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VIDEOFILIA (and Other Viral Syndromes)
Catalog No.: FTF-065 | 
In Theaters: December 2, 2016 | 
Director: Juan Daniel F. Molero| 
Length: 112 Minutes
 | Year: 2016


Peru's 2017 Oscar Submission for Best Foreign Film

Theatrical: Opens December 2nd, 2015

Available Digitally and in every other form: Early 2017













VIDEOFILIA (and Other Viral Syndromes) begins with a teenage misfit spending her first days out of school slacking, experimenting with drugs and cyberspace. She meets Junior online. He’s an aspiring amateur porn dealer, who's into conspiracy theories and is convinced that the Mayan Apocalypse is happening. Once they meet in the 'real world,' a series of bizarre events unfold in this contemporary non-love story portraying postmodern Lima as a glitchy computer virus full of corruption, psychedelia and ancient ruins. 

Videofilia is Peru's 2017 Oscar Submission

Written/Directed by Juan Daniel F. Molero
Produced by Juan Daniel F. Molero
Executive Produced by Héctor Velarde
Cinematography by Omar Quezada
Edited by Juan Daniel F. Molero
Music Composed by Carlos Gutiérrez Quiroga

CAST: Terom, Muki Sabogal, Michel Lovón, Liliana Albornoz, José Gabriel Alegría Sabogal,  Tilsa Otta, Alfredo Villar, Rafael Gutiérrez, Caterina Gueli Rojo, Manuel Siles and Nuria Zapaa 

FESTIVALS: International Rotterdam Film Festival, Lima Independiente Film Festival, Cinema Tropical Festival, Filmmadrid, New Horizons Film Festival, QCinema International Film Festival, Queerlisboa, Split Film Festival, Singapore International Film Festival, Festivale Lima Independente, Bogata International Film Festival and more 

The U.S. Theatrical run of the film is made possible by Marca Perú. Additional support is provided by Trade Commission of Peru, New York and Los Angeles; Cinema Tropical; and LatinLover.


“Videophilia casts a singular spell... Purely psychedelic...Mesmerizing, nearly horrifying."
-John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter

"Intellectually and viscerally piercing cinema."
-Tara Judah, Desistfilm 

"Allows us to understand what it is like to be young."
-Matt Macucci, Cinecola 

"A playful mashup of internet cafes, slackers, teen cybersex, amateur porn, acid trips, and guinea pigs as extras in an exorcism."
-Janneke Langelaan, IFFR

In Theaters 

December 2nd-8th, 2016
Spectacle Theater
Brooklyn, NY
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January 5th - 12th, 2017
Arena Cinema
Los Angeles , CA
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January 6th - 12th, 2017
Roxie Theater
San Francisco, CA 
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