Cristina Kotz Cornejo's "3 Americas" premiered at Woodstock Film Festival
Wild Wimmin Films is pleased to announce that 3 Américas
the feature film debut of Cristina Kotz Cornejo had its World Premiere at the Woodstock Film Festival on October 11-14.
3 Américas was developed in the NALIP 2004 Latino Writers Lab with mentor Alfredo DeVilla and participated in the NALIP 2005 Sundance Development Program.
Here is what one reviewer said about the film (excerpt from a longer review at www.aivf.org):
An Upstate State of Mind
Day One at the Woodstock Film Festival, by Sarah Coleman
"The film is beautifully shot, and the screenplay is a marvel of minimalism in which every word matters. As América, newcomer Kristen Gonzalez gives an utterly compelling performance, her smoldering temper perfectly offset by the bone-weariness portrayed by veteran Argentinian actress Ana Maria Colombo. If the story has a somewhat predictable arc – two prickly, difficult women gradually come to care for each other – it's handled gracefully and with infinite subtlety. Kotz Cornejo based some of the narrative on her own experiences as a teen, and in the post-screening Q&A she described how she had to resist a producer who "wanted me to change the script to include tango, because I didn't want to be that clichéd." Luckily, she succeeded: the film is a cliché-free zone, and a richly nuanced character study."
For more information on the film visit www.3americasmovie.com.
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