GGM Studios Production Services Award, valued at $ 1.5 million Mexican pesos (4,000), went to Astrid Randero for his play “Sujo,” a late cartel gunman who found a way his father had always dreamed of. Center for center for him.
In the inaugural Competitive TV category, Episode 0: The Development Series, producer Eva Ruiz de Chavez won both awards for her satirical animated series, “Wild City”. Paiso) and a series lab at the Pontifical Xavierian University of Columbia and a scholarship for the approval of the Bogota Audiovisual Market (BAM).
The 35th Guadalajara Film Festival ran from November 20-27.
Mexican premium winners
“Cocoloco,” (Gerardo Naranjo, Mexico)
The best cinematographer
Sophia Ozioni, (“Tragic Jungle,” Mexico, France, Colombia)
Alfredo Castro, (“My tender matador,” Chile)
Martha Reyes, (“Los Lobes, Mexico”)
“Los Lobes,” (Samuel Kishi)
Ibarromerican Premium Mezcal winners
“Spider,” Andres Wood (Chile, Argentina, Brazil)
Special jury price
“Los Lobes” (Mexico)
Juan Pablo Phoenix, (“Cornwall,” Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Norway, Bolivia, France)
Best first film
“Piola,” (Luis Alejandro Perez, Chile)
Greta Fernandez, (“Daughter of a Thief,” Spain)
Luis Tosar, (“Open Out,” Spain) and Alfredo Castro (“Cornwall”)
The best cinematography
Nicolas Wang, (“La Lorona,” Guatemala, France)
The best screenplay
Diego and Daniel Vega, (“Conflict,” Peru, Colombia)
The best documentary
“Butterfly Song,” Nuria Frigola (Peru)
Special jury price, documentary
“Alejandrino’s Second Burial,” Raul Soto (Colombia)
Best animated film
“Joseph,” (Aurel, France, Spain)