Zaragoza production company Mil y Una Historias Travel to Park City (Utah, USA) to Attend the premiere on North American soil From the documentary Petro, directed by Emmy Award-winning director Sean Matteson and Produced by Aragon's Fernando Monzón.
The movie tells Gustavo Petro ascends to the presidency of Colombia in 2021. He is Colombia's first progressive president and his election campaign was successful A revolution in political strategic communication techniques.
At fifteen degrees below zero, the Sundance Film Festival and Slamdance Film Festival are in Park City, Utah. These are the largest independent film distribution markets worldwide. These annual festivals highlight emerging artists and independent films With budgets of less than a million dollars. The juxtaposition of the cold climate with the warmth of the exhibition rooms contributes to this Generating an atmosphere that makes the festival a unique event on the map of international film festivals.
Mil y una Historias team led by Edoya Barabés, We will take advantage of these events to announce new international projects of the Zaragoza production company And create alliances with other producers and distribution channels. The participating team, all female, is also from Zaragoza: Ana Maria Pienaar, Beatriz Xaviri, and Cristina Montul.
Petro will premiere in North America At the Slamdance Film Festival on January 20 at 10:00 AM DoubleTree by Hilton Park City – The Yarrow in Park City. The second show will be shown on Tuesday, January 23 at 5:00 p.m. It can also be watched online on Slamdance from January 22-28.