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FEATURE, PANAMA/ECUADOR, 2012, DIR. JUAN SEBASTIÁN JÁCOME, 80 MIN, SPANISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES

Tito is an introverted albino who must suddenly and against his will travel from his native Panama to Costa Rica to take care of his father Cesar, who has fallen ill. They have a difficult relationship, barely know each other.

Tito’s only wish is to get back to Panama to compete in a bowling tournament, but Cesar has different plans for him. Lost in his glory years as a “boxing trainer of champions” and in denial about the seriousness of his condition, Cesar defies his doctor’s orders and insists upon a road trip back to Panama.  Exasperated, Tito agrees, and the two embark upon the marathon drive.

Playful and at times poignant, this is one road trip you won’t want to miss.

Screens with: Spoiler, Brazil, Dir. Andre Dib

Juan Sebastian JacomeJuan Sebastián Jácome (director) graduated with an BFA in film by Florida State University. He studied actors’ direction with Judith Weston. His short film Truck (Camión de Carga) in 2006 won the Audience Award at the 2007 Festival of Cinema Zero Latitude and participated in dozen of festivals, such as the Film Festival Valdivia. His scripts and features have been awarded in different competitions, as the American ZoeTrope judged by Francis Ford Coppola.

Rout of the Moon was internationally debuted at the renowned Montreal World Film Festival and has been selected in several festivals, such as the 34th New Latin American Film Festival (Habana Festival).

After being officially selected in film festivals in Panama, Canada, Cuba, Ecuador, Chile, and Spain in 2012; Route of the Moon in 2013 has secured its selection at various international film festivals in the USA, Czech Republic, Italy, and Colombia.

Part of the Prague International Film Festival 2013 selection, Sarasota Film Festival, 23rd African Asian and Latin American Film Festival Milano, Cinequest, Cleveland International Film Festival, San Diego Latino Film Festival, Chicago Latino Film Festival, Barranquilla International Film Festival (Colombia).

 

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