Luis Cepeda’s Colours captivates the FCGD public

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The Creole film competing in Prima Fiction, has attracted the interest of the public and the press

(Santo Domingo, February 2, 2019) It was not foreseen in the official schedule of screenings of this edition of the Dominican Republic Global Film Festival, but the Dominican film Colors had this Saturday its third function after the massive request of the public that, through social networks and in the ticket office of Blue Mall Cinema Palace, insisted that the film be screened again.

The director of the film, Luis Cepeda, said he is very happy about the reaction that the film has generated in the audience, “It has been as I imagine it, it is a beautiful film, which motivates people to return to feel emotions that they have not felt in some time”.

Consulted on his nomination among the eleven productions that compete in Opera Prima Ficcion of the FCGD, Cepeda valued it as very positive because it allows generating even more expectation so that the audience is interested and goes to the halls. “Colours is a movie that people have to see, I have not talked to the distributors yet, I hope to do it now that we leave the festival but it should not happen in the middle of the year, maybe in April, so that we are exhibiting it commercially”.

The billboard of the third day of the FCGD at the Blue Mall Cinema Palace, also included the films Kai, Memoirs Of A Man In Pajamas, Mr. Know It All, Just Like Our Parents, Nude Normandie, Neither Distinct, Nor Different : Champions, BPM (Beats Per Minute), Burning, Dream Florianopolis, Journey To A Mother’s Room, The Dead And The Others, Shoplifters / A Family Affair, Porn For Newbies and The Wailing.

As a novelty of the event, the directors of the Altos de Chavón Film School, Tanya Valette; Intec, Pablo Lozano and; PUCMM, presented together with an interesting group of short films made by students and that was projected in a compendium called “Unicortos”. Lozano said that in the case of Intec, six short films of different genres participated and that the idea is to continue with the initiative so that the seventh art is strengthened and fed by new exponents.

Earlier, the participants of the Dominican Film Lab developed an intense day that also opened space for interested in the cinema to join the Master Class on Production: Funds, Creative Production and Distribution in Latin America and the Caribbean, dictated by Consuelo Castillo, project manager and Colombian cultural manager who directs the Colombian Film Promotion and Distribution Agency DOC: CO; besides advising the distribution strategies for the Citizen Culture Directorate of the Ministry of Culture of Bogotá.

Another activity that marked the rhythm of the morning was the talk “The figure of the agent in the current audiovisual industry”, by the prestigious professional and representative of well-known actors, Kaliah Garzón, who spoke on topics such as the agent as a collector of talent, the nexus between the artist and the working world, the work of the agent to enhance the impact of artistic talent and the construction of careers.

Garzón has his own actor representation agency, he has a production Master and several script courses and among the actors he has represented are Rubén Cortada, Eva Ugarte or Franky Martín. He has also accompanied the renowned Rossy de Palma, Iván Sánchez, Rubén Ochandiano, Vincent Pérez and Cecilia Suárez.

For its part, the renowned actress, singer and television presenter specialized in music and international entertainment, the Dominican Grace Suberví, participated in the Actor’s Studio, in which she shared her experience in the world of entertainment with the public.

Suberví currently stars in the title role in DramaFever’s first original production, “Oh My Grace.” As VJ for MTV and host of FUSE and DramaFever (a Warner Bros. company), he has presented and produced interviews with celebrities such as Lee Min Ho, Kim Woo Bin, Park Bo Young, BIGBANG, Girl’s Generation, Super Junior, among others.

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All information on the activities of the Dominican Global Film Festival is available on the tamoencine.org web platform and the free “DRGLOBALFILMFEST” app available for iOS and Android.

The festival is sponsored by Claro Video, Dgcine, Distribuidora Corripio, Palacio del Cine, Procomunicaciones, Sigma Petroleum Corporation, Aeromexico, Cap Cana, Telesistema, Plaza Lama, Telemicro, Julietta Beauty Supply, LM Constructora, Tiendas Katia, Tony BOGA, Burger King, The Willbes & Co., Ltd, Digital 15, IGlobal, La 91, Panamericana Films y Telemicro Internacional.

Also,Jet Set Club, Zol 106, Emax Group Corp, Bocatips, Capuccino, Diario Libre, El Nacional, Eventival, Ibermedia, Jorge Mochón Academy, Krispy Kreme, Listín Diario, Ministerio de Cultura, Ministerio de Educación (Minerd), Ministerio de Educación Superior Ciencia y Tecnología (Mescyt), Movibeta y Papa John’s.

And, Periódico Hoy, Revista Global, Sala de Espera, Teatro Nacional, Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo, Escuela Altos de Chavón, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, Universidad Iberoamericana, Embajada de Alemania, Embajada del Reino Unido, Embajada España-AECI, Embajada EE.UU, Centro Franklin, Embajada República de Corea y la Embajada México.

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