The CINECO/PLUS platform has been on the air for three weeks and has more than 20 titles, for all audiences, that is, you can find the best of independent, national and international cinema, premiered at major festivals and Cine Colombia theaters, and also with the particularity of offering alternative content with a selection of titles dedicated to the great exhibitions of the masters of art history.
“One of the biggest challenges I have is to get Cine Colombia back to where it was before this unexpected and surprising crisis. With the magnificent human team that accompanies me, we are committed to this challenge. I am sure we will achieve it”, said Munir Falah, president and CEO of Cine Colombia.
In the Exclusive/PLUS section you can find five documentaries that tell about Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Rafael Sanzio, Sandro Botticelli and the recently added life and art of Klimt & Schiele, two great artists who portrayed love, eroticism and unconscious.
Also, in Chinese/PLUS there is animated content like “oops! The Ark Left Us” for the youngest, even the action of “Revenge” by Liam Neeson, and going through Colombian classics such as “Dreaming costs nothing. These movies will be activated this June 18th. It is noteworthy that CINECO/PLUS is a catalog space with the premieres.
Other new titles you can find this week are:
Attack in Paris
Starring Idris Elba (Thor, Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw) and Richard Madden (game of Thrones). Everything revolves around a very unlikely couple, made up of a CIA agent and a petty thief. Both are the only hope to stop a terrible terrorist plot. Directed by James Watkins, recognized for the horror film “The Woman in Black” (2012), successful at the box office worldwide, and for “Eden Lake” (2008).
French comedy based on the incredible story of Philippe Pozzo di Borgo and his friendship with his caregiver Abdel Yasmin Sellou, who became his sidekick and savior after becoming a quadriplegic in 1993. This film is one of the great independent comedies of our time, it managed to give him went around the world and grossed almost $500 million dollars in theaters. In France, it broke all records, with a box office rate of return of 602%, far more than “Welcome home to the Ch’tis”, the highest grossing film in that country.
Louis and the Aliens
Written and directed by the brothers Wolfgang and Christoph Lauenstein, winners of an Oscar for Best Animated Short Film for “Balance”, in 1990. This animation carries a message about the value of friendship and the importance of the relationship between parents and children. At a time when the family is closer than ever and under one roof, it is an ideal opportunity to remember the value of being together, despite our differences.
From the director Franco Lolli and who opened the Critics’ Week at Cannes in 2019. “Litigant” tells the story of Silvia, a single mother and lawyer, who is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. She must divide her time between caring for her young son, accompanying her sick mother, and defending herself against an accusation of corruption. And just then, when she least expects it, love knocks on her door.
It is starred by an unusual cast: the writer and teacher Carolina Sanín, in the role of Silvia; Leticia Gómez, who is the mother of Franco Lolli, plays the role of Silvia’s mother; while film director Vladimir Durán and art curator Alejandra Sarria have key roles in this feature film.
All of these productions are available at a cost between $8,000 and $15,000 per title, with rental or purchase models. A selection that allows you to explore other perspectives in the world of entertainment, especially for these bank holiday weekends in June.
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