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"terroir" to have Peruvian premiere with Festival de Cine Villa Maria del Triunfo!

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"terroir" has been accepted to the Festival de Cine Villa Maria del Triunfo and Lima Sur 2020 in Lima, Peru for August 14-21, 2020. "terroir" is a musical documentary about the mother-child relationship and how it can sometimes influence our perceptions of very capable female leaders in all sectors of society. Helmed/written and produced by Dawn Westlake under her Ron de Cana Prods, Inc. shingle, the film was shot by Pol Carrizo Vilarroig of Imatge Barcelona in Wheaton & ...

Dora and the Lost City of Gold, Review: Adorable Dora, the explora

Dora and the Lost City of Gold, Review: Adorable Dora, the explora Dora is shown first as a six-year old, living in the forest with her explorer parents, and then as a sixteen year-old, studying in high school. That is highly appropriate, because Dora and the Lost City of Gold has something for all those who are in the age-group of 6-16, and some more for the older folks, who have seen 17 or more summers. The film is largely driven by the actress playing Dora, who is simply scintillating. TV...

"Pooling" accepted to Independientes Film Fest in Arequipa, Peru!

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"Pooling" has been selected as one of just 50 finalists to be projected in Independientes: Festival de Cortometrajes at Casa Blanca Centro Cultural in Arequipa, Peru June 13-15, 2019. Written and helmed by Dawn Westlake, and produced under her Ron de Cana Prods, Inc. shingle, "Pooling" features the dance and choreography of Marc Carrizo Vilarroig of Brodas Bros to an original score composed by Joan Armand Forero of Praxiz. The film was shot, edited and visual effects were don...

From On High to have South American premiere with Censurados Film Festival!

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"From On High" will have its South American premiere with Censurados Film Festival in Lima, Peru from April 21-May 27, 2018. It plays the University of Lima on April 25th and Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas on May 9th. "From On High" is about a Syrian refugee girl who finds a better life in Europe. It just won MEJOR CORTO/CATEGORIA EUROPEA at the Muestra International de Cortos de Solidario y Sensibilizacion, put on by ONG Mision Humanitaria in Ciudad Real, Spain. The film was shot...

"Games People Play" to have South American premiere at FENACO Peru

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Breaking news from Peru! Ron de Cana Productions' "Games People Play" will also play the FENACO International Film Festival in Cusco, Peru November 12-15, 2014. Earlier, it had been announced that Ron de Cana's "The Martini Effect" would be presented in this year's international competition. With two films vying for prizes, director/producer/writer Dawn Westlake will be in attendance at the festival. "Games People Play" was shot on the Canon C500 by Jon...

"The Martini Effect" at FENACO Peru; Director Dawn Westlake to attend!

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"The Martini Effect" has been selected to compete in the international program of the 2014 Fenaco Peru Film Festival held in Cuzco, from November 12-15, 2014. Director/producer/writer Dawn Westlake will be in attendance. The film was shot on the Canon C300 by Brandon Bondehagen in Los Angeles and Malibu. Underwater photography in Barbados was provided by Secci Films. "The Martini Effect" was scored on the guitarviol by Gregory Johnson of Acoustic Labs. For more info on the f...

"Found Objects" to play Peru!

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More good news from South America for Ron de Cana Productions' "Found Objects", directed by Dawn Westlake! The film will play El Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes (FENACO) in Cusco, Peru November 13-16, 2013. This is the 13th festival acceptance for "Found Objects". The film was shot by Brandon Bondehagen on Canon's C300. It was scored by Gregory Johnson of Acoustic Labs. For more info on the film and to see a trailer, please visit: http://www.dawnwestlake.com/...

"Covariance" Accepted to Fest #5!

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"Covariance" will play in the Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes de Cusco on November 19th, 2011 in Sala Banderas in the Palacio Municipal of Cusco. The film was written, produced and directed by Dawn Westlake. Westlake's 2010 film "A.L.I.C.E." was also accepted to the festival and will screen there on November 17th. For more info on "Covariance" and to see a trailer, please visit: http://www.dawnwestlake.com/dawnwestlake/rondecana/films/covariance/index...

