Estrenando la película en casa
We shot an unforgettable film and we survived (and thrived).
MONSTRUO by CARLOS MORELLI. A NEKTAR FILMS production.
Coproducers: La ofi cine Berlin, Cinescopio Mexico.
With funding from the Uruguayan Film Institute.
“I understand Hitler.” Controversy sells. If Lars was looking for attention, this would have been the perfect way to do it.
Remembering New York, imagining New York
There´s no more reality on Facebook than on the Hollywood-style broadcast of the Irak war.
Though I knew little about Ebert and had never seen him, in my mind, he was not necessarily a “nice” man, more like a Neptune with his trident, letting films pass in front of him, and decreeing which ones would live and which ones would be sentenced to death.
When my friend Sergio, who was organizing the Fest told me that our preview was going to be shown at Fundacion Atchugarry, I didn’t think much of it. I had never heard of the place, though the prospect of it being en route to beautiful Jose Ignacio and in the middle of the country sounded very appealing.
Meet the delightful Tanja and the family that hosted us during the shooting of our film in beautiful summertime Finland for a true Finnish experience.
My Berlin is a Wendersness. It is an existential black and whiteness where Bono and Lou Reed are singing a song on streetcorners and Nick Cave is crooning hypnotic tunes in some run-down basement