Light Years

YEAR: 2017 • COUNTRIES: ARGENTINA, BRAZIL, SPAIN, FRANCE, MEXICO, USA, THE NETHERLANDS, PORTUGAL • RUNNING TIME: 72 MIN • CATEGORY: FICTION • GENRE: DRAMA • LANGUAGES(S): SPANISH, PORTUGUESE

Director

Manuel Abramovich

Cast

Lucrecia Martel, Daniel Gimenez Cacho, Lola Dueñas, Gustavo Bohm, Juan Minujín, Daniel Veronese, Marcelo Sein, Rafael Spregelburd, Matheus Nachtergaele, Nanego Lira, Evandro Melo

 

Screenwriter(s)

Manuel Abramovich

Producer(s)

Benjamin Domenech, Santiago Gallelli, Matías Roveda, Manuel Abramovich, Lucrecia Martel, Vania Catani

Co-producer(s)

Pedro Almodóvar, Agustín Almodóvar, Esther García, Marie-Pierre Macia, Claire Gadéa, Juan Pablo Galli, Juan Vera, Alejandro Cacetta, Eva Eisenloeffel, Leontine Petit, Joost de Vries, Michel Merkt, Luís Urbano, Georges Schoucair, Joslyn Barnes, Danny Glover, Susan Rockefeller, Juan Perdomo, Natalia Meta.

Executive Producer(s)

Pablo Cruz, Gael García Bernal, Diego Luna, Angelisa Stein

Associate Producer(s)

Guillermo Kuitca, Juan Manuel Collado, Fabiana Tiscornia, Elvira González Fraga, Alejandro Musich, Gonzalo Rodríguez Bubis, Julia Solomonoff

Produced by

Rei Pictures, Bananeira Filmes

In co-production with

El Deseo, Patagonik, MPM Film, Canana, Lemming Film, KNM, O Som e a Fúria, Louverture Films, Schortcut Films, Telecine, Bertha Foundation, Perdomo Productions, Picnic Producciones, Punta Colorada de Cinema

International Sales

Rei Pictures

Synopsis

ZAMA (2017, Lucrecia Martel) didn’t come alone. It brought with her a shooting journal written by Selva Almada –El mono en el remolino– and this documentary by Manuel Abramovich, who, as a sound intruder, captured the meticulous work of the director from Salta and the warm, human, joyful precision.

Cinematographer

Manuel Abramovich

Editor

Iara Rodríguez Vilardebó

Sound Designer

Sofía Straface (ASA)

Mix

Leandro de Loredo (ASA)

Colorist

Delfina Mayer

Post Supervisor

Andrea Bendrich

Line Producer(s)

Javier Leoz, Eugenio Fernández Abril

 

With the support of

INCAA (Instituto Nacional de Cine y Artes Audiovisuales), ANCINE, FSA – Fundo Setorial de Audiovisual, BRDE, Protocolo de Cooperación ANCINE-INCAA, Mecenazgo Cultural – Buenos Aires Ciudad, Fundación Ernesto Sábato, EFICINE 189, ASUR, Netherlands Film Fund, Netherlands Film Production Incentive, Programa Ibermedia, ICAA – Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte, Aide aux Cinémas du Monde, CNC – Centre National du Cinéma et de l’Image Animée, Ministère des Affaires Etrangères et du Développement International – Institut Français, Musings, CBA Worldview and UNCUYO Mendoza, Ministerio de Cultura y Turismo de Salta, Instituto Cultural Provincia de Corrientes, Ministerio de Turismo Provincia de Corrientes, Alta Definición Argentina, Volkswagen, Cinemart, Berlinale Co-Production Market

And

América TAV, Estudio Piloto, Cine Chromatix

 

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