Dream Big Pictures
Dream Big Pictures is an emerging company focused on telling stories through documentaries and Transmedia projects. Among his accomplishments are: the short film 35 and single released on the website of NYTimes that went viral on social networks and major media worldwide; 35 and single, feature documentary film, premiered at FICG Guadalajara 2015; Get Over it, Transmedia Project; and Guru Stories, an upcoming documentary on Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.
Its founder, Paula Schargorodsky, has won awards such as: TFI Latin America Media Arts Fund; NFB prize and Power to the Pixel- Arte International Prize.
MOTTO PICTURES specializes in producing and executive producing documentary features. Motto secures financing, builds distribution strategies and creatively develops films with an eye toward maximizing the position of each project in the domestic and international markets.
In Lingala, TALA means TO LOOK, whereas TALATALA symbolizes a MIRROR, that object which reflects our own image and helps us know ourselves. In 2009, in Barcelona, Spain, we created TALATALA with the intention of bridging the North-South divide and establishing South-South links in audiovisual production and education.
Over the past years we have had the honour of being invited and acknowledged by great events such as Cannes Film Festival, Berlinale, Tribeca, Visions du Rèel, Hotdocs International Documentary Film Festival and the Riviera Maya Film Festival.