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Films in Progress
FILMS IN PROGRESS 28
Foto: Iñigo Ibáñez
FILMS IN PROGRESS 28
Foto: Iñigo Ibáñez
FILMS IN PROGRESS 28
Foto: Iñigo Ibáñez

A film inspired by true events in Southern Chile. A family sect only has one purpose and belief: a new order is necessary. Tamara, 11, is responsible for procreating the leaders of the new world. Disgruntled with her "lot”, Tamara’s sexual exploration with a boy in her year at school will have unexpected consequences, marking her violent transition from childhood to womanhood. Tamara will gain her freedom in a way she had never imagined. Marialy Rivas’s previous film, Joven y alocada, participated in Films in Progress and landed awards at Sundance and Bafici, among other festivals.

BIOGRAPHY

Marialy Rivas, born in Chile, is a director and screenwriter. In 2010 she released her short film Blokes, based on a short story by Pedro Lemebel. The film premiered at the Cannes Festival in its official competition. In 2014 she directed the short film There is a Hope, made with the support of the Sundance Institute and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In 2012 she made her first feature film, Joven & Alocada, produced by Fabula and premiered at Sundance 2012, where it won Best Screenplay.

CAST & CREW
Director
Marialy Rivas
Screenplay
Marialy Rivas, Camila Gutiérrez
Production
Fabula
Juan de Dios Larrain
Setembro Cine
Fernanda del Nido
Sudestada Cine
Gastón Rothschild
Photography
Sergio Armstrong
Edition
Andrea Chignoli
Music
Pendiente
Cast
Sara Caballero, Marcelo Alonso, María Gracia Omegna
Format
DCP FOLLOWING DCI
Running Time
71 m.
Country
Chile - Argentina - Spain
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