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This is the life story of Carlos Jauregui, the most important LGBTQ activist in Argentina in the 80s and 90s.  His leadership and tenacity led to greater equality, dignity and visibility for the LGBTQ movement in Argentina.



Best Documentary, Audience award– LesGaiCineMad

Best Documentary Director, Jury’s award – LesGaiCineMad

Opening Festival Film - AMOR, Festival Internacional LGBT+, Santiago, Chile



Asterisco LGBTIQ International Film Festival, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ciclo de Cine LGBT de la Frontera, Cuernavaca, Mexico

Festival Cordillera, Festival de cine ecuatoriano en Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argetina

MiFO, LGBT Film Festivals, Miami, USA

MIX MEXICO, Festival de Diversidad Sexual de Cine y Video, Mexico City, México

Muestra de Cine Queer, Bucaramanga, Colombia


Festival de Cine, Diversidad sexual y DD. HH., La Paz, Bolivia.

MIC Género Tour, Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico

Durban Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, Durban, South Africa

FIDBA – Festival Internacional de Documental de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Llamale H - Festival Internacional de Cine de Diversidad Sexual, Montevideo, Uruguay

SQIFF – Scottish Queer International Film Festival, Scotland, UK

Espacio Queer, Festival Internacional de Cine de Diversidad Sexual, La Plata, Argentina

LesGaiCineMad, Madrid, España

FESTIVQ, Caracas, Venezuela



Lucas Santa Ana graduated as Writer of the ENERC-INCAA (National School of Experimentation and Filmmaking from Argentina). He participated in the Talent Campus Buenos Aires in 2005 with his screenplay "Como una novia sin sexo." (Bromance). The script was selected in 2006 to the script contest at La Habana International Film Festival. He wrote and directed short films among which are: Vida Nueva (2013-direction), a familiar air (2013-script and direction), Keys (2011-script and direction), The incredible story of Asterion and Clotilda (2002-script ). The "Keys", a short film won the Audience Award at the festival Libercine 2011 and participated in several festivals around the world. After finishing his debut feature he is in the process of filming "The Unforgettable homo. Carlos Jauregui’s life" a documentary about the renowned LGBT Argentinian activist.  He wrote the feature films "Schaffhaus" directed by Alberto Masliah and "Rouge Amargo" directed by Gustavo Cova both commercially premiered.


Catalog # EPF16028; UPC: 6 6-82086-16028-3;  ISBN: 978-1-933724-68-3; NTSC

81 Minutes; Copyright 2017;  Spanish, English Subtitles

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