Virtual Member Screening followed by Q&A with Writer/Director Maite Alberdi, moderated by Hollywood Reporter's Scott Feinberg
Film available to watch December 9, 3PM - December 13, 11PM
*This film will only be available to watch in the United States
When a family becomes concerned about their mother’s well-being in a retirement home, private investigator Romulo hires Sergio, an 83 year-old man who becomes a new resident–and a mole inside the facility, who struggles to balance his assignment with becoming increasingly involved in the lives of several residents.
How to watch
- RSVP by clicking the button above and/or in the invite email
- The film watch link will be emailed to all members who have RSVP'd at or shortly before 3PM on Wednesday, December 9. This email will be sent from email@example.com to the email associated with your Film Society account.
- Follow email prompts. Be sure to log into the Eventive platform with the email associated with your Film Society member account.
- The film will be available for to watch Wednesday, December 9, 3pm through Sunday, December 13, 11pm.
- The Q&A with Writer/Director will play immediately following the credits.
Further details on how to watch on Eventive may be found here.
|Date: Dec 09 3:00 p.m. to Dec 13 - 11:00 p.m.|
About writer/director Maite Alberdi
Maite Alberdi studied Film and Aesthetics at the Universidad Católica de Chile. She is a writer-director who has developed a highly particular style that achieves an intimate portrayal of the characters she works with through everyday stories in small-scale worlds.
Alberdi has written and directed three documentary feature films (The Grown-Ups, Tea Time, and The Lifeguard) and three documentary short films (“I´m Not from Here,” “The Hairdressers,” and “The Trapeze Artists”).
Alberdi works as a documentary teacher at the Universidad Católica de Chile, and is co-writer of the book Teorías del cine documental en Chile: 1957-1973, or Documentary Film Theories in Chile: 1957-1973
About the moderator, Scott Feinberg
Scott Feinberg is The Hollywood Reporter’s longtime awards columnist and host of its Awards Chatter podcast. Hailing from New Haven, Conn., he is a member of the Critics’ Choice Association and the board of the Los Angeles Press Club, and is working on a book about the history of Oscar campaigns.