Four Latin American films selected in Sundance Film Festival

06/12/2011 at 6:16 pm Leave a comment


Photo from "The Last Elvis"

After sorting through 4000 film entries, Sundance Film Festival released the final roster that includes four Latin American films in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition.

The films are world and international premieres.
The selected films are: “Father’s Chair,” from Brazil,
“The Last Elvis,” Argentina,
“Madrid, 1987,” from Spain, “Violeta Went to Heaven,” from Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Spain.

They were among 14 films in this category, all from emerging filmmakers with fresh perspectives and inventive styles.
The 2012 Sundance Film Festival runs from Jan. 19-29 in Utah.

Read the full line-up and film synopsis on Sundance Film Festival.

Watch the “Last Elvis,” here.

Source: Sundance Film Festival

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