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Our Last Tango to be released in the UK from 22nd September 2017

LONDON – Wednesday 16th August 2017: OUR LAST TANGO (Un tango más) executive produced by Wim Wenders (Pina, Buena Vista Social Club, Wings of Desire) and directed by German Kral, will be released in the UK on 22nd September by Celluloid Circus in partnership with the Argentine Film Festival, London.
ABOUT THE FILM
 

Written and directed by German Kral (The Last Applause, Música Cubana), OUR LAST TANGO tells the life and love story of Argentina’s most celebrated tango dancers Maria Nieves Rego and Juan Carlos Copes. They met as teenagers and danced together for nearly fifty years, becoming international stars and making the Argentine tango famous around the world before a painful separation tore them apart. In German Kral´s film the virtuosos reunite to open up about their journey, recreating incredible tango-choreographies with the help of a group of young dancers from Buenos Aires including acclaimed dancer Pablo Verón (The Tango Lesson).
THE DIRECTOR, GERMAN KRAL
 

Director German Kral was born in 1968 in Argentina and moved to Germany in 1991 to study film at the Munich Film School. A former pupil of Wim Wenders, between 1993 and 1996 he worked with Wenders on the feature film A Trick of the Light. His film Música Cubana (2004), executive produced by Wim Wenders, had its international premiere at the Venice Film Festival and has been sold all over the world.
RELEASES TO DATE
 

OUR LAST TANGO premiered at Toronto International Film Festival in 2015 and also screened at Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival, Japan and the Berlin International Film Festival.
THE FILM
 

Argentina, Germany 2015
Language: Spanish with English subtitles
Runtime: 85 minutes
CREDITS
 

Production Companies: Lailaps Pictures, Horres Film & TV, German Kral Filmproduktion
Screenwriter / Director: German Kral
Producers: Nils Dünker, Dieter Horres, German Kral
Co-producers: Birgit Rothörl, Josef Brandmaier
Executive Producers: Wim Wenders, Rodrigo Furth, Jakob Abrahamsson
Director of Photography: Jo Heim BVK, Félix Monti ADF
Costumes designer: Giselle Peisojovich, Cecilia Belsito
Production designer: Matías Martínez
Sound: Celeste Palma
Sound designer: Jörg Elsner
Music composer: Luis Borda, Sexteto Mayor
Editor: Ulrike Tortora
Cast: María Nieves Rego, Juan Carlos Copes
ABOUT CELLULOID CIRCUS & THE ARGENTINE FILM FESTIVAL
 

Celluloid Circus is a film events and promotions company championing the most exciting films from around the world including outstanding Spanish-language films such as Ciro Guerra’s Oscar-nominated Embrace of the Serpent and Damián Szifron’s BAFTA Best Foreign Film winner Wild Tales.

In 2012 Celluloid Circus launched London’s first Argentine Film Festival to provide a showcase for the best contemporary films from and about Argentina, and in 2016 celebrated their fifth festival with Argentine director Pablo Trapero in attendance at special summer edition across Curzon and Picturehouse Cinemas in London’s West End.

2017 will see Celluloid Circus take a new direction with this, it’s first theatrical release of a Spanish-language title into UK cinemas.

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Published: 17 Aug 2017 @ 19:59

Last modified: 8 Mar 2021 @ 20:21

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