Tanta Agua (So Much Water)

by Ana Guevara & Leticia Jorge

Synopsis

What could be worse than being 14 and on vacation with your father? Taking your children on vacation under a never ending rain.

Since his divorce Alberto spends little time with Lucía and Federico. The three of them set off for the hot springs one stormy morning: it’s going to be a short vacation so they want to make the most of it. Always enthusiastic, Alberto does not want anything to ruin his plans. But the pools are closed until further notice and his children look at him with reproachful eyes so he flies off the handle. Soon, everyone gets oversensitive as the weather gets stickier.

Meanwhile, the rain keeps falling and the house Alberto rented seems to get smaller by the hour.

Specifications

Uruguay – 2013 – 102 min – HD – Color – 1:1.85 –  Dolby 5.1 – Spanish

Written by

Ana Guevara & Leticia Jorge

Produced by

Agustina Chiarino (Control Z Films)

Co-producers

BONITA FILMS (Mexico), TOPKAPI FILMS (The Netherlands), KOMPLIZEN FILM (Germany)

Featuring

Néstor Guzzini, Malù Chouza, Joaquin Castiglioni

Festivals and Awards

  • Berlinale – Panorama Official Section
  • Cartagena, Colombia – Competition – Fipresci Award
  • Miami, USA – Competition – Grand Prix – Knight Ibero-American Competition, Screenwriting Award
  • Guadalajara, Mexico – Competition- Best First Feature film
  • Punta del Este, Uruguay
  • Toulouse – CinéLatino, France – Competition
  • Cinemanovo Festival, Belgium
  • Bafici, Argentina – Competition
  • Panama – Competition
  • Jeonju, South Korea – World Cinema
  • Festival del Cinema Africano, d’Asia e America Latina – Italy
  • Transilvania, Romania – Competition- Special Jury Prize
  • Zlin FF – Competition- Best film for Youth
  • Cabourg, France – Competition
  • Florianopolis, Brazil – Competition
  • Lima, Peru – Competition- Best Actor Award and Special mention from the International Jury Critics
  • Seoul International Youth FF – World Cinema
  • Unasur, Argentina – Competition
  • Bariloche, Argentina – Official Selection
  • San Sebastian, Spain – Horizontes Latinos
  • London BFI – World Cinema
  • Trinidad & Tobago – Official Selection
  • Costa Rica, Panorama
  • Detour Travel, Italy – World Cinema- Special Jury Award
  • Sao Paulo, Brazil – World Cinema
  • Riviera Maya, Mexico – Opening Film
  • Abycine, Spain – World Cinema
  • International Women’s Film Festival in Rehovot, Israel – Competition
  • Cinema Tropical Awards – USA – Best First Feature of the Year
  • Stochkolm, Sweden – Competition
  • Arras, France – Official Selection
  • Dominican Republic – Official Selection
  • Goa, India – World Cinema
  • Filmar en America Latina, Switzerland
  • La Orquidea, Cuenca, Ecuador – Best Actor – Nestor Guzzini
  • Havana, Cuba – World Cinema
  • Kerala, India – World Cinema
  • Fraufilmtage in Vienna, Austria
  • BUFF, Malmö Festival, Sweden
  • Femcine, Chile
  • BioBio Cine, Chile
  • Mostra de Catalunya de Lleida – Spain- Best Actor Award for Nestor Guzzini
  • Fundación SGAE, Spain
  • CineLatino – Bergamo & Rome, Italy
  • Avventura, Croatia
  • Bangkok, Thailand
  • Giffoni Youth, Macedonia
  • Casa de America, Spain

Press Quotes

The Hollywood Reporter – Feb 13, 2013 graced by a disarming lightness of touch humor and poignancy ”  Written by David Rooney El Cultural – Feb 13th, 2013 ”  Sencillamente genial ” Written by Juan Sarda

Works in Progress Awards

  • Cine en Construcción 21 –  Europa Distribution Award
  • Work In Progress –  Buenos Aires Lab – BAFICI 2012 – Nandù Award
  • Cine en Construcción 22 -Norteado Award
  • Riviera Maya Film Festival 2012 – Work In Progress Award
  • Festival de Punta del Este 2012 – HD Argentina Award