BrLab 2014

Tutores

  • Agustina Chiarino

    Agustina Chiarino is the coordinator of the Project Development Committee on Uruguay’s Channel 10 and a university professor. She also works internationally, teaching workshops, providing tutoring and advisory services, and as a jury member in funds and festivals. In 2007, she joined Control Z Films and produced the feature films Gigante (directed by Adrián Biniez), Tanta Água (directed by Ana Guevara and Leticia Jorge), Hiroshima and 3 (both directed by Pablo Stoll). In 2011, she founded Mutante Cine alonside Fernando Epstein. They produced Biniez’s El 5 de Talleres and co-produced Naishtat’s Historia del Miedo and Ana Katz’s Mi Amiga del Parque. She also organizes training workshops, such as Puentes, in partnership with EAVE.

  • Eliseo Altunaga

    Scriptwriter, narrator and consultant. Dean of the Script Department at EICTV and scriptwriting professor at Universidade de la Havana (Cuba). He wrote several feature films, series and novels. Among his works, Violeta se Fue a los Cielos – awarded in Huelva and Sundance -, Machuca, Tony Manero and No – nominated as Best Foreign Film for the Oscars – stand out.

  • Erick González

    Erick González has a master’s degree in filmmaking from the École Superieure d’Audiovisuel de Toulouse. In 2007 he impaneled the Administration Council of the Rencontres Cinémas d’Amérique Latine de Toulouse Festival and began his participation in Cine en Construcción’s selection committee. In 2008 he assumed the post of programme director of the same festival and in 2009 he iniciated his parallel work in FICValdivia, where a year later he founded the international platform AustraLAB. He is a member of the Cine sin Fronteras consortium and coordinates LERED, a Latin American independent distributers association. He also develops consulting and advisory work in the film industry area.

  • Eva Morsch Kihn

    Eva Morsch-Kihn graduate in Cultural Organizations Management and from the Université Dauphine Paris and in Modern Literature and Film from the Jean Jaurés Université de Toulouse. Eva is in charge of the industry platform of the french festival Cinélatino Rencontres de Toulouse, which includes Cine en Construcción, Cine en Desarrollo and EDEN. Eva has collaborated with Mercato del Film at the Bienalle di Venezia, organizing the first European Gap Financing Market. With Cannes’ La Fabrique des Cinémas du Monde, she selects projects for the Fonds d’Aide au Développement du Scénario d’Amiens, among others, and she is an alternate member of Aide Aux Cinémas du Monde.

  • Fernanda De Capua

    Fernanda De Capua has degrees in Film and Philosophy from Denison University and a specialization in Latin-American Co-Production from the Diplomado Ibermedia, and has been working in audiovisual production for fifteen years. She has produced the feature films Sonhos de peixe (winner of the Regarde Jeunes Prize in Cannes in 2006), Laura and Casa grande (winner of three awards in Toulouse, 2014), as well as the documentaries Violência S.A. and Se eu demorar uns meses. She works as an independent consultant for screenplays, project development and pitch in meetings such as Bolivia Lab, Cine Posible in Colombia, Estreno Bisonte in Costa Rica, Icuman Lab in Goiânia, among others. She is a partner at production company Vermelho Filmes.

  • Fernanda del Nido

    Fernanda Del Nido was born in Buenos Aires and moved to Spain, where she developed her professional career. Through the production company Tic Tac she headed films such as Julio Hernández’s Polvo (2012), Sandra Sánchez’s Tralas Luces (2011), Jorge Coira’s 18 Comidas (2010) and the collectively made ¿Qué Culpa Tiene el Tomate? (2009). She was also a co-producer on Fernando Pérez’s Tata Cedrón, el Regreso de Juancito Caminador, Margarita Leitão’s Design Detrás das Grades and Paz Fábrega’s Água Fría de Mar (2010). She is currently at SETEMBRO CINE, organizing the premiere of Pablo Larraín’s Neruda (2016) and producing Marialy Rivas’ Princesita and Sebastián Lelio’s Una Mujer Fantástica, both scheduled for release in 2017.

  • Juliana Rojas

    Juliana Rojas graduated in Film from ECA-USP in 2005. She wrote and directed alongside Marco Dutra the short films O lençol branco (Official Selection at Cinefondation in 2005), Um ramo (Best Short film at the Semaine de la Critique in 2007) and As sombras, as well as feature film Trabalhar cansa (Official Selection of the Un Certain Regard section of the Festival de Cannes in 2011). She also wrote and directed the short films Vestida, Pra eu dormir tranquilo (Best Short Film in Toulouse in 2011) and O duplo (Honorable Mention at the Semaine de la Critique in 2012), and the feature Sinfonia da necrópole. She works as an editor, and is a member of the collective Filmes do Caixote.

  • Paula Astorga

    Paula Astorga graduated from Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica, with a specialization in Direction and Production (1999). She has directed commercials and video clips for many years, and is now working as audiovisual promoter and producer. She founded and directed the Festival Internacional de Cine Contemporáneo de la Ciudad de México – FICCO (2004 -2008). From 2010 to 2013, she worked as director of the Cineteca Nacional de México. She has been a member of several international juries including BAFICI, Miami International Film Festival, RMFF, FICUNAM, FIC Valdivia, Festival de Cannes’ Quinzaine des Réalisateurs for the Label Europa Cinemas award, and recently Festival de Mar del Plata.

  • Rosanna Seregni

    Rosanna Seregni founded the production company Sintra. Among the films she had produced are Maurizio Sciarra’s Alla rivoluzione sulla 2 cavalli, Hiner Salem’s Vodka lemon, Danis Tanovic’s L’enfer and Pablo Trapero’s Nacido y criado. In 2005 she received the FICE award for Best Independent Production Company for High Quality Cinema. She is a permanent member of the jury for the screenplay development fund of the Festival International du Film d’Amiens. She recently produced Gianfranco Quattrini’s film Planta madre and is now developing Vicentini Orgnani’s project The Brazilian conference.

  • Sara Silveira

    Sara Silveira founded Dezenove Som e Imagens in 1991 alongside filmmaker Carlos Reichenbach, and has since then run the production company in partnership with Maria Ionescu. Her productions include the award-winning feature films Alma Corsária, Bicho de Sete Cabeças, Durval Discos and Cinema Aspirinas e Urubus, which won the National Educational Prize at Cannes in 2005 and the Un Certain Regard award, and was also the Brazilian Official Entry for Best Foreign Language Film in the 2007 Academy Awards. She recently participated as a member of the jury at the 67th Festival de Locarno’s Carte Blanche selection, and also as president of the jury at the 62nd Festival de San Sebastián’s Horizontes Latinos session.

  • Veronica Cura

    Veronica Cura was born in Buenos Aires in 1972 and has developed a career as a film producer, executive producer, line producer and teacher. She produced Pablo Giorgelli’s Las acacias (Camera d’Or at the Festival de Cannes in 2011), Lucrecia Martel’s La aujer sin cabeza, and Ariel Rotter’s El otro (Grand Jury Prize at the Berlinale in 2006), among others. Since 2005 she has taught at Escuela Nacional de Experimentación y Realización Cinematográfica – ENERC, and since 2011 she has been the academic coordinator of Production chair. She has also taught production workshops at EICTV in Cuba and produced several film production workshops and seminars.