El Inca

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Showings

St. Anthony Main Theatre 4 Thu, Apr 26, 2018 9:50 PM
Marcus Rochester Cinema Fri, Apr 27, 2018 9:30 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$14.00
Members:$11.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Programs:Cine Latino
Tags:Oscar Submission
Sports
Biography
Drama
Latino/Hispanic/Iberian
Romance
True Story
Voice Category:Drama-rama!
Release Year:2016
Runtime:128 min
Festivals & Awards:Audience Award
Best Script
Best Makeup
Best Director
Best Editing
Best Music
Best Actor - Festival del Cine Venezolano
Country/Region:Venezuela
Language:Spanish
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Wide
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5tHYk3v7C0
Cast/Crew
Director:Ignacio Castillo Cottin
Producer:Nathalie Sar-Shalom
Cinematographer:Alexandra Henao
Screenwriter:Ignacio Castillo Cottin
Ada Hernández
Editor:Maikel Jiménez
Composer:Luis Miguel Emmanuelli
Principal Cast:Alexander Leterni
Scarlett Jaimes
Daniela Bueno
Miguel Ferrari
Carolina Torres
Leónidas Urbina
Filmography:The Black Virgin ('08)
The Death of Marquez (’16)

Description

April 26th screening now in St. Anthony Main HOUSE 4.

Tickets to Rochester screenings will be sold at the door.

A film from director Ignacio Castillo Cottin, this biopic chronicles the life, love story and eventual downfall of Venezulan boxer Edwin “El Inca” Valero, whose career came to a crashing halt when he was arrested on suspicion of his wife’s murder.

A fighting force of nature, El Inca is propelled toward fame through pure willpower and, despite an accident that threatened to end his boxing career, would become known as one of the boxing greats in Latin America. However, his mental stability and personal life, namely his relationship with his wife Jennifer, become his undoing as marital tensions begin to unravel the boxer’s psyche, eventually leading to a tragic end.

El Inca was the official Venezuelan entry to the 90th Academy Awards.

Director Biography

Ignacio Castillo Cottin Ignacio Castillo Cottin’s film El Inca, took six years to make, and once finished, led to premieres at festival around the globe and an entry to the 90th Academy Awards. Along with his latest film, Cottin is also known for The Death of Marquez (’16).

 

 


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