“Loveless” is the perfect title for Andrey Zvyagintsev’s 2017 tragedy about a missing child and two of the worst parents in movie history. Because Zvyagintsev equates that cold-hearted couple with the Russian state he was compelled to find financing from three other countries. The finished product overcame political pushback from Moscow and snared the Jury Prize at 2017’s Cannes Festival and even managed to win top prizes from the Russian Guild of Film Critics.
About Eduardo Rodriguez
Eduardo Rodriguez hails from Caracas, Venezuela. He studied Communications before coming to The Florida State University Film School to polish his training. He worked professionally as an editor and writer in his native country before coming to the US. In 2002 his thesis short film Daughter earned him a three-picture deal with Dimension Films, a subsidiary company of Miramax Films. Since, Eduardo has helmed several feature films, TV shows and web series.