• Dos Estaciones

Dos Estaciones

a film by Juan Pablo González
2022, 99 minutes

Poster



Synopsis

Winner of a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, Dos Estaciones follows iron-willed businesswoman María García (Teresa Sánchez), the owner of Dos Estaciones, a once-majestic tequila factory now struggling to stay afloat. The factory is the final holdover from generations of Mexican-owned tequila plants in the highlands of Jalisco, the rest having folded to foreign corporations. Once one of the wealthiest people in town, María knows her current financial situation is untenable. When a persistent plague and an unexpected flood cause irreversible damage, she is forced to do everything she can to save her community's primary economy and source of pride.


Reviews


"Visually arresting."
- Manohla Dargis, The New York Times

"A bracingly potent distillation of drama, psychological portraiture and passionate flouting of clichés…fronted by an arrestingly contained performance by Teresa Sánchez."
-Jonathan Romney, Screen

"Teresa Sánchez's performance in Juan Pablo González’s subdued feature evokes the close-up magic of Renée Jeanne Falconetti."
-Carlos Aguilar, Indiewire

"Spellbinding and urgent... a vivid portrait of a place and its people, an unsentimental ode to the art and craft of tequila-making, a damning depiction of the results of globalizing economic policies, and an exquisite character study."
-Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter


Press Materials


High Res Stills & Press Kit
Press Release



Where to watch


In Theaters




Playdates

Sep 9-15: IFC Center - New York, NY
Sep 16-23: American Cinematheque - Los Angeles, CA
Sep 16-22: Gene Siskel Film Center - Chicago, IL
Sep 16-18: SIFF Film Center - Seattle, WA
Sep 16-22: Digital Gym Cinema - San Diego, CA
Sep 15-16: IU Cinema - Bloomington, IN
Sep 16-22: FilmScene - Iowa City, IA
Sep 16-18: Viva Texas Film Festival - Victoria, TX
Sep 16-22: a/perture cinema - Winston-Salem, NC
Sep 16-22: The Clairidge - Montclair, NJ
Sep 16-22: Center for Contemporary Arts - Santa Fe, NM
Sep 17-18: Cornell Cinema - Ithaca, NY
Sep 17-18: Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City, OK
Sep 18-21: Belcourt Theatre - Nashville, TN
Sep 30: AFI Latin American Film Festival - Washington, DC
Sep 30: Binghamton University Cinema - Binghamton, NY
Sep 30-Oct 6: Portland Museum of Art - Portland, ME
Sep 30: Lumiere Music Hall - Los Angeles, CA
Sep 30:
Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center - Lincoln, NE

Oct 3: Oxnard Film Society - Oxnard, CA
Oct 7 & 9: Vancouver International Film Festival - Vancouver, BC
Oct 7-13: TIFF Bell Lightbox - Toronto, ON
Oct 7-11: Lark Theater - Larkspur, CA
Oct 8-9, 12: Austin Film Society - Austin, TX
Oct 10: Festival du Nouveau Cinéma - Montreal, QC
Oct 12-20: Loft Film Festival - Tucson, AZ
Oct 19-24: Indie Memphis - Memphis, TN
Oct 20: Amherst Cinema - Amherst, MA
Oct 27-30: Dairy Arts Center - Boulder, CO
Oct 28-30: UCR Arts - Riverside, CA


Nov 18-24: Roxie Theater - San Francisco, CA




Festivals & Awards


Winner - Sundance Film Festival - Special Jury Award: Acting
Winner - Outfest: Los Angeles - Outstanding Screenwriting
Winner - True Vision Award - True/False Film Festival
Winner - Grand Jury Prize - International Film Festival Boston
Official Selection - New Directors/New Films
Official Selection - San Sebastian Film Festival

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