The Landmark at Merrick Park
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(Otra Historia del Mundo)

International Premiere

DIRECTED BY Guillermo Casanova

Country: Uruguay
Language: Spanish
Subtitles: English
Original Title: Otra Historia del Mundo

Running Time: 100min
Film Year: 2017
Category: Knight Competition

It is the 1980s, and prankish political activism is alive and well in rural Uruguay. When a new military governor is installed in the town of Mosquitos, pals Milo and Esmail protest by broadcasting discontent on the radio and purloining garden gnomes respectively. The governor retaliates against Milo with extreme prejudice, so Esmail launch a propaganda campaign that seeks justice for his buddy—and offers an alternative history of his nation.

Returning to Miami more than a decade after his excellent feature directorial debut, Guillermo Casanova (Seawards Journey) has crafted a biting satire that uses the conditions of the past to speak to the predicaments of the present, most notably the uses and abuses of fake news and the struggle to wrest control of political narratives from the powers that be.

This film is also featured in the 2018 Film Festival’s HBO Ibero American Competition Film Category.

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Director: Guillermo Casanova
Producer: Natacha López, Hugo Castro Fau, Isabel Mártinez, Kristina Konrad
Screenwriter: Guillermo Casanova, Inés Bortagaray
Executive Producer: Natacha López, Hugo Castro Fau, Isabel Martinez Artavia, Kristina Konrad
Production Company: Lavoragine Films

Music: Hugo Fattoruso, Daniel Yafalian
Cinematographer: Gustavo Hadba
Editor: Guillermo Casanova, Pablo Riera

Subjects: Claudio Jaborandy, César Troncoso, Roberto Suárez, Néstor Guzzini, Natalia Mikeliunas, Maria Elena Perez

Guillermo Casanova

Guillermo Casanova is a Uruguayan filmmaker. In addition to his extensive credits as editor, he has directed the documentary short “Mamá era punk” (88) and the features Seawards Journey (03), which screened at our Festival, and Another Story of the World (17).