Pablo Larraín
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Chile
2019

Fabula

Pablo
Larraín

Co-Founder

The Chilean director of “Jackie” and “Neruda” and producer of 2018 best foreign language Academy Award winner “A Fantastic Woman” continues to explore the crossover ground between arthouse and mainstream with his latest directorial outing, “Ema,” a music- and sex-laced portrayal of modern families selected to compete at this year’s Venice Film Festival. Larraín oversees quality control — giving notes, viewing projects, courting directors, developing TV shows — at Fabula, the production house he runs with brother Juan de Dios. The company is building itself up as a U.S.-Latin American creative powerhouse not just for the Larraíns or fellow Chilean Sebastián Lelio — director of “A Fantastic Woman” and “Gloria Bell,” a Toronto 2018 hit — but for edgier creators worldwide.

Career

  • JACKIE
  • NERUDA
  • A FANTASTIC WOMAN

Education

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

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
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Venice Film Review: Pablo Larraín's 'Ema'

Venice Film Review: Pablo Larraín's 'Ema'

If you’re looking to meet a shock-of-the-new, beyond-punk vanguard girl who’s so out there and alienated, and maybe liberated, that you’ve never quite seen the likes of her, you could do worse than spend 102 minutes in the company of Ema (Mariana Di Girolamo), the title viper of Pablo Larraín’s new film. Ema, with her stick earrings and nose ring, her slicked-back platinum mane and big-eyed insatiable blank stare that takes in everything and gives back nothing, is a dancer...

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