By contributing blogger Benjamín Harguindey
Variety reported in an article last week that Cepa Audiovisual (Argentina) is teaming with Epicentre Films (France) to co-produce Argentinian filmmaker Julia Solomonoff’s new film Nobody’s Watching, which will be shooting in both New York City and Buenos Aires “about 50/50 in English and Spanish”.
This will mark Solomonoff’s first American film, and her third film since Sisters (2005) and The Last Summer of la Boyita (2009). She had lately worked as associate producer in a number of noteworthy international co-productions, working with Viggo Mortensen in Everybody Has a Plan (2012) and Martin Scorsese in The Third Bank of the River (2014).
Solomonoff’s screenplay was a winner in last year’s Tribeca Festival, and the project is currently in pre-production. Guillermo Pfening has been cast in the lead. Shooting will commence in August in New York and carry on through October-November in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The release date will be presumably set for 2015.