Shooting for “La voz dormida” begins

February 13, 2011
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La voz dormida, the best-selling novel by the late Dulce Chacón about women prisoners in post-Civil War Spain, is being made into a feature film by Benito Zambrano (Solas, Habana Blues), Variety reports; shooting starts this week, featuring Inma Cuesta and María León.

Budgeted at €4 million ($5.5 million), “Sleeping” is co-produced by Sevilla-based Maestranza Films and Spain’s Warner Bros. Spanish pubcaster TVE has snagged free-to-air broadcast rights; WB in Spain will distribute in Spain.

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One Response to “ Shooting for “La voz dormida” begins ”

  1. Isabel Perez-Molina on February 18, 2011 at 5:10 pm

    This is a wonderful book by Dulce Chacón, who died at 48 some years ago.

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