Noche Herida [Documentary]
March 24, 2017
6:15 pm
New York City
Village East Cinema
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SCREENINGS


Friday, March 24, 2017 – 6:15 PM

ABOUT


COUNTRY COLOMBIA
YEAR 2015
DURATION 87 min
LANGUAGE Spanish (english subtitles)
SYNOPSIS Blanca and her three grandsons flee to a shelter on the Bogota border after being displaced from the countryside due to violence. Didier, the elder of the three boys, drifts off towards an uncertain future. From a distance, with the help of the blessed souls, Blanca fights to protect him while watching over the two younger boys, John and Camilo whom she fears will also stray. This is the story of a grandmother fighting for the future of her family: an age-old tale in a contemporary context.
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SOCIAL MEDIA  https://www.facebook.com/nocheherida

CAST & CREDITS


DIRECTOR Nicolas Rincón Gille
SCRIPT Nicolas Rincón Gille
PRODUCER Manuel Ruiz – Manon Coubia
EDITOR Cédric Zoenen
CINEMATOGRAPHER Nicolas Rincón Gille
CAST Blanca Rodriguez

DIRECTOR’S BIO 


Nicolás Rincón Gille (Bogotá, 1973) studied film at lNSAS in Brussels, where he graduated with a degree in cinematography.  His trilogy Campo Hablado,  which received a host of international awards,  began with the film En lo escondido (2007), followed by Los Abrazos del río (2010) and Noche Herida (2015). This last film obtained the award for Best Colombian Film at FICCI 2016.
His next film Tantas almas, currently in preproduction, won the fund FDC 2016 for film production, and participated at the  Co-Production Forum of the San Sebastián Film Festival (2015) and at L’Atelier of Cannes (2016).