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Tomas LEYERS
MINDS MEET - BELGIUM
http://www.mindsmeet.be

Brussels-based, young independent production company set up by the producer Tomas Leyers and the director Caroline Strubbe. MINDS MEET is specializing in the creation and production of artistic European cinema like Lost Persons Area by Caroline Strubbe and Little Baby Jesus of Flandr by Gust Van Den Berghe.
The company explores on years of experience in emotion development, artistic story-writing and overall imaginative production. The team seeks out the best emerging and established talents and bring them together to craft dynamic, unique creations with singular voices. Production is for them a way to meet great minds.

 

Florencia LARREA and Daniel DÁVILA
KINÉ IMÁGENES - CHILE
http://vimeo.com/kine

Kiné Imágenes is a digital cinema platform for creation and services, specializing in image, from preproduction to exhibition. We develop close relationships with filmmakers and their projects, including creative contribution and optimal technical execution, understanding that today, images are the result of a joint effort between photography and postproduction. We search for state-of- the-art technological solutions at the international level, to the highest quality standards, implementing them in national and regional situations.

 

Andrés VARELA
EFECTO CINE - URUGUAY
http://www.efectocine.com

First professional platform of itinerant cinema in Uruguay, which has been working for the past four years and has attracted more than 400 thousand spectators, in more than 500 screenings of all that country, including other countries in the region, such as Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Paraguay.

 

Marie CHÈVRE
ARCALT - FRANCE
http://www.cinelatino.com.fr

The Association of Rencontres Cinemas d’Amérique Latine (ARCALT) in Toulouse have offered for 20 years the largest panorama of Latin-American movies in Europe (200 Latin-American movies). One of its objective is to promote the (commercial and non commercial) distribution and circulation of the selected movies in Europe. In addition, in 2001, the Festival created Cine en Construction in partnership with the San Sebastian Film Festival to support the Latin-American movies which have some financial problems at the postproduction phase.