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Mexico’s Sin Sitio Cine Joins Brazil’s Desvia Produções, Canada’s Notable Content on ‘Chin-Gone’ (Exclusive)

Mexico’s Sin Sitio Cine Joins Brazil’s Desvia Produções, Canada’s Notable Content on ‘Chin-Gone’ (Exclusive)

Mexico’s Sin Sitio Cine is joining forces with Brazilian company Desvia Produções and Canada’s Notable Content to co-produce Johnny Ma’s project “Chin-Gone.”

A major up and coming Chinese-Canadian helmer, Ma’s directorial debut, “Old Stone,” world-premiered at the 2016 Berlin Film Festival and won the Canadian First Feature Award at the Toronto Film Festival. His most recent film, 2019’s Chinese drama “To Live to Sing,” played at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight.

The project “Chin-Gone” will be pitched on Monday Sept. 20 at the San Sebastian Festival’s 10th Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum.

The Mexican producer is Bruna Haddad at Sin Sitio Cine, a young company whose latest film “Dos Estaciones,” directed by Juan Pablo González, plays at the San Sebastian Wip Latam pix in post sidebar this year.

Ricardo Lovera (“Homemade”) and Ma both play acting roles in the film, which is scheduled to shoot in San Sebastián del Oeste,

See full article on Variety