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The Silent House Remake Finds Distribution

It was just at this year's AFM that we reported the directing team of Chris Kentis and Laura Lau (Open Water) were getting behind an English language remake of La Casa Muda, aka Silent House, the first Latin American film to be shot entirely with a professional photo camera that also happened to be filmed in one single 80-minute sequence shot! Well guess what?

New Stills From the Original Silent House La Casa Muda

While the remake is making a lot of noise over at the Sundance Film Festival, some new stills for the original Silent House (La Casa Muda) have made their way online! Dig it!

Sundance 2011: The Silent House Remake Ready to Make Noise!

Talk about moving fast! It was just at this year's AFM that we reported the directing team of Chris Kentis and Laura Lau (Open Water) were getting behind an English language remake of La Casa Muda, aka Silent House, the first Latin American film to be shot entirely with a professional photo camera that also happened to be filmed in one single 80-minute sequence shot!

AFM 2010: Open Water Team Dive Into the Silent House

The prospect of a horror movie filmed in one continuous shot is a herculean feat to say the least. La Casa Muda, aka Silent House, the first Latin American film to be shot entirely with a professional photo camera that also happened to be filmed in one single 80-minute sequence shot, achieved this feat. So of course we have to remake it here!

English-Subbed Teaser Trailer and Posters for La Casa Muda

About a month ago we first learned about La Casa Muda, the first Latin American film to be shot entirely with a professional photo camera that also happened to be filmed in one single 72-minute sequence shot. And now we have an English-subbed teaser trailer to check out to see how things are progressing.

New Stills from La Casa Muda (The Silent House)

Uruguay isn't the first country that comes to mind in terms of film innovations, but producer Gustavo Rojo is about to change that perception with La Casa Muda, the first Latin American film to be shot entirely with a professional photo camera that also happened to be filmed in one single 72-minute sequence shot.