Hunting season

Nahuel is finishing highschool in Buenos Aires when his mother suddenly passes away. Soon after, he is legally forced to spend his last three months before turning eighteen with his father, who he hasn’t seen for over ten years. Nahuel has an innate violent impulse he’s been gradually learning to control. His father Ernesto is a highly respected hunter in San Martin de los Andes, a small village near the mountains in southern Argentina. His whole life revolves around hunting. He is a tough and silent man. Nahuel has only a few memories of his early childhood living in the South with his father, and they aren’t really the happiest ones. The journey begins and Nahuel, who is accustomed to urban life, needs to adjust to this new environment, marked by hostility and cruelty, where survival is for the strongest.


Country: Argentina

Estimated Value: US$ 468,000.00

Capted Value: US$ 221,000.00


  • Natalia Garagiola

    Natalia Garagiola (1982) has written and directed three fiction short films: Rincón De Lopez, released at BAFICI; Yeguas y Cotorras, which premiered at Cannes’ Semaine de la Critique; and Sundays, which premiered at the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs as a part of the Nordic Factory. She is currently working on her first feature film Hunting season.


  • Gonzalo Tobal

    As a director, Gonzalo Tobal received the Cinéfondation First Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007 for his short film Ahora todos parecen contentos, and his first feature film, Villegas, premiered in the official selection of the same festival in 2012. Together with production company Rei Cine, he produced the short film Yeguas y cotorras and is now producing the feature film Hunting season, both by Natalia Garagiola.