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BERLIN 2019 EFM

Berlinale Co-Production Market International Co-Production Case Study: Divine Love II

Industry Panel

BERLIN 2019: A closer look at Latin American-European co-production Divine Love, directed by Gabriel Mascaro, centre of a case study at the Berlinale Co-Production Market

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A closer look at Latin American-European co-production Divine Love [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
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by Gabriel Mascaro (Brazil/Denmark/Norway/Switzerland/Uruguay/France/Chile) which found partners at the Berlinale Co-Production Market in 2017 and celebrates its premiere at this year’s Panorama. How did the group of established producers get together and who provided which elements in order to bring the film to life? And aside from financing, how did they split the work and the creative participation while co-producing on two different continents? What were the advantages or obstacles in this co-creation?

Moderated by Amra Bakšić Čamo, the panel welcomed Rachel Ellis (Desvia, Brazil), Sandino Saravia Vinay (Malbicho Cine, Uruguay) Katrin Pors (Snowglobe Films, Denmark) and Augusto Matte (Jirafa, Chile).

(Watch the first part of the panel here.)

Cineuropa is proud to be media partner of the Berlinale Co-Production Market's Case Study: International Co-Production.

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