Caterina

USA | 2019 | DCP | Color | 17 min | Dan Sallitt

FRIDAY 2 | CINEMEX REFORMA CASA DE ARTE | 19:30 HRS. | 17 MIN

SATURDAY 10 | FILMIN LATINO | 24 HRS. | 17 MIN

Director: Dan Sallitt

Screenplay: Dan Sallitt

Producer: Graham Swon
Cinematography: Chris Messina
Editing: Dan Sallitt

Sound:  Sean Dunn

Production Company: Static Productions

Cast: Agustina Muñoz, Fran Smyth, Caroline Luft, Kati Schwartz, John Magary, Kolyn Brown, Kyle Molzan, C. Mason Wells, Kyle McCormack

Synopsis:

Caterina was born in South America but lives in New York. Her willingness to make close emotional connections to others is as much of a burden as it is a gift.

Biography:

Dan Sallitt’s previous films are Fourteen (2019), The Unspeakable Act (2012), All the Ships at Sea (2004), Honeymoon (1998), and Polly Perverse Strikes Again! (1986). Fourteen premiered at the 2019 Berlinale and is currently on the international festival circuit. The Unspeakable Act won Best Film in the Independent Visions Competition at 2012 Sarasota Film Festival, played several major festivals (including Rotterdam, Vienna, Karlovy Vary, Edinburgh, Melbourne, and BAMcinemaFest), and is distributed by Cinema Guild. Sallitt was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and attended Harvard College and UCLA’s school of Theater, Film and Television. He was the head film critic for the Los Angeles Reader, and writes film criticism for MUBI and his own blog Thanks for the Use of the Hall. His monograph on Japanese director Mikio Naruse is online at https://mikionaruse.wordpress.com.

Festivals:

 57th New York Film Festival –New York Stories program– 2020, USA

26th Valdivia International Film Festival, 2019, Chile

Vienna International Film Festival, 2019, Austria

Mar del Plata International Film Festival, 2019, Argentina

 

Contact:  

sallitt(at)post(dot)harvard(dot)edu

graham(dot)swon(at)gmail(dot)com