Filmmaker Round Table: June 4
June 4, 2017
Filmmakers Rodrigo Grande (At the End of the Tunnel), Everardo González (Devil's Freedom), Jorge Riquelme Serrano (Chameleon), and Jose Maria Cabral (Woodpeckers) explore their craft in a moderated conversation.
Moderator: Hebe Tabachnik (SIFF Programmer)
Panelists: Rodrigo Grande (At the End of the Tunnel), Everardo González (Devil's Freedom), Jorge Riquelme Serrano (Chameleon), and Jose Maria Cabral (Woodpeckers)
Sunday, June 4, 2017
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Rodrigo Grande is an Argentinian director known for his 2001 film Gangs From Rosario and his television miniseries "Los Cuentos de Fontanarrosa." As well as directing, Grande has experience as a producer, editor, and visual effects artist.
Everardo González started as a cinematographer in the 1990s with short films such as "Nina... Canica" (1995) and "Ella Duerme" (1998). He has gone on to direct documentaries such as Drought (2011) and El Paso (2016).
Born in Santo Domingo, Jose Maria Cabral is a Dominican film director, screenwriter, and producer. Cabral started making films when he was 16 years old, hosting private screenings of short films to family and friends in local movie theaters; one of them,"Excexos", received national distribution in 2008. In 2015 he released Detective Willy, a comedy adventure film. Cabral is currently promoting his new feature drama Carpinteros shot in Najayo and La Victoria prison from the Dominican Republic.
- Running Time: 60 minutes