Films and Media Cooperative created by Carlos Asseph

AUTHOR FILMS

In craft we trust.

THE ROBBERY

HD. 87 MIN. (DOCUMENTARY)

Sinopsis

“El Robo” is a documentary-testimonial film about the complex process through which a girl who was appropriated during the last military coup occurred in 1976 in Argentina, and who at age 9 restores her real identity.

María Victoria Moyano Artígas was kidnapped and illegally appropriated in 1978 from the “Banfield Pit” by Buenos Aires police officer Oscar Penna, and restored to her biological family in 1988. She tells her own story and reveals her life experiences.

The documentary seeks to express the perception of a girl who has to piece her life story together all over again at the age of 9. Many questions arise during these talks and explanations, but there has been one underlying question in particular for a long time, and it cannot be supressed: “Who killed my parents?” triggers the main character’s investigation. This search leads us on a journey through Buenos Aires and Montevideo in a mission charged with nostalgia and hope. To discover the truth.

The documentary explores the memories of the grandmothers and their now grown-up grandchildren, using this case study to attempt to recreate memories that are a part of the recent democratic Argentina. Amidst the judicial process and testimonies, the pieces of the puzzle begin to come together.

24 RPS

HD. 87 MIN. (DOCUMENTARY)

The power of Oaxaca’s commune

Filmed in México. HDV. 60 Min. (DOCUMENTARY)

Screened at Toulouse Latin Film Festival, Bienal Salvador du Bahia in Brazil, Cine de Las Americas in Austin, TX; Visualized Film Festival, Denver, CO; Free Speech TV in the US has licensed the film broadcasting it for English speaking audience.

Miners, tragedy at Rio Turbio

MiniDV, 2004 (DOCUMENTARY)

Co-productions

We work with different companies and producers helping them bring their projects and ideas to the mainstream including film festivals and mass media outlets. Our co-productions are available in channels such as amazon and have screened at festivals such as Sundance and hundred others.

LOST IN BUENOS AIRES

In 2012, Amazon prime has released the comedy “Lost in Buenos Aires”, produced by Mclips and Creation Cinema, filmed in Los Angeles and Buenos Aires. Written by Carlos Asseph and Mike Solton and directed by Carlos Asseph.

View in AMAZON

AWARDS RECEIVED:

2013 Myrtle Beach International Film Festival Honorable Mention

2013 AFI Dallas Silver Mention

THE WOMEN OF BRUKMAN

Le Femme de Brukman

Nominated for Sundance Film Festival 2008

2009, Best Prize, FIGRA

Special Wink, El Ojo Cojo

Best Investigation Documentary, DOCLISBOA

John Michael’s Award, Big Muddy Film Festival

2009 Turkey’s 1st prize Istambul International Film Festival

Social media and other forms of media

All formats required to interact in the decentralized world of internet users.

Social Archaeology

5 episode documentary – HD

Filmed in Catamarca, Argentina during 2018. 5 episodes of 8 minutes will give you an insight of the natives and their forms of life and community.

PROVIDENCE 420 CELEBRATION

HD (2013)

STELLA KNOWS BLUES LIVE@ NEWPORT!

HD (2013)

El Destierro (Displacement)

HD

Engineering

We take technology seriously. Our engineers will create all the hardware and software required for any special projects, such as broadcasting events in remote locations, conferences streaming, live shows, live news, etc.-

WORKSHOP / EDUCATION

In the course of this workshop, the main facts of cinema history will be discussed, screening some of the main films for their analysis and understanding

My name is Carlos Asseph

I’m a professional film director, editor and cameraman. My educational background is 35mm film editing and production. I have directed several full feature films and many forms of media in the past 20 years of experience.

Call me 1 401 834 0128

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Partners

Jardan Films (Croatia)

https://www.jadran-film.com/
Particio Schwanek, Production Manager
Email: patricio.schwanek@jadran-film.com
Tel: +385 99 3306 794

Adolinda (Argentina)

https://adolinda.wordpress.com/
Ariel Dimarco, Director.
Contact: +54 11 4 3140 7430

Site credits:

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