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BLUE FRONTIER
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2018
Peru
Jorge Carmona, Tito Köster
Miguel Ángel Moulet
Jorge Carmona
Ishmael Hope, Theresa Babcock, Aan Nugroho, Bayu Bayu, Kakiang Lingsin, Víctor Mtambanengue, Luc Kadima, Nicolas Arnold, Heimiri Tinirau
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Atka, a hunter who lives isolated from the world on the Arctic plain, struggles to keep Aga, his lifelong partner and terminal patient alive. According to an old Inuit legend, when people die one part of their souls returns to life in a newborn relative. Aga has no children of her own, nor relatives living nearby. Plunged into deep despair she makes a mystic journey, travelling through different people who are also closely related to the sea.
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Jorge Carmona
Director's biography:
He studied Photography Direction in Santiago de Chile at the International Cinema and TV School of San Antonio de los Baños.
He has developed several audiovisual projects, including as director and scriptwriter the documentary Q'eshwachaka, the Golden Bridge, awarded in several international festivals, directed the short films Jamás en Línea Recta and Home, also the feature films Condominio, La Gran Sangre, Av. Larco and Frontera Azul, movie not yet released.
He has produced and directed series for the main Peruvian television channels and is preparing his first international series called Clandestino.
He has also filmed video clips for national and international artists such as Calle 13 (Latin America).
As Advertising Film Director he has made more than 200 commercials, both for the national and international market.
Tito Köster
Director's biography:
He has been taking photographs, drawing and painting since childhood, which has been useful throughout his audiovisual career.
He studied Advertising Science at IPP, Plastic Arts at the School of Fine Arts Diego Quispe Tito in Cusco and then Set Design and Artistic Direction at the European Institute of Design in Madrid. His passion for movement led him to work with dance groups, animation and experimental cinema.
He has worked as planner, art director, director of advertising and cinema to date. He has been recognized with several important awards in advertising such as NY Festival, Clio, Cannes, London Festival, San Sebastian, One Show, London D&D, Andy Awards, Bola 8, Fiap, Ojo de Iberoamerica, silver Caracoal, etc.
Chosen several times as the best director of advertising film, he continues directing in Peru and abroad.
Frontera Azul (Blue Frontier) is his first feature film.