At the 20th Morelia Film Festival to debut their first feature produced in Mexico, “Maquíllame Otra Vez,” brothers Pablo and Juan de Diós Larrain of Chile-based film-TV powerhouse Fabula have announced the official launch of their Mexican city production office with Carlos Taibo at the helm. Fabula has also named Eduardo Castro as their line producer, Enrique Ochoa as deputy finance manager and Daniela Amorós as human resources director.“In all, we’ll have up to 18 staff members aside from additional hires...
As co-founder of his production company, Larraín is best known for producing films helmed by his brother Pablo Larraín, most notably 2016’s “Jackie” and 2021’s “Spencer,” which earned Natalie Portman and Kristen Stewart Oscar noms for playing Jacqueline Kennedy and Princess Diana, respectively. He produces films by other directors, too, including Sebastián Lelio (2017’s “A Fantastic Woman,” 2018’s “Gloria Bell,” starring Julianne Moore), Gaspar Antillo (2019’s “Nobody Knows I’m Here”) and Alexander Witt’s upcoming “Sayen.” In 2022, he was behind Spanish-language projects such as the miniseries “El Refugio” (Pantaya), the series “La Juaria” (HBO Max), “42 Days of Darkness” (Netflix) and “Señorita 89” (Lionsgate+). His brother’s next directorial effort, “El Conde,” a reimagining of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet as a 250-year-old vampire, is underway.