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Sebastian Mantilla’s project CANAL selected for PUENTES 2009

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Trained at Torino Film Lab in colaboration with Script & Pitch, the feature film project CANAL written by Sebastian Mantilla from Spain and produced by Bianca Smanio from Novart Media Films, has been one of five europeans selected to participate at PUENTES taking place in Buenos Aires from March 26-30, 2009 within the framework of the BAFICI (Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente) taking place from March 25 - April 5, 2009. Along with CANAL, PUENTES Europe...

Sebastian Mantilla wins the FILMOTECH AWARD at Documenta Madrid with his short documentary THE CAPTAIN

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As an innovative initiative, the organisers of DOCUMENTA 08 and the EGEDA Digital team have decided to create the Filmotech.com Award, through which the festival will come to life on the Internet, beyond the official page. In this way the makers of the works in the Competitive Sections can, if they wish, present their films on the Net so that, with all the guarantees of legality, they can be downloaded from anywhere on the globe. Those directors who opt to do so can compete for the Filmotech.com...

Sebastian Mantilla presents THE CAPTAIN at DOCUMENTA MADRID 2008

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Documenta Madrid is an international film festival dedicated exclusively to documentary film. Its offices are located in the capital of Spain and it is organized by the City of Madrid. It is presently the city's most widely-attended festival. The festival was born for the purpose of strengthening and disseminating the documentary genre, in so far as it understood to be a reflection of the social, cultural, economic, artistic, environmental, and other realities that exist in the world. From the...

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