Spanish cinema hits international festivals. This year it has stood out, so far, at the Rotterdam Festival and the Berlinale, and at D’A 2024 we will have some of the titles called to be part of the films of the year. From the bizarre Lolo & Sosaku – The Western Archive by Sergio Caballero (director of Finisterrae and creator of the image of the Sónar festival) to Historia de pastores by Jaime Puertas, the return of the director of the unclassifiable El páramo that stood out at the D’ In 2020.

Recently landed in the Forum section of the Berlinale 2024, Canarian director Macu Machín makes her debut with the stimulating La hojarasca. Liliana Torres’ new and long-awaited work, Mamífera, starring Maria Rodríguez and Enric Auquer, which will have its Spanish premiere at D’A 2024 after passing through SXSW in Texas. Llobàs, the second feature film by Pau Calpe (Tros), a suggestive psychological drama with Pol López among its protagonists. And finally, the world premiere of Un lugar común, Celia Giraldo’s feature directorial debut in a film starring the great Eva Llorach, in a story of identity crisis and generational clash.