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The Colombian Film Festival 2014

Excellent news! Gallows Hill has been selected in the ‘Fiction’ category for The Colombian Film Festival 2014.

Gallows Hill will be screened at Theater 2 Tribeca Cinemas on 28th March 2014 at 8:30 PM (EDT) – you can buy tickets here

The Colombian Film Festival’s mission is to give Latin American artists the opportunity to be recognized beyond the boundaries of our countries. We provide a networking platform between the Latin film industry and those of the U.S. and the rest of Latin America.

This year, the festival will launch on March 25, 2014 in Tribeca Cinemas with a red carpet event followed by the world premiere of “Default” by Simon Brand, and will close on March 30 with the U.S premiere of “La Tierra en la Lengua” by Ruben Mendoza. The official selection includes 15 fiction films, 20 short films, four documentaries, and three Latin American blockbusters.

You can watch the announcement of all the selected films below (Gallows Hill is approximately 18 minutes and 13 seconds into the video).

Keep checking back for all the latest news and updates!

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Gallows Hill to be released in US

It has been reported by Screendaily that IFC has picked up North American rights to Gallows Hill after a “strong buyer response at a recent Los Angeles screening”.


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IFC visits Gallows Hill (EXCLUSIVE)

From Screendaily (US)/ by Jeremy Kay

IFC takes North American rights to Victor Garcia’s genre outing.

IFC has picked up North American rights to Victor Garcia’s genre title Gallows Hill following a strong buyer response at a recent Los Angeles screening.

IM Global’s Octane division handles international sales at EFM.

The film screens in the market tomorrow (Feb 8) and stars Peter Facinelli, the UK’s Sophia Myles, Nathalia Ramos and Colombian model and actress Carolina Guerra, part of a large Colombian contingency.

Gallows Hill was financed entirely within Colombia by television network RCN¹s affiliate Five 7 Media, who produced with A Bigger Boat and Launchpad Productions. Peter Block, David Higgins and Andrea Chung produced.

Rich D’Ovidio, whose credits include The Call and Thir13en Ghosts, wrote the screenplay about a widower who takes his children on a trip to their mother’s Colombian hometown.

En route, the family are involved in an accident and take refuge in a secluded inn, where they free a girl locked in a basement and set in motion a terrifying sequence of events.

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