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María Antón Cabot

Best movie in the section Revoluciones Permanentes of the Seville Festival, a film about teenage love and sex in these uncertain times.

17 FOIS CÉCILE CASSARD

Christophe Honoré

First film by Christophe Honoré, in which he incorporates all his cinephile fetishes, long dreamed.

ALICE T.

Radu Muntean

One of the most outstanding directors of the new wave of Romanian cinema films here an intense moral drama that explores the affective shock between a mother and her adopted daughter.

AMANDA

Mikhaël Hers

Vincent Lacoste offers one of the best performances of his career with this emotional drama about mourning and France hit by violence, far from all sentimentality. An essential film.

ANTHROPOCENE: THE HUMAN EPOCH

Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier i Edward Burtynsky

Documentary that follows the investigation of a group of scientists that investigates the profound changes caused by the passage of the human being on Earth.

ASAKO I & II

Ryûsuke Hamaguchi

The winner of the public prize at D'A 2016 released his latest film at the official section of Cannes with this story of youthful love that is becoming increasingly obscure and disturbing.

ARI Y YONAY PASAN EL RATO

Yonay Boix, Ariadna Onofri

D'A's old acquaintance, Yonay Boix joins forces with Ariadna Onofri to stand behind and in front of the camera in a pleasant exercise in cinematic impudence.

LA BELLE PERSONNE

Christophe Honoré

Sui generis adaptation of the classic of Madame de Lafayette, moved to one of the most chic districts of Paris and starring an iconic Léa Seydoux.

BELMONTE

Federico Veiroj

The most refined film of the Uruguayan director, endowed with a strange and hallucinated humor, capable of being misanthropic and at the same time humanist. A film about masculinities in crisis with a great authorial duel.

BÊTES BLONDES

Alexia Walther, Maxime Matray

Between surreal romanticism and absurd comedy, one of the most surprising titles of the year, an eccentric adventure about mourning, desire and melancholy that explores new territories of queer cinema.

BUTTERFLIES

Tolga Karaçelik

Jury Prize in the World Cinema section of the Sundance Festival, a generational drama with touches of black humor about three characters in crisis. And, at the same time, an exploration of the family within the Turkish culture.

LOS CAMPOS MAGNÉTICOS

Lluís de Sola

A mysterious and elusive film, a pure staging exercise that slowly transforms into a disturbing story of suspense.

CANTARES DE UNA REVOLUCIÓN

Ramón Lluís Bande

Bande continues to explore the memory and history in totally essential and exciting works, here accompanied by popular songs by the hand of Nacho Vegas.

CARELIA, INTERNACIONAL CON MONUMENTO

Andrés Duque

The winner of the Talents prize at D'A 2016 returns to the festival with a poetic and spiritual film located in a settlement near the border between Russia and Finland.

LA CARGA (TERET)

Ognjen Glavonic

The Serbian filmmaker delves into the most hidden and bloody wounds of the Balkan War with this dry and forceful political thriller.

LA CASA DE VERANO

Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

An exercise of self-fiction mark of the director, with a sardonic look at a bourgeois family very similar to that of the filmmaker herself.

LES CHANSONS D’AMOUR

Christophe Honoré

A classic of our time: the re-appropriation of the musical to the Demy in an extraordinary film starring Louis Garrel.

LA CIUDAD OCULTA

Victor Moreno

Visual poetry that penetrates the underground labyrinths of the city to give birth to an exciting aesthetic experience.

COINCOIN ET LES Z’INHUMAINS

Bruno Dumont

Second part of the referential series starring the small Quinquin, which is not so small and now calls himself Coincoin. A devastating comedy.

COLD LANDS

Iratxe Fresneda

A melancholy journey, in a filmic essay that traverses frames and landscapes with the intention that the look is not lost in oblivion.

CÓMPRAME UN REVÓLVER

Julio Hernández Cordón

From the hand of one of the most singular directors of the new Mexican cinema, a film that subverts the topics of narco films through a post-apocalyptic narration.

CONTINUER

Joachim Lafosse

A minimalist western that embarks Virginie Efira ( Victory cases ) on a journey through the steppes in a desperate attempt to close the gap with her son.

DANS PARIS

Christophe Honoré

Starring Louis Garrel and Romain Duris in the role of two very different brothers, was the consecration of the French director.

DE CHAQUE INSTANT

Nicolas Philibert

The director of Ser y tener directs this observational documentary that follows a group of nursing students who will soon have to face illness and human suffering.

DESPUÉS TAMBIÉN

Carla Simón

The director of Summer 1993 returns to the festival with this short that aims to raise awareness about AIDS, but does not abandon the luminosity of this very personal author.

DEUX FILS

Félix Moati

A caustic and at the same time emotive family portrait played by Vincent Lacoste and Benoîte Poelvoorde in a beautiful and endearing melancholic comedy.

EL DÍA QUE RESISTÍA

Alessia Chiesa

Alessia Chiesa debuts with a fascinating and disturbing film about the absence, starring three children awaiting the return of their parents.

DIANE

Kent Jones

The director of Hitchcock / Truffaut debuts with a fiction film that, under the guise of traditional indie drama, offers one of the most exciting female portraits of the year. Attention to the interpretation of Mary Kay Place.

ELS DIES QUE VINDRAN

Carlos Marqués-Marcet

One of the most anticipated Catalan films of the year, the new work by Carlos Marqués-Marcet transfers to fiction the actual pregnancy period of the actress Maria Rodríguez Soto with her partner David Verdaguer.

EIGHTH GRADE

Bo Burnham

Bo Burnham has an overflowing talent and in his debut as a filmmaker, signs a wonderful and atypical coming of age starring Elsie Fisher, nominated for the Golden Globes.

