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Los Cabos International Film Festival


Los Cabos International Film Festival

Formerly known as "Baja International Film Festival, Los Cabos" Los Cabos International Film Festival, is an event dedicated to the shared vision of this multicultural and vibrant region that brings international audiences bold, reflective and inspiring films year after year.

Every November, Los Cabos, one of Mexico´s most beautiful destinations, hosts a forum for dialogue and collaboration between Mexican cinema and its North American cultural commercial partners.

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Los Cabos Film Festival presented its third gala, Remember, the Spotlight to Alex Ross Perry and the Gabriel Figueroa Film Fund’

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The third Los Cabos International Film Festival’s gala event was presented by Mexican actor and director Eugenio Derbez and Mexican actress Johanna Murillo, in a ceremony to celebrate the Gabriel Figueroa Film Fund (GFFF).
 
This film fund, which honors one of the most outstanding cinematographers in the world, offers support every year for projects in development stage and, in collaboration with Labodigital, supports films in post-production stage.

 

 
Awards of the two programs were presented by Jorge Sánchez Sosa, Director of the Mexican Film Institute (IMCINE) and GFFF’s promoter.
 
In the first place, a jury formed by Cristina Garza (Mundial), Santiago de la Paz (Nómadas) and Cynthia Wiesner (Wiesner Distribution) awarded two prizes worth USD 52,000 each in post-production services provided by Labodigital to: Kyzza Terrazas’ Somos lengua and Rodrigo Cervantes’ Los paisajes.


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In the second place, a jury formed by Molly O’Keefe (Tribeca Film Institute), Ségolène Roederer (Québec Cinéma) and Mirsad Purivatra (Sarajevo Film Festival) awarded prizes worth USD 5,000 each to seven projects in development stage: Marcelino Islas’ History Lessons, Gustavo Gamou’s F.B.I., Pau Ortiz’ Outside of Prison, Luciana Kaplan’s Rush Hour, Andrea Pallaoro’s Beauty Salon, Pedro García Mejía’s Tree, and Skin Deep by Paulina del Paso and Elsa Miller.
 
For the first time, the Gabriel Figueroa Film Fund rewards a project from North America. In collaboration with Labodigital, the Festival selected one film from the Tribeca Film Institute Documentary Film Fund to be awarded a prize worth USD 52,000 in post-production services. This prize was presented by Labodigital Director Charles Barthe to Jeff Unay for his film Grey Water.
 
Finally, María Carranza presented the Splendor-Omnia Mantarraya post-production prize of USD 25,000 to Nicolás Celis, producer of the winner film, Soy negro.
 


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During the ceremony, a new program was launched: the Spotlight, this time devoted to the short but solid career of a young US talented filmmaker from the NYU: Alex Ross Perry.
 
After having competed in our 2014 edition with Listen Up Phillip, this year Ross Perry presents his first work, Impolex, his sophomore film, The Color Wheel, and his most recent work, Queen of Earth, in a complete retrospective that shows the maturity and profoundness he has reached. Sean Price Williams, his cinematographer and loyal collaborator, presented this award.
 


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Closing with a final flourish, Canadian director Atom Egoyan presented the Mexican Premiere of his most recent film, Remember, accompanied by his production team: Ari Lantos, Gerardo Gatica, Alberto Muffelman and Moisés Cosio. This film competed at the Venice International Film Festival, where it won the Vittorio Veneto Award.
 
One more year, Los Cabos International Film Festival continues to be the festival that awards the largest number of prizes in all of Latin America, with more than USD 480,000 in prizes on this edition.
 
 

 
 
 

 

 

 

 


 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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