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|Directed by||Juan Zapata|
|Music by||Jon Kahn|
|Edited by||Lisi Kieling & Onon|
Zapata Filmes Ltda
|Distributed by||Latinopolis Films|
|Country||Brazil & Colombia|
Another Forever is a 2016 Brazilian drama film directed by Juan Zapata, co–written by Juan Zapata and Daniela Escobar, and starring Daniela Escobar, Marlon Moreno, Peter Ketnath and Barbara Scolaro in lead roles. Originally titled Butterflies, the name was officially changed to Another Forever in May, 2016. The film is about a grieving woman who makes a spontaneous trip abroad to visit a friend and get her life back on track. It was filmed in Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Brazil and the United States and was a co-production between Zapata Filmes (Brazil) and Ley em Movimiento (Colombia).
Plot[edit | edit source]
Alice's life has been filled both with great joy and bitter disappointment. She has persevered because of love. The love she shares with one man, a man that has made it all worthwhile, until the unthinkable happens. Completely shattered, Alice embarks on a journey to find herself, taking us from the depths of despair to the wonders of the world, reclaiming her life and rediscovering her soul.
Production[edit | edit source]
This project came to life after an exchange of ideas between the protagonist Daniela Escobar and director Juan Zapata at the Gramado Film Festival, both felt it was important to portray a woman’s point of view when dealing with the challenge of moving on after a devastating loss. They then teamed up with colombian actor Marlon Moreno. It is a Fictional Drama with a Documentary-esque feel. This hybrid-style of shooting was previously used in the director´s last feature film, Simone (2013 film). Cinematographer Pablo Chasseraux who also worked on Simone joined the team as well.
Another Forever is a co-production between Zapata Films Ltda. (Brazil) and Ley en Movimiento (Colombia). Filmed in cities the cities of Los Angeles, Amsterdam, Rio de Janeiro, Salzburg and Munich.
Distribution[edit | edit source]
Another Forever was first Distributed in Ecuador in December 2016. Followed by Brazil in March 2017 in the City of Porto Alegre at Cinemateca Paulo Amorim in Casa de Cultura Mario Quintana. It was released on NETFLIX on March 21st and is now available for streaming in over 227 countries. It Theatrical release in Colombia and Germany are scheduled for May 11th.
Another Forever has been available on NETFLIX Worldwide since March 21st and is now available in over 227 Countries.
Awards[edit | edit source]
- Won: Best Foreign Feature - August 2016
- Selection: Guadalajara Goes to Cannes (Work in Progress Screening) at K on Tuesday May 17th 2016</ref>.<ref>"Cannes - Screening Guide - Day 7 Tuesday May 17th, 2016". The Business of Film Daily. The Business of Film™ and Elspeth Tavares. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
- Won: Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor – Robin Williams
Soundtrack[edit | edit source]
External Links[edit | edit source]
- Another Forever Official Website
- Another Forever Official Trailer at YouTube.com
- Another Forever at Internet Movie Database
References[edit | edit source]
- "Juan Zapata dirige Daniela Escobar no internacional e ainda inédito Butterflies". Papo de Cinema (Brazil). Robledo Milani. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
- Hopewell, John (2015-08-13). "Zapata, Escobar, Moreno Team for 'Butterflies' (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety Media LLC, Variety Magazine. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
- ""Para Siempre" Estreno Internacional". OchoyMedio: Más álla del Mall. OchoyMedio. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
- "Juan Zapata prepara lançamento do filme "Another Forever"". Art & Agenda - Cinema. Nov 28, 2016. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
- "August 2016 Winners". Los Angeles Independent Film Festival. LAIFF Awards. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
- Hopewell, John (2016-04-26). "Vincent Cassel's 'Movie Life,' 'Attitude Test,' 'Butterflies' Make Guadalajara Goes to Cannes Cut". Variety Media LLC, Variety Magazine. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
- "FICG ANUNCIA GUADALAJARA GOES TO CANNES". FICG - Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajara. PFICG. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
- "GUADALAJARA GOES TO CANNES". CINANDO. Cinando(2017).com. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
- "Guadalajara Goes to Cannes". Screen International (SCREEN at Cannes Film Festival 2016 – Day 7): Page 28. May 17, 2016.
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