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Copito de Nieve

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International title Copito de Nieve
Section 49 edición - Enfants Terribles Fuera de Competición
Country España
Year 2011
Format 35mm.
Color / B&W Color
Running time 90min.
Original language Español
Director Andrés G. Schaer
Screenplay Albert Val, Amèlia Mora
Film Editing Alex de Molina
Photography Sergi Bartroli
Music Zacarías M. de la Riva
Art direction Silvia Steinbrecht
Costume María Engo
Production Julio Fernández
Production design (Animación) A. Martín Puentes, Pablo Navarro
Cast Pere Ponce (Luc de Sac), Elsa Pataky (bruja del norte), Anna Gras (sirvienta), Félix Pons Ferrer (Daniel), Rosa Boladeras (Anna), Elsa Anka (profesora), Claudia Abate (Paula), Joan Sullà (Leo), Carlos Latre (Ailur, voz), Constantino Romero (Ron, voz)
Producer Filmax
Muf Animation
Utopía Global
Distribution Company Filmax Entertainment
Synopsis A mixture of animation and real image that brings to life the adventures of Copito de Nieve, the only white-furred gorilla in the world. Discovered by a veterinary doctor in Equatorial Guinea, Copito de Nieve arrives at the Barcelona zoo to great anticipation. Although it soon becomes the favourite of the visitors, the other gorillas do not accept it as one of them because of the colour of its hair. Desperate, Copito decides to flee together with Aylur, a red panda, in search of the Witch of the North to ask her for a potion that would change it into a normal gorilla. What Copito does not expect is that evil Luc de Sac, the world’s unluckiest person, is waiting for it outside with the intention of hunting it down: he believes that the albino gorilla is the charm that will break his spell of bad luck. This marks the beginning of a series of exciting events that will befall Copito and his friends, little Paula and Aylur, the panda.
Director bio Andrés Schaer was born in Buenos Aires in 1971. He studied at the Universidad del Cine, where he directed short filmssuch as La última llamada (1996) and Felix & Co. (1997), screened at festivals such as York, San Petersburgh and Buenos Aires, among others. In 2003 lhe was hired by Patagonik Film Groupto create its roject development departament. He supervised the release of El Ratón Pérez (2006) and El arca (2007), both by Juan Pablo Buscarini, who asked Patagonik to let Schaer direct El Ratón Pérez 2 (2008).