Nelson Serrano: I’m Innocent will be featured at MIPDoc and MIPTV, together its award-winning filmmaker Jeanette Hinostroza.
GRB Entertainment announced that it is featuring controversial factual crime documentary Nelson Serrano: I’m Innocent at MIPDoc and MIPTV, with its award-winning filmmaker coming to Cannes. Ecuadorian Journalist Filmmaker Jeanette Hinostroza will be a featured speaker at the Documentary Campus-produced MIPDoc panel “True Crime: What’s the Buzz” on Saturday, April 2.
Nelson Serrano: I’m Innocent is a compelling documentary telling the story of Nelson Serrano, an immigrant businessman, who is currently on Death Row in Florida. Serrano was illegally taken from his home in Ecuador to face a corrupt trial in Florida where he was convicted of murdering four people. Now Serrano, his family, and his lawyers seek to prove his innocence for a crime he could not have committed.
MIPDoc is the leading factual co-production, screenings and conference event based in Cannes, France. Documentary Campus is one of Europe’s most renowned professional training initiatives. For MIPDoc 2016, Documentary Campus designs a conference programme of six film industry workshops and panels focusing on production and distribution of factual.