Isabel Orellana graduated in the first generation of filmmakers from the University of Chile after the dictatorship ended. In 2014, she produced the short film White Death and founded Araucaria Cine, where she develops art-house films presented in festivals such as Berlinale, Locarno, Karlovy Vary, DOK Leipzig, Visions du Réel, BAFICI, and many others. She collaborates with the CINEMA21 association, Premios Latino, and is a founder member and vice-president of the Association of Independent Producers, API CHILE.
projects in progress
1989: The rise and decline of Udo Berger (fiction) - directed by Alicia Scherson. A feature film based on the novel Third Reich by Roberto Bolaño. In development.
The Veteran of Tinian (documentary) - directed by Jerónimo Rodríguez. A hybrid feature documentary. In development.
Handling of Sources: 104 Models to Disassemble (documentary) - directed by Francisco Rodríguez. A feature documentary. In research.
Petit Frère - directed by Roberto Collio and Rodrigo Robledo, 70 min, Chile, 2018; producer.
Lettres à l’administration - directed José Jiménez, 25 min, Chile, 2017; co-producer.
You’ll never be alone - directed Alex Anwandter, 83 min, Chile, 2016; producer.
White Death - directed by Roberto Collío, 17 min, Chile, 2014; producer.
Name: ARAUCARIA CINE
Contact number: +56956395746