Coruya Cine Boards Amazonian Noir ‘The Sugar Girl,’ Readies ‘Legions’ For Fantasia







Argentine creation organization Coruya Cine (“Nocturna: Side A”), drove by Javier Díaz, has endorsed on to co-produce “The Sugar Girl,” (“La Niña Del Azúcar”) close by Peru’s AV Films (“Juego Siniestro”). The venture, shooting in the remote and rambling city of Iquitos, will use an Amazonian cine noir stylish to consolidate the dramatic and powerful parts of four equal stories.








“The Sugar Girl” essayist chief Javier Velásquez Varela will lead a blend of Peruvian and Argentine gifts as they unwind the puzzling realities encompassing a missing lady in the midst of otherworldly happenings that touch on neighborhood supernatural quality in a city desolated by the mayhem of criminal dread.

Recently pitched at the Sanfic Morbido Lab, the film joined five different tasks before a jury that included praised Spanish repulsiveness legend Paco Plaza.







“Armies” Heads to Fantasia

Further solidifying South American sort film’s position in the worldwide market, Díaz is seeing another Coruya creation, Fabián Forte’s (“Mala Carne”) “Armies” (“Cosa e Mandinga”) set out toward Montreal’s Fantasia Festival.

Guido Rud’s FilmSharks has dipped in on deals privileges, expecting high market revenue after its forthcoming North American presentation.

The film, which draws upon tribal legend, confidence in legacy, and muddled familial elements, follows hero Antonio Poyju (Germán de Silva) as he relates his phenomenal past as a shaman to individual occupants of a psychological facility.




Could you at any point address making kind movies in Argentina, the upsides and downsides?

Argentine class film is becoming extensively because of the ability of its makers and their capacity to adjust, more than to the financial plan of the movies. We’re making projects that are contending in huge worldwide thriller celebrations notwithstanding low spending plans and enormous monetary issues. Our nation is in emergency and it influences culture impressively. We want co-creations to have the option to do recording.




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