The Longest Night

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Showings

Ticket Prices
General Public:$15.00
Members:$11.00
AF Members (Box Office Only):$5.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$8.00
Youth (25 & Under/Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Original Title:La mala noche
Guest Attending:Yes
Programs:Cine Latino
Women & Film
Spotlight: Disruption
Emerging Filmmaker Competition
Tags:Latino/Hispanic/Iberian
Women Directors
Drama
Women's Rights
Human Rights
Crime
Release Year:2018
Runtime:95 min
Country/Region:Ecuador
Mexico
Language:Spanish
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Wide
Trailer:https://vimeo.com/282880701
Cast/Crew
Director:Gabriela Calvache
Executive Producer:Geminiano Penedo
Gabriela Calvache
Daniela Fuentes
Producer:Geminiano Penedo
Gabriela Calvache
Cinematographer:Gris Jordana
Screenwriter:Gabriela Calvache
Editor:Andrea Chignoli
Composer:Quincas Moreira
Principal Cast:Noëlle Schönwald
Cristian Mercado
Jaime Tamariz

Description

Director Gabriela Calvache Attending!

She is the perfect woman until she decides to be free. Gabriela Calvache's latest feature, The Longest Night (La Mala Noche) is a fearless and eye-opening look inside the world of human trafficking and the mafia underworld, focusing one woman's quest for justice. After being forced to hand over her income, Dana (Noëlle Schönwald) appears to be caught in the web of a human trafficking ring and its leader. Drug addicted and worried about her young daughter's illness, Dana fears that she can't just leave. As a new opportunity presents itself, she may soon realize that the power to exact justice on her oppressors is hers to claim. An utterly human thriller, Calvache's film makes sure to keep the sobering reality at the forefront of her narrative–there are nearly twenty-one million human trafficking victims worldwide.

Director Biography

Gabriela Calvache

Gabriela Calvache is a director and screenwriter from Ambato, Ecuador. She has co-written or co-produced numerous short films and documentaries prior to making her feature-debut The Longest Night. Along with filmmaking, she is the founder of Cineática Films.


Press

"a bold genre drama that ultimately becomes a femme-power poignant indictment of human trafficking." - Cinema Tropical


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