Director of photography:
Alicia Rodríguez, Aline Kuppenheim, María Gracia Omegna, Felipe Pinto, Ingrid Isensee
Daniela is a 17 year-old born and bred in a strict Evangelical family. A rebel by nature, she tries to follow the "right path" after having been after unmasked as a fornicator by her incredulous parents. But on the road to salvation she discovers a devastating obstacle to achieving her much-desired spiritual harmony; a sex-drive irreconcilable with the canons of her religion.
Prix Meilleur Scénario - Sundance Film Festival - USA - 2012
Her work includes commercials, short films, video clips and television series. Her first short film, "Desde siempre" won the FICS exhibited by Canal+ España. In 2005, she was chosen as "Best Advertising Film Director in Chile" by "El Ojo de Ibero America". Her work has been reviewed in a wide variety of media (Cahiers du Cinema, Cinemanía, MTV...). Her short "Blokes" was premiered at the 2010 Cannes Festival, and participated in NYFF 2010, Sundance 2011, Berlin, Miami and San Francisco in 2011.
Fabula, created in 2005 by Pablo and Juan de Dios Larraín has four areas: film, TV, advertising and production services. In 2006, made Pablo Larraín's, "Fuga", and in 2007, Sebastián Silva's 1st work, "La Vida Me Mata". The 3rd film was "Tony Manero" directed by Pablo Larraín, which enjoyed its world premiere at the Cannes Festival Director's Fortnight in 2008. In 2009, produced 2 films; Roberto Aritagoitia's "Grado 3" and Pablo Larraín's "Post Mortem", premiered in the Official Competition at Venice Festival in 2010. In 2010, made 2 films, Oscar Godoy's "Ulises" and Sebastián Lelio's "El Año de Tigre", premiered in the Official Competition at Locarno Festival 2011. It also made Marialy Rivas, short film "Blokes", released in the Official Competition at Cannes Festival in 2011, "Joven y alocada" and the HBO TV series "Prófugos".