VI Co-Production Market
Dominican Republic – Puerto Rico – Cuba
The Co-production Market emerged with the intention of establishing the foundations of a market that seeks answers to the distribution problems of our cinematographiques and, in addition, to create a space for reflection among the different components of the audiovisual sector in the Caribbean basin, both on public policies such as on the industry and the international impact of the works produced.
|El nuevo edén||Luis Alejandro Yero||Cuba|
|20 años si es mucho||Daniel Mendoza||Uruguay / Canarias|
|El Último||Yamila Marrero / Yoel Infante||Cuba|
|Julia de Burgos, una leyenda en 20 surcos||Alvaro Calderón||Puerto Rico|
|Coquito||Freddie Marrero / Bienvenida Matías||Puerto Rico|
|La gran desilusión||Kisha Tikina Burgos||Puerto Rico|
|Caminos||Alvaro Aponte||Puerto Rico|
|Los sin nombre||Valeria Valentina Bolivar / Pablo Mustonen||Dominican Republic|
|Ramona||Victoria Linares Villegas||Dominican Republic|
|Las flores que he visto||Katherine Díaz||Dominican Republic|
El nuevo edén
|El nuevo edén||Luis Alejandro Yero||Cuba||[email protected]|
More than seventy years have passed since the construction of the 25 & K building in the center of what would later be the most vibrant neighborhood in Havana. Some of the families that inhabit its 16 apartments settled there in the middle of the last century. His memories range from the first works of the Habana Hilton hotel, to the attempt of a subway never cementing due to the collapse of the Soviet Union.
20 años si es mucho
|20 años si es mucho||Daniel Mendoza||Uruguay / Canarias||[email protected]|
|El Último||Yamila Marrero / Yoel Infante||Cuba||[email protected] / [email protected]|
Orlando is the last inhabitant of a building in which, the rest of the neighbors, sold their apartments to Diago who has turned them into lodging places for tourists. A leak from the Orlando penthouse to one of the rental apartments, unleashes a confrontation between the two men. While Orlando refuses to leave, Diago will do everything to make the building his own.
Julia de Burgos, una leyenda en 20 surcos
|Julia de Burgos, una leyenda en 20 surcos||Alvaro Calderón||Puerto Rico||[email protected]|
Poor cradle woman, loving daughter and sister, self-taught intellectual, sublime poet, spirit free of deep sensitivity, vertical feminist and patriotic solidarity with the libertarian causes of the world… few people manage to navigate so many roads in only 39 years of earthly life; That is Julia de Burgos: the immense legacy of her intense and productive life continues to flourish 65 years after her tragic death.
|Coquito||Freddie Marrero / Bienvenida Matías||Puerto Rico||[email protected]|
Coquito, the traditional Christmas drink of Puerto Rico, is a metaphor for a cultural desire that many Puerto Ricans in the diaspora feel for the island. When you slowly taste a glass of coquito, your taste buds will tell you if it reaches that sweet spot that takes you to the island. The coquito also has a hidden history. The documentary ¡COQUITO! explore these connections; The film forms a lens and through it we learn, study, and bring to light its hidden history of business, colonialism, labor, agriculture, and politics.
La gran desilusión
|La gran desilusión||Kisha Tikina Burgos||Puerto Rico||[email protected]mail.com|
At fifteen Giácomo is on the verge of death and the voice of his higher consciousness tells us the adventures of his life: THE GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT – drama of humor and fantasy. On an island that sounds like “reggaeton and trap”, Giácomo, a child with ADHD has two very clear objectives: to please his parents by becoming a great lyric singer like his late grandmother Stella-Mamita and conquer the love of his only friend, Amanda.
|Caminos||Alvaro Aponte||Puerto Rico||[email protected]|
In a train that crosses Cuba from east to west with its machinery problems, where we do not know when the train will be stranded in the middle of nowhere, we discover various characters that will take us to their homes where we enter their intimate lives.
Los sin nombre
|Los sin nombre||Valeria Valentina / Pablo Mustonen||Dominican Republic||[email protected] / [email protected]|
Marcela is schizophrenic, she keeps her condition under control by drawing and writing everything that happens around her. Marcela meets Joaquin, they fall in love. Joaquín discovers his great secret: Marcela has a son and because of his condition, he has not been able to take care of him. Marcela will try to overcome her fears, given the possibility of the unthinkable before: having a family.
|Ramona||Victoria Linares Villegas||Dominican Republic||[email protected]|
Ramona, a fifteen-year-old girl lives on the outskirts of Santo Domingo. She is seven months pregnant and does not know the father’s whereabouts. He cares little until he is pressed around him to move with him to take care of her and the unborn baby. In the middle of the morning, Ramona embarks on a journey through the northern region of the country in search of man. During her tour, Ramona will navigate through difficult times that will make her even more aware of her current situation and will lead her to make the decision to continue with the conventions scheduled or live a life alone from scratch.
Las flores que he visto
|Las flores que he visto||Katherine Díaz||Dominican Republic||[email protected]|
In a field of weeds and large trees Doña Francia Saleta observes a clothesline that runs in front of her, there hang her shirts, robes, underwear and sheets of warm colors and soft fabrics. With his 86 years in his eyes he looks at how the sun illuminates them, how the wind moves them, how they have faded and deteriorated over time.