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Film Submissions: June 1 – July 1, 2020

WIP Latam runs on September 21, 22 and 23, on the same dates as WIP Europa and the IX Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum.

The San Sebastian Festival and Cinélatino, Rencontres de Toulouse created, in 2002, Films in Progress, a pioneer industry activity which has inspired similar formats at numerous international markets and festivals. It was born with the intention to back the production of Latin American cinema and to achieve the completion of films at the post-production stage.  

In the changing context of production and distribution in the audiovisual market, from this year on the San Sebastian Festival and Cinélatino, Rencontres de Tolouse will no longer jointly organise Films in Progress.

At the coming edition, the San Sebastian Festival will promote a new work in progress, WIP Latam, focussed on Latin American productions at the post-production stage and replacing Films in Progress after its 18 years in existence at the San Sebastian Festival. WIP Latam, together with WIP Europa (the new Glocal in Progress) and the Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum will lend strength to the Festival as a meeting point between both film industries.  

WIP Latam will screen 6 films and will continue to present the WIP Latam Industry Award given by the companies Ad Hoc Studios, Deluxe, Dolby, Laserfilm Cine y Vídeo, Nephilim Producciones, No Problem Sonido and Sherlock Films, consisting of the post-production of one of the films screened until obtaining a DCP with English subtitles, and its distribution in Spain. 

There will also be a new accolade, the EGEDA Platino Industria Award for the best WIP Latam, carrying EUR 30,000 gross, will be handed to the majority producer of the winning film, sponsored by EGEDA, the Audiovisual Producers' Rights Management Association.

Since the beginning, Films in Progress-San Sebastian has enjoyed the support of the Ibermedia Programme and of the companies participating in the Industry Award.

Datos | Cine en Construcción - San Sebastián (2012-2019):

  • 48 películas seleccionadas
  • 38 películas finalizadas
  • 29 seleccionadas en Festivales como Berlín, Cannes, Locarno, San Sebastián, Venecia, etc.
  • 20 películas premiadas

Casos de éxito | Cine en Construcción - San Sebastián (2012-2020):

  • SIN SEÑAS PARTICULARES / IDENTIFYNG FEATURES, Fernanda Valadez (ópera prima)| Premio al Mejor Guión del Jurado "World Cinema Dramatic Competition", Premio de la Audiencia – Festival de Cine de Sundance, 2020.
  • EL PRÍNCIPE / THE PRINCE, Sebastian Múñoz (ópera prima)| Premio "Queer Lion" – Semana de la Crítica - Festival de Venecia, 2019.
  • LOS TIBURONES / THE SHARKS, Lucía Garibaldi (ópera prima) | Premio a la Dirección "World Cinema Dramatic Competition" – Festival de Cine de Sundance, 2018.
  • LA FAMILIA SUMERGIDA / A FAMILY SUBMERGED, María Alché (ópera prima)| Cineasti del Presente – Festival de Cine de Locarno, 2018 -; Premio Horizontes – Festival de Cine de San Sebastián, 2018.
  • NIÑA ERRANTE / WANDERING GIRL, Rubén Mendoza | Gran Premio a la Mejor Película y Premio a la Mejor Música – Festival de Cine Black Nights (Tallin), 2018.
  • FERRUGEM / RUST, Aly Muritiba | "World Cinema Dramatic Competition" – Festival de Cine de Sundance IFF 2018;
  • AGOSTO / AUGUST, Armando Capó (ópera prima)| Discovery - Festival de Cine de Toronto, 2019 | Mejor Ópera Prima - Festival del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano de La Habana, 2019.
  • LA FAMILIA / THE FAMILY, Gustavo Rondón (ópera prima)| Semana de la Crítica - Festival Cannes, 2017; PRINCESITA, Marialy Rivas | Festival de Cine de Toronto, 2017.
  • AQUÍ NO HA PASADO NADA / MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, Alejandro Fernández Almendras | "World Cinema Dramatic Competition" – Festival de Cine de Sundance , 2016 |Panorama – Berlinale, 2016.
  • RARA, Pepa San Martín (ópera prima)| Premio Generation KPlus – Berlinale, 2016.
  • MI AMIGA DEL PARQUE, Ana Katz | Premio Especial del Jurado al Mejor Guión "World Cinema Dramatic Competition" –Festival de Cine de Sundance , 2016.
  • IXCANUL, Jayro Bustamante (ópera prima) | Oso de Plata Premio Alfred Bauer – Berlinale, 2015.
  • LA MUJER DE BARRO / THE MUD WOMAN, Sergio Castro (ópera prima) | Forum – Berlinale, 2015.
  • MATAR A UN HOMBRE / TO KILL A MAN, Alejandro Fernández Almendras | Gran Premio del Jurado – Festival de Cine de Sundance, 2014 | Premio de la Crítica de Cine y Premio Gran Pantalla – Festival de Cine de Rotterdam, 2014.
  • HISTORIA DEL MIEDO / HISTORY OF FEAR, Benjamin Naishtat (ópera prima)| Competición Oficial – Berlinale, 2014 | Premio Nuevos Directores – Festival de Cine de San Francisco, 2014.
  • GLORIA, Sebastián Lelio (ópera prima)| Premio a la Mejor Actriz – Berlinale, 2013.
  • TANTA AGUA / SO MUCH WATER, Ana Guevara, Leticia Jorge (ópera prima)| Panorama – Berlinale, 2013.

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