During its first year Cutun was a free film festival that featured a short film program. There are three categories in the festival, the adult category, another exclusive category for women filmmakers and another for schoolchildren. There will be a small selection of feature films that will be screened at this year’s festival, for dissemination and critical analysis purposes. The following films have been invited to this year’s edition.
Bella (2021) by Laura Dariomerlo (Argentina)
Arralhue (2018) by Pablo Villagra (Chile)
Hidden in the forest (2012) dir Patricio Valladares (Chile)
El Psicopata, chronicle of an unsolved case (documentary) dir Estefani Céspedes (Costa Rica)
The death of the dead man (2015) dir Eva Castro (Chile)
As I said earlier, the jury has already been chosen. My friend Paulette will be joined by actress and producer Carol Campos (La Casa) and filmmaker Mijael Milies (Don’t Talk, Road to the Cemetery).
The second edition of Cutun will take place on August 21 and 22. Due to the current global health crisis, this year’s edition will be held online. Too bad, I’ve heard there’s nothing like having a film festival near the beach surrounded by beautiful neocolonial architecture.
ScreenAnarchy – CUTUN 2021: Chilean Short Film Genre Festival Heads Into Second Year This August
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June 10, 2021