Mexican cinema continues winning strike

Sundance Film Festival awards best screenwriting to Julio Chavezmontes and Sebastián Hofmann for "Tiempo Compartido" (2018)
Poster of "Tiempo Compartido" a film directed by Sebastián Hofmann with a script by Julio Chavezmontes- Photo taken from: @jchavezmontes twitter account
30/01/2018
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2018 Sundance Film Festival Awards featured a Mexican film among its victors.

The film Tiempo Compartido (2018) -Time Share- directed by Sebastián Hofmann (Halley, Eco de la montaña) with a script by Julio Chavezmontes (Opus Cero, Halley) was awarded the World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Screenwriting during the ceremony held at Basin Recreation Fieldhouse in Park City, Utah.

The film is currently being exhibited at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.
Tiempo Compartido (Time Share, 2018) received funding from the Mexican Institute of Cinematography (IMCINE) via Eficine 189 Productions, while Sundance acknowledgement has been celebrated in social media by Mexico Minister of Culture and IMCINE.

"The film "Tiempo Compartido" (Time Share) by filmmakers Julio Chavezmontes and Sebastián Hofmann, was awarded best World Cinema Screenwriting at @sundancefest.
The film was funded via #Eficine 189. ¡Congratulations!" tweeted Mexico Minister of Culture María Cristina García Cepeda.
 

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