Venice Horizons-Bound ‘El Gran Movimiento’ Acquired by Best Friend Forever (Exclusive)

Venice Horizons-Bound ‘El Gran Movimiento’ Acquired by Best Friend Forever (Exclusive)
Brussels-based company Best Friend Forever has acquired Bolivian director Kiro Russo’s “El Gran Movimiento” which will world premiere at Venice in the Horizons section.

“El Gran Movimiento” marks Russo’s follow up to his 2016 feature debut “Dark Skull” which won a prize at Locarno and played at San Sebastian, among other festivals. “Dark Skull” went on to represent Bolivia in the Oscar race.

Set in contemporary Bolivia, the movie follows Elder and his companions who arrive in La Paz after a seven-day walk and seeks to be reinstated in his work at the mine. Once in the city, Elder gets a job but his health starts to deteriorate. An elderly woman known as Mama Pancha connects him to Max, a witch doctor, hermit, and clown, who will try to bring the young man back to life.

The movie is produced by Russo and Pablo Paniagua at Socavón and Alexa Rivero
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