SIN RODEOS FILMS was created in Spain in 2017 with the conviction of creating quality content with current themes, and an original and honest approach capable of attracting a demanding national and international audience. Claudia Pinto Emperador had already produced her first film The Longest Distance with SIN RODEOS FILMS (Venezuela), and she repeats the experience in The Consequences, this time produced from Spain. In order to strengthen the international scope of the film, SIN RODEOS FILMS joins the Dutch producer Els Vandevorst, from N279 ENTERTAINMENT, and the Belgian producer Peter De Maegd, from POTEMKINO.

Els Vandevorts: Palme d’Or at Cannes 2000 for Dancer in the Dark and Official Selection at Cannes 2003 for Lars Von Trier’s Dogville; Official Selection at Venice for Sokurov’s Francophonie in 2015 and for Martin Koolhoven’s Brimstone in 2016. She recently co-produced Brian de Palma’s Domino. Peter De Maegd: collaborates with legendary filmmakers such as Peter Greenaway (Eisenstein in Guanajuato), Terence Davies (A Quiet Passion) and Bille August (55 Steps). He has produced the science fiction film Iron Sky: The Coming Race, and the Emmy-nominated pan-European participatory television series The Spiral. He has co-produced Guiseppe Tornatore’s Ennio: The Maestro.ture film.

CLAUDIA PINTO EMPERADOR

Spanish-Venezuelan director and screenwriter living in Spain. With her debut film, The Longest Distance, she won 17 international awards, including Best Latin American Film at the Des Films Du Monde Festival in Montreal; Best Director at the Cleveland International Film Festival; selected for the Official Selection of the Gijón Film Festival, the Festival of New Latin American Film in Havana, among others. In addition, it received a warm welcome and was voted Best Film by the audience in territories as different as Spain, Argentina, the United States, and Helsinki. In Venezuela, for example, it remained in theatres for more than a year (56 weeks). The success of The Longest Distance in both festivals and commercial theatres led it to represent Venezuela at the Goya Awards, where it was nominated for Best Ibero-American Film. Subsequently, it won the Platinum Award for Best Latin-American Fiction Feature Film. The Consequences is her second feature film.