Tanta agua (en)

Tanta agua
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Chosen in: 

Original version: 

Espagnol

First movie: 

Premier film

Director: 

Ana Guevara
Leticia Jorge

Country: 

  • Mexico
  • Netherlands
  • Uruguay

Year: 

2011

Length: 

96 min

Scriptwriter: 

Ana Guevara y Leticia Jorge

Editor: 

Ana Guevara, Leticia Jorge, Yibrán Asuad

Compositeur: 

Maximiliano Angelieri

Director of photography: 

María José Secco

Actors: 

Néstor Guzzini (Alberto), Malú Chouza (Lucía), Joaquín Castiglioni (Federico)

Production: 

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Brief synopsis of the project: 

Lucia is 14, but looks younger. She’s thin and has the body of a child. Her parents are divorced; she and her brother live with their mother. Their father Alberto, a chiropractor, only sees his kids occasionally. He rents a cabin at the hot springs. The holiday is going to be short and it looks as if it’s about to rain. Their hearts sink on arrival. It’s forbidden to use the pools because of an electric storm. Alberto tries to keep them amused and make good of their disastrous family break, but the harder he tries the worse it gets.

Prix: 

Premio Norteado (Norteado Award). Festival de San Sebastián

Soutiens: 

Tanta Agua has received the following supports: Ibermedia / Production Fund FONA / Hubert Bals Plus / Hubert Bals Fund for Development and it took part in the Fuentes workshop, BAL, Open Doors,...

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Director's biography: 

They are both graduates in Communication studies. They started working together on writing scripts in 2004. Tanta Agua is their first feature film.

Filmography: 

• El Cuarto Del Fondo (2006) – Short film – Silver Caravel Award at the Bilbao Festival in 2007.
• Corredores de verano (2009) – Short film.

Notes de production: 

From the basic structure that Whisky and 25 Watts generated, CONTROL Z has tried to go on producing Uruguyan cinema. Up to now, Control Z produced and distributed: 25 Watts (2001) and Whisky (2004) by Juan Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll, La Ferrera (2006) by Manuel Nieto, Acné (2008) by Federico Veiroj, Gigante (2009) by Adrian Biniez, Hiroshima (2010), 3 (released in 2012) by Pablo Stoll, and Tanta Agua (post-production) by Ana Guevara and Leticia Jorge.

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