- United States
Director of photography:
Lautaro Bettoni (Nahuel), Germán Palacios (Ernesto), Boy Olmi (Bautista), Rita Pauls (Clara)
Nahuel has almost finished high school in Buenos Aires when his mother suddenly dies. He is legally obliged to spend the last three months before turning 18 with his father Ernesto, a respected hunter who lives in a small village near the mountains. They haven’t seen each other for more than a decade. As the journey begins and wilderness becomes his new environment, Nahuel is confronted with his ability to love and kill.
INCAA, Torino Film Lab, Doha Film Institute, World Cinema Fund, Strasbourg Eurométropole, Mecenazgo Cultural – Buenos Aires Ciudad, BrLab, TyPA.
Natalia Garagiola (1982) graduated from Universidad del Cine, where she later imparted classes. In 2004 she finished an MA in Sreenwriting at FIA- UIMP (Spain). She has written and directed three short films: Rincón de López, released at BAFICI, Yeguas y Cotorras, premiered at the Semaine de la Critique and Sundays, premiered at the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs. She took part of the Experimental Film Lab (Universidad Di Tella).
2014 - Sundays - short film
2012 - Yeguas y Cotorras - short film
2011 - Rincón de López - short film
Established in Buenos Aires, Rei Cine is created in 2010 in order to provide a creative platform for groundbreaking filmmakers, looking out to establish long- term relationships and becoming involved in all creative and production stages. Past and current line-up includes films by: Lucrecia Martel, Gonzalo Tobal, Natalia Garagiola, Pablo Fendrik, Laura Guzmán & Israel Cárdenas, Marcela Said, Benjamín Naishtat and Jazmín López, all of which have been successfully distributed worldwide and premiered in A-list festivals. Since 2013, they distribute under the label Rei Distribución.
REI CINE (Argentine) - Benjamin Domenech, Santiago Gallelli, Matías Roveda
GAMECHANGER FILMS (États-Unis) - Mynette Louie
LES FILMS DE L’ÉTRANGER (France) - Philippe Avril, Anne Grange
AUGENSCHEIN FILMPRODUKTION (Allemagne) - Catharina Schreckenberg, Jonas Katzenstein, Maximilian Leo