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FICM Announces the Selection for Impulso Morelia

We are pleased to announce the titles that were selected to participate in Impulso Morelia, FICM’s new section for films in post-production, which will celebrate its first edition within the framework of the 13th FICM.

Program:

Batallas íntimas
Dir. Lucía Gajá
Production Company: Caguama Producciones (Casadelou S.A DE C.V)

Casa Caracol
Dir. Jean-Marc Rousseau
Production Company: Cámara Carnal Films, S.A de C.V

Desconsuelo (en dos movimientos)
Dir. Roberto Almeida
Production Company: Arte 7

El corazón del cielo
Dir. Andrea Bussmann / Nicolás Pereda
Production Company: Interior XIII y MDFF

Minezota
Dir. Carlos Enderle
Production Company: Baremo Films

Plaza de la Soledad
Dir. Maya Goded
Production Company: Mostro Films / La Sombra del Guayabo / Alebrije Producciones

Tempestad
Dir. Tatiana Huezo
Production Company: Pimienta Films / Cactus Films / Terminal Films

Zeus
Dir. Miguel Calderón
Production Company: FOPROCINE / Cinepantera / Cinema Máquina / EFD

These films, which are in the post-production stage, will be screened exclusively for national and international festival programmers, producers, distributors and sales agents, as a unique opportunity aimed at shared reflection and the termination, promotion and circulation of the proposals. The participating titles will be presented by their respective teams, and in this way, Impulso Morelia will offer the possibility for Mexican filmmakers to engage in direct and constructive dialogue with experts of the national and international industry.

Beginning with this first edition of Impulso Morelia, the company Cinépolis Distribución will offer guaranteed national distribution to one of the projects, whose terms will be defined in agreement with the selected film. In addition, a cash incentive of 200,000 Mexican pesos intended for post-production processes and services will be awarded to one of the participating titles.

The Jury that will decide which film or films will receive these important awards will be comprised of the British writer and producer Lynda Myles, Mauricio Durán, vice president of Latin America for Universal Pictures, and Miguel Rivera, program director for Cinépolis.

Impulso Morelia strengthens FICM’s position as a space of international visibility for Mexican cinema and affirms its mission of promoting the talent of the filmmakers of our country.