Giancarlo Nasi



Giancarlo Nasi is a film producer, political scientist, and intellectual property lawyer. Founder and President of the Chilean Academy of Cinematic Arts, and a university professor at various film schools in Chile and abroad. Specialized in international co-productions, working with over 17 countries in more than 15 films, through his company Quijote Films in Chile. Advisor and panelist in some of the most prominent festivals worldwide, such as Rotterdam Lab, Sundance CoLab, and South by Southwest. Among his films stand out “Land and Shade” by César Acevedo, winner of the Camera d'Or Award at the Cannes Film Festival, “Oblivion Verses” by Alireza Khatami, premiered in the Orizzonti section of the Venice Film Festival where it won the Lion for Best Screenplay, “Lina from Lima” by María Paz González, part of the Discovery Section of the Toronto Film Festival, and “White on white” by Theo Court, winner of the Lion for Best Director in the Venice Film Festival.

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