Juan de Dios Larraín
Stewart Cook for Variety
Chile
2021

Fabula

Juan
de
Dios
Larraín

Cofounder

Larraín generated big awards-season buzz as the producer of “Spencer,” a biopic on Princess Diana (played by Kristen Stewart) directed by his brother, Pablo Larraín. But it’s just one entry in a long list of productions the Larraíns are making via their prodco, Fabula Films. Their slate includes such series as Netflix’s “42 Days of Darkness,” Amazon’s “La Juaria” and Starz’s “Señorita 89” and “El Refugio” and a pair of feature projects about indigenous Chilean women seeking vengeance by way of director Christopher Murray’s “Brujería” and “Sayen,” as well as “Burning Patience,” the second Chilean original film from Netflix which will begin shooting in 2022. The Larraíns launched Chile-based Fabula in 2003 and grew it into one the hottest international production shingles, with additional branches in L.A. and Mexico City.

Career

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Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2020 Variety500 Honoree
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Larraín Brothers’ Fabula Mexico Sets First Feature, From ‘The Club’ Scribe Guillermo Calderón (EXCLUSIVE)

Larraín Brothers’ Fabula Mexico Sets First Feature, From ‘The Club’ Scribe Guillermo Calderón (EXCLUSIVE)

Fabula, the Chile-based film and TV production house of Pablo and Juan de Diós Larrain, is set to produce “Maquíllame Otra Vez,” the first feature film to go into production at Fabula Mexico, launched to complement Fabula’s Santiago de Chile H.Q. and Fabula U.S., run out of Los Angeles.Slated to go into production from October in Mexico City, “Maquíllame Otra Vez” also marks the directorial debut of Guillermo Calderón, Chile’s foremost living playwright as well as screenwriter of films –...

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