Chilean delegation arrives at CPH:DOX with three films

From March 15 to 26, CPH:DOX will take place in Denmark, featuring a delegation of Chilean projects organized by Chiledoc, the Chilean documentary promotion agency. The delegation comprises Flor Rubina, Chiledoc’s Deputy Director, along with Ignacia Merino, producer of Tres Tercios, and María José Díaz, producer of Galgo Storytelling. The delegation will participate in a producer day event with delegations from countries like France, Germany, Norway, Scotland, Switzerland, and the UK to explore co-production possibilities.

The delegation’s two production houses, Galgo Storytelling and Tres Tercios, strongly address environmental and natural resources preservation themes, narrating stories through virtual reality and new cinematographic languages. The Chilean delegation expects these themes to make their projects particularly attractive to the CPH:DOX market.

The CPH:DOX market will also feature two acclaimed Chilean feature films. Patricio Guzman’s My Imaginary Country, explores the new political process emerging in Chile after October of 2019. Meanwhile, Maite Alberdi’s The Eternal Memory, winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at Sundance and second place in the Audience Award in the Panorama section of the Berlinale, will be exhibited in the Highlights section.

Finally, the CPH:DOX market will host the world premiere of The Departing Images, an eleven-minute short film directed by Ana Edwards and produced by Le Fresnoy Studio National des Arts Contemporains. The film offers a glimpse into the life of a Mapuche family living with their animals in a wooden house surrounded by mountains and trees.

The Chilean delegation also has two projects in the works. Asteroid 2518, a feature film in the editing stage traces the origins of a millennial’s autoimmune disease to her astrophysicist great-grandfather. Ilustration Zone explores the link between art and science in revealing never-before-seen species and threatened ecosystems. Additionally, Galgo Storytelling’s projects In the Shade of Light and Knowing your nature portray life in a rural town without electricity and invite users to appreciate the link between their internal states and the natural environment, respectively.

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