Director: Lukas Valenta Rinner
Austria – Argentina – Uruguay 2015, 75 min.
Language: Spanish with German subtitles.
29th August 2017 at 8 pm @Il Kino
Hernán, a middle-aged geologist working at a public investigation center, arrives with a group of strangers to an isolated hotel resort in the Delta area of Tigre, a labyrinth of small islands surrounded by streams and rivers. Amongst housewives and professionals, Hernán is part of a middle-class community that has left their comfortable lives of suburban Buenos Aires. Together, they train, following strict guidelines for what seems to be the impending arrival of the end of the world.
Co-production: Universidad del Cine, 2MCine, CATNAP, La Pobladora Cine
Executive Producers: Lukas Valenta Rinner, Ana Godoy
Cast: Pablo Seijo, Eva Bianco, Martin Shanly
Screenplay: Lukas Valenta Rinner, Ana Godoy, Esteban Prado
Cinematography: Roman Kasseroller
Editor: Ana Godoy, Javier Favot
Sound design: Nahuel Palenque
Music: Dino Spillutini
Art Director: Valentina Dariomerlo
Sound: Nahuel Palenque
|Born in Salzburg, Austria (*1985), Lukas Valenta Rinner studies Film in Barcelona (ECIB) and Buenos Aires (Universidad del Cine). In 2010 his short film A Letter to Fukuyama screens at Bafici and Diagonale. His first feature film, Parabellum (2015), is screened in more that 30 International Film Festivals and received prizes at the Diagonale (Best 1rst Feature Film), Jeonjou IFF (Jury Prize) and Mar del Plata IFF (Best Film, Panorama Argentina). He is founder of the independent production company Nabis Filmgroup, with branches in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Salzburg, Austria. He is participant of the 2013 Berlinale Talent Campus.|