Cannes Film Fest 2017 Spotlight: Barbara de la Fuente


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It’s always apt to highlight talented ladies who enchant across multiple mediums and Barbara de la Fuente is doing so with vivacity. At Cannes, she’s the leading lady of the short “The Kiss”. Barbara recently appeared on TV as Senator Correia in “Designated Survivor” who was one of the senators who voted against the gun bill proposed by President Tom Kirkman (Kiefer Sutherland). On the digital front, she can be seen in the hilarious new web series “My Roommate’s an Escort” playing a rather eccentric woman who can be quite sneaky. With triple the opportunity to watch Barbara, there’s bound to moments to be savoured by a cross section of viewers.

“The Kiss” sees her as Mrs. Tancredi, a mother who is summoned to her son’s school because of an incident that took place earlier on that day, revealing a slice of society that’s both unexpected and defies long-held conventions. She’s both the star and writer of this dramatic short which will hold our avid interest especially since it extols tolerance with an LGBTQ theme. Barbara is an award winning actress, author, producer, arts promoter and entrepreneur with notably her short film “Cut and Fried” receiving multiple nominations across the festival circuit. This Brazilian-born Canadian has proven to be enchantingly versatile as she is juggling multiple roles behind the lens. Let’s shower Barbara with our passion as she delivers stories that come from the heart.

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Do keep up with the latest updates at the Barbara de la Fuente Official Site

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