Partho Sen-Gupta Directs Australian-French Feature SLAM


SLAM, Partho Sen-GUPTA’s third film, will be a co-production between Michael Wrenn in Australia (Three Summers, The Rocket) for Invisible Republic and Marc Irmer in France for Dolce Vita Films. The film will be released in Australia by Bonsaï Films and Doc & Film International will handle international sales.


Slam tells the story of Ricky, a young Arab Australian whose peaceful suburban life is turned on its head when his sister, Ameena, disappears without trace. In a climate of distrust and xenophobia, she is soon suspected of having joined the ranks of ISIS in Syria. In a ‘post-facts’ world, Ricky no longer knows who to believe, his sense of what’s right or the 24 hours media cycle of spin. 


Supported by Screen Australia, Screenwest and CNC’s Cinémas du Monde.

Shooting due in October 2017

Sunrise by Partho Sen Gupta released in France on March 2nd



Inspector Joshi is a grieving father searching for his daughter Aruna, kidnapped years ago when she was six. In his despair, life converges with a recurring dream in which Joshi pursues a shadowy figure who leads him to ‘Paradise’, a night-club where teenage girls dance to a leering crowd. He is convinced he will find Aruna there and vows to bring her back to Leela, his broken wife.




The Notebook short listed for best foreign Oscar

Janos Szasz’s Notebook (Le grand cahier) has been shortlisted for the foreign language Oscars.

Las Ninas Quispe wins FEDEORA Best cinematography prize @ Venice Critics week

Sabastian Sepulveda’s debut feature was awarded with the Fedeora Prize for best cinematography (Inti Briones) at the 28th Critic’s week during the 70th edition of the Venice International Film Festival.

Las Ninas Quispe in competition @ 28th Critics week in Venice

Sebastian Sepulveda’s debut feature will have its world premiere during the 28th Critics Week in the framework of the 70th edition of the Venice Intternational Film Festival

Dolcevita Films