The Gran Cine Circuit continues to expand the programming it presents through its streaming platform “Impact Films” anchored to its website www.grancine.net, and this time includes new and interesting cinematographic alternatives.
"A country called the fish that smokes" is one of the options that the general public can enjoy. It is a documentary directed by Alejandro Picó, which is based on the emblematic film by Román Chalbaud, "The fish that smokes." In it, a behind-the-scenes look at the film is recounted, and the memory of those who belonged in some way to this film project is removed, says a press release.
The program also has unpublished testimonies from its director; as well as fun conversations with the actors (44 years after its premiere). It also relies on the participation of unpublished frames and behind-the-scenes scenes. It also has incredible anecdotes from the technical area, explanations about the assembly and the rehearsal of the scenes, the text refers to.
Among the range of options is “Voy por ti”, a film directed by Carmen La Roche that has enjoyed great success since its launch in 2020, but that this time they can be enjoyed on the streaming platform. It is about bullying and sexting, situations that occur in all schools, but nobody talks about it.
In this film by Carmen La Roche, both themes are the starting point to tell a collegiate power game between three young people. Dayra Lambis and Richard Clark accompany a great cast of emerging talents led by Gregory Maldonado, Génesis Vernaza, Santiago Osuna and Andrea Levada.
"Heart dogs" is also shown on the digital platform, it is the first feature film also directed by La Roche, and starring the renowned Venezuelan actors Marialejandra Martín and Miguel Ferrari, which narrates the relationship that is established between a Spaniard and a mother who has just lost her only child.
It is integrated into the programming of this month by the hand of Circuito Gran Cine "Venezuela in quarantine", a documentary directed by Sergio Monsalve that collects 16 testimonies of Venezuelans who survive the first months in quarantine by the covid-19, after it was decreed in March 2020 the confinement in the country.
All the films are available on the VOD platform, “Impact Films” on the Great Cinema Circuit website, the press release reported.