Sebastiane Latino

What is?

The Sebastiane Latino Award recognizes the best LGTBI Latino film premiere of the year that reflects the values and reality of lesbians, gays, transsexuals and bisexuals.

Edition 2022

Candidates & Winner

Errante corazón (Ámame)


Argentina, Brasil, Paises Bajos, Chile
2021 | 112’

Leonardo Sbaraglia, Miranda de la Serna, Eva Llorach, Iván González

Gay single father Santiago has reached a tipping point in his life. Reeling from a bitter breakup, Santiago is also facing the impending departure of his daughter Laila, with whom he shares a close yet emotionally charged relationship. As the fear of being alone threatens to swallow him whole, his behavior becomes increasingly erratic. Over the course of a chaotic summer divided between Argentina and Brazil, Santiago must learn to let go of Laila so each can find their own freedoms. Drawing complex, empathetic characters and employing unaffected dialogue, this emotionally affecting drama is a story about the intense longing to love and be loved.

Direction + script | Leonardo Brzezicki

Photography | Pedro Sotero

Art design | Eugenia Lestard

Sound design | Pablo Bahamondez

Original Music | Nico Casal

Edition | Marta Velasco

Production | Andrés Martín,

Rosa Martinez Rivero, Violeta Bava

Mars Um (Mars one)


Brasil
2022 | 115’

Rejane Faria, Carlos Francisco, Camilla Damião and Cícero Lucas

The Martins family are optimistic dreamers, quietly leading their lives in the margins of a major Brazilian city following the disappointing inauguration of a far-right extremist president. A lower-middle-class Black family, they feel the strain of their new reality as the political dust settles. Tércia, the mother, reinterprets her world after an unexpected encounter leaves her wondering if she’s cursed. Her husband, Wellington, puts all of his hopes into the soccer career of their son, Deivinho, who reluctantly follows his father’s ambitions despite secretly aspiring to study astrophysics and colonize Mars. Meanwhile, their older daughter, Eunice, falls in love with a free-spirited young woman and ponders whether it’s time to leave home.

Direction + script | Gabriel Martins

Photography | Leornardo Feliciano

Art design | Rimena Procópio

Sound design | Tiago Bello

Original Music | Daniel Simitan

Edition | Gabriel Martins , Thiago Ricarte

Production | Thiago Macêdo Correia, André Novais Oliveira, Gabriel Martins, Maurilio Martins

Petit mal


Colombia
2022 | 89’

Silvia Varón, Ana María Otálora, Ruth Caudeli

Have you ever met a throuple? We are opening our home’s doors to show you how is our life, how we, as a women’s throuple, live the absence of one of us. This real fiction show us how we deal with loneliness, jealousy and how we have to adapt ourselves when three become two.

Direction + script  | Ruth Caudeli

Photography | Andrés Botero

Art design | Leyde Garzón

Sound design | Daniel González

Original Music | Favio Chaves

Edition | Silvia Varón, Ruth Caudeli

Production | Sara Larrota, Ruth Caudeli | Ovella Blava Films

 

Sublime

 

Argentina
2022 | 81’

Martín Miller, Teo Inama Chiabrando, Azul Mazzeo, Joaquín Arana, Facundo Trotonda, Javier Drolas

Manuel (16) lives in a small coastal town. He plays bass in a band with his best friends. One of them is Felipe, with whom he shares a strong friendship from a very young age. Manuel is dating Azul, a relationship that they are intensely exploring. But when it comes time to have their first time together, Manuel feels something completely new that makes him see things with different eyes.

Direction + script | Mariano Biasin

Photography | Iván Gierasinchuk

Art design | Merlina Molina Castaño, Jimena Bordes, Analía Abate

Sound design | Gaspar Scheuer

Original Music | Emilio Cervini

Edition | María Astrauskas

Production | Juan Pablo Miller, Laura Donari

 

Un varón

 

Colombia, Francia, Paises Bajos, Alemania
2022 | 81’

Felipe Ramirez

Carlos lives in a youth shelter in the center of Bogota, a kind of refuge trying to mitigate the harshness of life. Its Christmas and Carlos longs to spend the day with his mother and sister, who are lost in the spiral of urban violence. As he leaves the shelter, Carlos is confronted with the rigor of the streets in his neighborhood, where the law of the strongest, the alfa ‘macho’, rules. As he seeks for a family reunion, Carlos must show he can be one of them. While deep inside him, he must face decisions, contradicting these expressions of masculinity.

Direction + script | Fabián Hernandez

Photography | Sofia Oggioni

Sound design | Daniel Giraldo

Music | Eric Debegue

Production | Louise Bellicaud, Claire Charles-Gervais, Christoph Hahnheiser, Josune  Hahnheiser, Ilse Hughan, Manuel Ruíz Montealegre, Hector Ulloque Franco

 

History | Track Record

Medusa | Anita Rocha da Silveira (Brasil)

Las mil y una | Clarisa Navas (Argentina)

Temblores | Jayro Bustamante (Guatemala)

Las Herederas | Marcelo Martinessi (Paragüay)

Una mujer fantástica | Sebastián Lelio (Chile)

Rara |Pepa San Martín (Chile)

Mariposa | Marco Berger (Argentina)

Praia do Futuro | Karim Aïnouz (Brasil)

Quebranto | Roberto Fiesco (México)