Bolivian film The Parents (Los Viejos) by Martín Boulocq screens at the Goteborg International Film Festival

02/02/2012 at 1:02 pm Leave a comment


“Los viejos”
A CQ Films production in association with Cinenomada, ZDF/Arte.
(International sales: FiGa Films, Los Angeles.)
Produced by Alba Balderrama, Juan Carlos Valdivia.
Executive producers, Danilo Franulic, Ana Maria Saavedra, Martin Boulocq, Hernan Musaluppi.
Directed by Martin Boulocq. Screenplay, Rodrigo Hasbun, Boulocq, based on a short story by Hasbun.

With: Roberto Guilhon, Andrea Camponovo, Charo Penarrieta, Fabrizzio Camponovo, Julio Iglesias, Jorge Ruiz, Diego Pino.

Camera (B&W/color, HD-to-35mm), Daniela Cajias; editors, Salvi Fuentes, Boulocq; music, Los Ronisch, Ramiro Robles, Grillo Villegas; art director, Laura Caligiuri; sound, Martin Miguel Garcia Serventi, Sergio Medina. Running time: 74 MIN.

Source: Latin America Film

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