Festival #30 for "A.L.I.C.E."!

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"A.L.I.C.E." has been accepted to its 30th film festival! The film will play the 8th annual Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes Cusco in Peru between November 17-19, 2011. The film is represented by Ouat Media of Canada for international broadcast sales. Please contact fred.joubaud@ouatmedia.com for more info.  For more information and to view a trailer, please visit: http://www.dawnwestlake.com/dawnwestlake/rondecana/films/alice/index.html ...

REHENES / HOSTAGES

Director: BRUNO ORTIZ LEON.
"HOSTAGES" IS THE HISTORY OF THE DIRECTOR OF THEATRE WHO MEETS INVOLVED IN THE EVENTS OF THE CAPTURE AND RESCUE OF THE RESIDENCE OF THE AMBASSADOR OF JAPAN IN PERU, A POLITICAL LOBBIE DURING THE GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTO FUJIMORI (1996 - ' 97). At the cost of THE LIFE GIVE 72 HOSTAGES IN A COMPASS OF WAIT GIVE 122 DAYS. SINOPSIS: Breve sinopsis de la película Rehenes (Toma de la residencia del embajador japones, Lima-Perú 1996-´97, durante el gobierno de Alberto Fujimori). Una de las embajadas más protegidas del cuerpo diplomático de Lima Perú durante el gobierno de Alberto Fujimori, es tomada por un grupo subversivo al que se había dado por extinguido. Situación gravísima para el país, que indudablemente el poder ejecutivo no dejaría pasar sin beneficiarse políticamente. Resulta asombroso que después de tantos años de violencia terrorista en el Perú, no existiera un dispositivo de estado que hubiera permitido reaccionar rápida y ordenadamente a las fuerzas de seguridad del país. Por ello Rehenes llevado a la pantalla grande por una reciente cinematografía peruana contrasta quizá con éste, uno de los sucesos mas trascendentes de las últimas décadas que se haya dado en nuestra convulsionada Latinoamérica. Un traumático compás de espera de 122 días, para socavar el subsuelo y penetrar a la residencia del embajador nipón se convierte en pretexto para que el gobierno central se auto confiera facultades extraordinarias. Una incursión perpetrada por el Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru MRTA, previa a las fiestas navideñas de 1996 el operativo de rescate a los rehenes encabezado por un servicio de inteligencia poco transparente a los 122 días de cautiverio son recreados por la ficción cinematográfica de Rehenes donde Mario miranda un joven audaz y transgresor periodista, intenta varias veces tener tribuna en distintos medios de comunicación sin éxito alguno, debido a que todo el país estaba parametrado. Nuestro Protagonista Mario Miranda quien también es director de teatro, prepara una obra sobre la toma de la embajada, pretendiendo revelar algo que va a remover el escenario social de su momento; los entretelones de un lobbie político a costa de la vida de 72 secuestrados, así como la transacción con la dictadura y la corrupción gubernamental por parte de varios de los subversivos del movimiento revolucionario. Mario aunque tiene sueños y pesadillas recurrentes, donde ve cadáveres, balaceras y fosas siente sin embargo que aún le falta un ingrediente para que su historia camine. Por otro lado, aparece lucía una joven y guapa actriz quien se une al elenco teatral para interpretar el papel de la camarada lucero impregnándole a sus actuaciones un fervor revolucionario que va mas allá del libreto teatral. Mario aclara que la obra no es un panfleto en favor de los subversivos. Todo ello ocurre en esta nuestra Lima: una franja gris de víctimas y agresores, que colisionarán en 90 minutos de ficción. ¡Ahh! pero lo que Mario no imagina es que a partir de este momento su vida va a verse seriamente amenazada. Bruno Ortiz León

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