Pablo Larraín
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Chile
2018

Fabula

Pablo
Larraín

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The young Chilean filmmaker, who runs Fabula with brother Juan de Dios Larraín, has been succeeding on both Hollywood independent and home-territory careers. Sebastian Lelio’s “A Fantastic Woman” won Larraín a producing Oscar in 2018. Before that, his own “No” and English-language debut “Jackie,” starring Natalie Portman, snagged foreign-language and actress Academy Awards nominations, establishing him as a truly political filmmaker. He debuted “Gloria Bell” at TIFF, and then he was back home shooting the Spanish drama “Ema,” a melodrama about family relations, before helming his second English-language movie, “The True American.” That’s a creative freedom no Latin American director has achieved since Alfonso Cuarón.

Career

  • JACKIE
  • NERUDA
  • A FANTASTIC WOMAN

Education

  • University for the Arts, Sciences, and Communication (UNIACC) (Chile)

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Pablo and Juan de Dios Larrain Name ‘Moonlight’ Co-producer Andrew Hevia VP of Fabula’s North American Office

Pablo and Juan de Dios Larrain Name ‘Moonlight’ Co-producer Andrew Hevia VP of Fabula’s North American Office

Fabula’s Pablo and Juan de Dios Larraín, producers of Academy Award winner “A Fantastic Woman,” have named “Moonlight” co-producer Andrew Hevia as VP of their North American office, reporting to former Paramount exec Geoff Stier, who was appointed head of Fabula U.S. in March. Hevia has been helping Fabula with logistical planning over recent months.Fabula’s first U.S. production, Sebastian Lelio's “Gloria Bell,” starring Julianne Moore and John Turturro, was acquired by A24 for U.S. distribution. It screens as a special presentation at Toronto.“I’m a great fan of...

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