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San Cristobal
Directed by
Omar Zuniga Hidalgo

Chile / 2015 / 28:45

In Spanish with English subtitles

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Lucas is visiting his sister on a remote island in southern Chile before moving abroad. An unlikely romance grows when he meets Antonio, a struggling young fisherman. The intimacy they share makes them navigate towards a new horizon and to a different stage of their adulthood.
Omar Zuniga Hidalgo received his M.F.A. from New York University's Graduate Film Program in 2014. In 2012 he directed Academy Awards Nominee James Franco and Zach Braff in a part of The Color of Time, that had a theatrical release in the US in 2014. His last short film, San Cristabal, won the Teddy Award at the Berlinale 2015. He is now developing a feature based on this film. He is a founding partner of Cinestacion, a Santiago-based production company that makes highly creative auteur cinema from Chile and the region.
Cast/Featuring: Samuel Gonzalez, Antonio Altamirano
Producer(s): Amparo Aguirre, Ana Perera
Director(s): Omar Zuniga Hidalgo
Screenwriter(s): Omar Zuniga Hidalgo
Cinematographer(s): Nicolas Ibieta
Editor(s): Omar Zuniga Hidalgo
Production Designer(s): Nicolas Oyarce
Sound Designer(s): Roberto Espinoza
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