El Paseo 5 [Fiction]

March 5, 2019
6:05 pm
New York City
Cinepolis Chelsea Auditorium 7
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Friday, March 29, 2019 – 6:30 PM
Saturday, March 30, 2019 – 7:00 PM
Sunday, March 31, 2019 – 12:30 PM
Sunday, March 31, 2019 – 7:15 PM

ABOUT


COUNTRY COLOMBIA
YEAR 2019
DURATION 86 min
LANGUAGE Spanish
SYNOPSIS A group of employees of the Central Workers Bank, on any given day become the heroes who avoided a robbery at the bank. Their reward: a trip to Melgar with all expenses paid. On this trip, these employees will learn that all offices in the world are similar, they are not families, but almost are. They are groups of people fighting together to survive, with all the good and bad that this means. They will learn about tolerance, forgiveness and forgetfulness, friendship and, above all, being part of something… and that, that is also called happiness.
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CAST & CREDITS


DIRECTORS
Mario Ribero
SCRIPT
Dario Armando Garcia
PRODUCER
Dago Garcia Producciones
EDITOR
Carolina Silva, Dago Garcia
CINEMATOGRAPHER
Diego Jimenez
CAST
Adriana Ricardo, Waldo Urrego, José Daniel Cristancho, Gill González, Ricardo Mejía, John Alex Castillo, Alma Rodríguez, Catalina Londoño, Paola Moreno, María Irene Toro

DIRECTOR’S BIO 


Mario Ribero Ferreira is one of the most recognized film and television directors in Colombia. He was born in Confines, Santander, in 1948 and when he was 13 years old began his career as an actor and theater director. Thanks to a scholarship managed through the Russian Embassy, ​​he was allowed to study Fiction Film Direction for 5 years at the Moscow Film Institute with the Russian maestro Ferguei Gerasimov. Then he made a specialization in Photography, Documentary and Screenwriting for 3 years. His thesis was a 20-minute medium-length film, based on the story by Gabriel García Márquez, “In this town there are no thieves.” After his studies in Russia, he worked as assistant director of the films Cóndores do not bury every day of Francisco Norden and Sergio Cabrera’s duel techniques. In 1986 he made his debut feature “The Ambassador of India”, which became a box office success. He directed the series La Posada (1990 – 1991). This was followed by Secret Flight (1993 – 1998), the son of Nadia (1995 – 1996), I am Betty, the ugly (1999 – 2001) for which he won many national and international awards.