Roberto Doveris


Roberto Doveris launches Niña Niño Films in 2010, and since then he has produced the feature films “Las Plantas” (Plants, 2016), “Víctima Potencial” (Potential Victim, 2018), “El Príncipe” (The Prince, 2019) and “El Pa(de)ciente” (Patiently Enduring Suffering, in post-production).

He has worked for 5 years as Editor in Chief in CinemaChile, the international agency to promote Chilean cinema abroad. His first film as director “Plants” was premiered in Berlinale Generation 14+ and won the Best Feature Award from the International Jury and a Special Mention from the Young Jury, besides being awarded in Quito Film Festival and opening the Latin American Competition at Bafici. As a producer, he has premiered “Potential Victim” (Dir. Nicolás Guzmán) in Rebels With a Cause at Tallin Black Nights POFF, and the international co-production between Chile, Argentine and Belgium “The Prince” (Dir. Sebastián Muñoz) at the Critic’s Week in Venice Film Festival, where it won the Queer Lion Award, just before going to San Sebastian’s Horizontes Latinos.  His last project “Patient(ly) Enduring Suffering” (Dir. Constanza Fernández) is in post-production stage and it will be the first Chilean film funded by the new regulations for Cultural Donations under Chilean law.


As Editor, Roberto Doveris was involved in “Little White Lies” (Dir. Tomás Alzamora, 2017), winner as Best Script in Miami IFF, the comedy “Swing” (Dir. Luis Smok, 2018), distributed by BF in Chile and Peru, and the documentary “Monster” (Dir. Lucas Quintana, 2018), premiered in FICGuadalajara.


As director and producer, he has been participated in Nuevas Miradas de EICTV (Cuba),  the Colón Workshop at Fundación Typa (Argentina), Sanfic Industria (Chile), NALIP (Los Angeles), Lobo Lab (Mar del Plata), Paris Co-Production Village (Francia), Berlinale Talents (Alemania) and was invited in the Raymundo Gleyzer Program by INCAA (Argentina). He has been awarded in Encuentros Cartagena (Colombia), in BAL of BAFICI (Argentina) and in Australab of FicValdivia (Chile).