Morena, Vaca Now Shooting Calparsoro's Invader

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Morena, Vaca Now Shooting Calparsoro's Invader


Daniel Calparsoro (The Absent) returns to the big screen with Invader, a thriller that sees a new collaboration between Morena Films and Vaca Films after their great success with Cell 211.

Fimax has been selling the film this week at the AFM and plans to have a promo and teaser trailer ready for the EFM in Berlin.

France's Mandarin Cinema are coproducing with 10% of the budget. In this deal Mandarin have acquired the theatrical, DVD and TV rights for France.

The film tells the story of a doctor who comes back from an international mission of the Spanish Army after a devastating accident. Suffering from amnesia, he begins to investigate what happened and finds out that the official version is a lie. The cast fetures Alberto Amman (Cell 211), Antonio de la Torre (The Last Circus) and Karra Elejalde (Biutiful).

With Invader, based on a Fernando Maria's novel, Morena and Vaca hope to build on the Cell 211 formula, making an action movie on a tight budget that has great appeal for mainstream audiences. "We believe that this is going to be a very spectacular and fun movie," Morena Films producer Juan Gordon told ScreenDaily.

"It is not a war movie," added Emma Lustres from Vaca Films. …

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