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10 Spanish Projects Pitch at Cannes’ Marché du Film

10 Spanish Projects Pitch at Cannes’ Marché du Film

Backed by the Spanish Ministry of Culture and the Spanish Institute of Cinematography and the Audiovisual Arts (Icaa), 10 promising Spanish projects participated in a marathon day of speed meetings through the day on Thursday at Cannes’ Marché du Film.

Below, summaries of the hopeful projects:

“A Thousand Lives,” (Marina Seresesky)

Meridional Producciones and Wandermoon Finance partner on Goya-nominated filmmaker Marina Seresesky’s latest psychological drama “A Thousand Lives.” Four years after her son disappeared, Sofia sees a news report about a four-year-old boy halfway around the world who claims to remember a past life. The distressed mother travels to Latin America to find the child, sure that this child is her own son reincarnated. There, she earns the boy’s trust and his family’s misgivings. Colombian-Spanish actress Juana Acosta is attached.

“The Daughter of the Volcano,” (Jenifer de la Rosa)

A co-production involving Spain’s Mayeutica Producciones, Icónica Producciones

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