Directed by Lucrecia Martel

Louverture Films is a Co Producer



  • Argentine Film Critics Association - Winner Silver Condor Award for Best Fictional Film, Silver Condor Award for Best Cinematography, Silver Condor Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, Silver Condor Award for Best Director, Silver Condor Award for Best Costume Design, Silver Condor Award for Best Sound, Silver Condor Award for Best Art Direction, Silver Condor Award for Best Make up and Hairstyling

  • Ibero-America's Annual Film Awards - Winner Platino Award for Best Sound, Platino Award for Best Cinematography, Platino Award for Best Art Direction

  • New Zealand International Film Festival 2018

  • Bildrausch Film Festival Basel 2018 - Winner Picture-Noise Ring of Film Art Award

  • Sarasota Film Festival 2018

  • Women's Film Festival FEMCINE 2018

  • Cartagena International Film Festival 2018

  • Borderlines Film Festival 2018

  • Dublin International Film Festival 2018

  • Portland International Film Festival 2018

  • Göteborg Film Festival 2018

  • International Film Festival Rotterdam 2018 | IFFR - Winner KNF Award

  • Palm Springs International Film Festival 2018

  • Havana Film Festival 2017 - Winner FIPRESCI Award, Winner Best Direction, Winner Best Art Direction

  • Singapore International Film Festival 2017

  • Morelia Film Festival 2017

  • Latin Beat Film Festival Tokyo 2017

  • Sevilla European Film Festival 2017 - Winner Special Jury Award

  • São Paulo International Film Festival 2017

  • Busan International Film Festival 2017

  • BFI London Film Festival 2017

  • Valdivia International Film Festival 2017

  • The New York Film Festival 2017

  • Toronto International Film Festival 2017

  • Venice Film Festival 2017

Feature film based on the epic novel by Antonio di Benedetto. Set in the last decade of the 18th Century, just before the spark that set off the independence movements, the story turns on Don Diego de Zama, an officer of the Spanish Crown who serves out his time in a provincial backwater, awaiting a promotion and a transfer to Buenos Aires that never seems to come. Forced to submissively accept every task entrusted to him by successive Governors, he decides he must attract the notice of the King, and joins a party of soldiers that go after a dangerous outlaw who has been terrorizing the Spanish colonizers. Entering the jungle and encountering other peoples, Zama loses himself and gains, finally, the chance to live.