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Switzerland, Argentina, France
Alina Film was set up in 2008 at Geneva by Eugenia Mumenthaler and David Epiney. Their first feature film Back To Stay (2011) by Milagros Mumenthaler won the Pardo d’oro, the Pardo for best actress and FIPRESCI Prize at Locarno Film Festival. Their documentary The Laundry Room (2013), by Floriane Devigne and Fred Florey, won the Grand Prize SSR SRG at Visions du Réel and A German Youth (2015) by Jean-Gabriel Périot opened the Panorama competition at Berlinale. Recently Luis Lopez Carrasco’s The Year of the Discovery (2020) was presented at the Tiger Awards competition at the Rotterdam Festival and won the Grand Prix at Cinéma du Réel.
Founded by Violeta Bava and Rosa Martínez Rivero, in Buenos Aires. Among other titles, Ruda Cine has recently produced the film Too Late to Die Young (2018) by Dominga Sotomayor, Pardo for best director at the Locarno Film Festival, in co-production with RT Features (Brazil) and Cinestación (Chile), El auge del humano (2016), by Eduardo Williams, winner of the Pardo d’oro Cineasti del presente – Premio Nescens. Ruda Cine’s productions also includes the film Back To Stay (2011, Pardo d’oro at Locarno Film Festival), by Milagros Mumenthaler, Dos Disparos (2015, Locarno Film Festival) and Copacabana (2006, International Film Festival Rotterdam), by Martín Rejtman.
Local Films was founded by Nicolas Brevière in Paris. The company has produced around 80 films, which have been selected and screened in a large number of international film festivals around the world or aired in France and abroad. Recent examples include A German Youth (2015, Berlin, Panorama section) by Jean-Gabriel Périot, The Apostate (2015, San Sebastian and Toronto) by Federico Veiroj, Sweet Evil (2010) by Olivier Coussemacq, best actress award at International Film Festival Karlovy Vary.
Eugenia Mumenthaler, David Epiney