Feature film written by María Rama
Winner Script development Fund ICAU 2018
Winner Feature development Fund ICAU 2019
Selected Puentes/EAVE Producer´s workshop 2018
Laura is a broken woman, obsessed with the death of her lover, Gabriela. When Gabriela’s homophobic father, Luis, needs help recovering from a surgery in the sleepy town of Pan de Azucar, Laura becomes his unlikely caretaker. Forced to live together, Laura and Luis are faced with the truth about Gabriela’s death, which is also the truth about their lives.
The Forbidden Voyage
Feature documentary developed in coproduction with IMAGINADA FILMS (Argentina)
Director: David Rubio
“If you return home, you´re a dead man,” someone told him. Aristides escaped from Argentina to Ecuador, where he became the “playwright of exile.” 50 years later, he makes the opposite voyage. His dramatic texts metaphorize the landscape, as we try to understand how Latin America has changed since the 70s.
PRODUCTION: Ecuador, Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Chile
Born in Quito in 1979, Rubio is based in BA since 2007, where he founded IMAGINADAfilms.
He studied Film at the EICTV (Cuba) and specialized in cinematography in Argentina. His past film instructors include Emir Kusturica, Sandy Lieberson, Patricia Canino, Lord David Puttman, Patricio Guzmán, Marta Andreu, and Marcel Lozinski.
Note: All films directed by David Rubio unless otherwise specified
“The Torres Brothers and the magical seed bombs”
ARTE FRANCE Most Creative Doc Award Winner at DOC BsAs.
2014 “Dancing with Maria”
Directed by Ivan Gergolet
EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS BEST DOC NOMINEE. Premiered at the
29th International Venice festival,
Opening film at Cairo Film Festival.
David Rubio´s role: CAMERA/ COPRODUCER
2013 “13 doors” HD 75min
GRAND PRIX Saratov Film Festival
UNASUR: Best Documentary, Audience Award
BAFICI Official Competition and Human Rights Competition.
2015 “Argentina también es Afro”
TV Documentary Series for Argentina’s national TV station, Canal
2009 “Defensa 1464” HD 70min
Camera Diversa Award at the Santiago de Cuba film festival
HAVANA FILM FEST OFFICIAL COMPETITION
Selected by the United Nations to celebrate the
International Day Against Racial Discrimination
2007 “Lo que se ve” HD 28min
Creative Documentary about the work of photographer