Argentine director is betting on Argentine and Spanish talent to help his first animated film.
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Argentina's Juan Jose Campanella, director of runaway hit "El secreto de sus ojos" (The Secret in Their Eyes), is preparing to helm his first animated film, with a E6 million ($8.94 million) budget.
Argentine helmer-scribe Juan Jose Campanella is preparing "La luna de avellaneda" (The Moon of Avellaneda), his first feature since his foreign-lingo Oscar nominee "The Son of the Bride" in 2001.
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