L’ÉPOQUE

Matthieu Bareyre

Shocking documentary that captures the mood of Parisian youth that goes from the attacks to the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo until the French presidential elections of 2017. Rabidly contemporary.

ESCAPADA

Sarah Hirtt

The relationship between three brothers begins to collapse when they come together to solve an inheritance. With the participation of Bruna Cusí, Sergi López or María León.

AN ELEPHANT SITTING STILL

Hu Bo

One of the revelations of the year, from the hand of a young director who disappeared prematurely, who portrays contemporary China in an unselfconscious manner.

LA ESTRELLA ERRANTE

Alberto Gracia

An uncanonical documentary that follows a lost character in a world that can no longer be his own. A lysergic and hypnotic adventure seen at the festivals of Rotterdam and Seville.

FAMILIA SUMERGIDA

María Alché

The winner of the Horizontes Latinos award in San Sebastian marks the debut in the direction of María Alché with a drama that explains the crisis of a middle-aged woman after the unexpected death of her sister.

FOURTEEN

Dan Sallitt

Sincere portrait, and darker than it seems at first sight, of an intense friendship between women. No doubt, one of the indie movies of the year with two exceptional protagonists.

FUNNY COW

Adrian Shergold

A work about a comedian of the seventies who began to make a name for herself in the masculinized northern stand-up circuit of England.

GRASS

Hong Sang-soo

One of the favorite directors of D'A Film Festival, Hong Sang-soo concentrates, in little more than an hour of footage, many of his usual constants with a black and white melancholy tone.

HAMADA

Eloy Domíguez Serén

An illuminating film, in which its director joins a refugee camp in the Sahara to develop a political chronicle in the form of a youth comedy, and vice versa.

HAPPY NEW YEAR, COLIN BURSTEAD

Ben Wheatley

A virtuous and referential filmmaker, Ben Wheatley returns with this black tragicomedy starring a man who sees his position as leader of a family in danger.

THE HARVESTERS

Etienne Kallos

A beautiful coming of age and, at the same time, a sharp portrait of the idea of ​​masculinity in the South African culture. One of the most emotional debuts of the year.

LOS HERMANOS SISTERS

Jacques Audiard

After winning the Palme d'Or at Cannes, Jacques Audiard signs his first film in English: a crepuscular western with a luxury cast that includes Joaquin Phoenix, John C. Reilly, Jake Gyllenhaal and Riz Ahmed.

LAS HIJAS DEL FUEGO

Albertina Carri

Few times female sexuality had been represented in the cinema in the way that this absolutely radical film by one of the flagship filmmakers of the new Argentine cinema does.

HIS MASTER’S VOICE

György Pálfi

From Hungary comes this atypical science fiction film in which a journalist travels to the United States in search of his father, a scientist who disappeared during the decade of the seventies.

UN HOMBRE FIEL

Louis Garrel

Key actor of the last French cinema, second film as director of Louis Garrel, who directs a romantic and luminous comedy that won the best script award in San Sebastian.

HOMME AU BAIN

Christophe Honoré

A film as pictorial as experimental that has as its protagonist François Sagat, star of gay porn movies.

HOTEL BY THE RIVER

Hong Sang-soo

Better actor in Locarno, and better film, script and actor in Gijón, one of the best films of Hong Sang-soo, a kind of moral tale on the life and the death, through two convergent stories.

L’ÎLE AU TRÉSOR

Guillaume Brac

An exceptional documentary that expresses a multicultural vision of the current French working class in the microcosm of a water park near Paris.

IN FABRIC

Peter Strickland

One of the most fascinating marcianadas of the year by the hand of one of the most enigmatic directors of British cinema, halfway between the giallo and the pure trash celebration.

JESUS

Hiroshi Okuyama

A film refers to the cinema of Yasujiro Ozu or Hirokazu Koreeda, starring a child facing a major life change. Guaranteed emotion.

A LAND IMAGINED

Yeo Siew Hua

The winner of the Golden Leopard at the Locarno Festival narrates the police investigation of the disappearance of a Chinese worker in Singapore. A social thriller with touches noir, which combines detective fiction with a dreamlike atmosphere.

LARGO VIAJE HACIA LA NOCHE

Bi Gan

After marveling with Kaili Blues, Bi Gan again breaks all the schemes with this filigree starring a man who seeks the woman he loved. Special 3D session at the Filmoteca de Catalunya.

LETTERS TO PAUL MORRISSEY

Armand Rovira

The director Paul Morrissey is the recipient of a series of letters that several characters send him to make him an unexpected accomplice of their misadventures.

LOVE ME NOT

Lluís Miñarro

The new film by Lluís Miñarro is a film about the sexual and identity ambiguity in which a young soldier becomes obsessed with the mysterious prisoner she guards.

LUCIÉRNAGAS

Bani Khoshnoudi

The filmmaker of Iranian origin is inspired by a real case that she read in the press to offer a reflection on the globalized situation of the exiles from an unusual LGTBI perspective.

MÉTAMORPHOSES

Christophe Honoré

Honoré transfers The metamorphoses to the periphery of Nimes with non-professional actors, mostly teenagers taken from the streets.

MI MADRE

Christophe Honoré

A story about the ecstasy of perdition, starring Isabelle Huppert, who plays the mother of Louis Garrel.

THE MOUNTAIN

Rick Alverson

One of the cult directors of the indie comedy made in the USA directs Jeff Goldblum and Tye Sheridan in a reflection on the manipulation and passivity of our society.

NINA

Olga Chajdas

From Poland we get this opera prima starring a woman who falls in love with the girl he had chosen with her husband as surrogate mother. A totally fascinating movie.

LAS NIÑAS BIEN

Alejandra Márquez

A penetrating portrait of social decadence and the dictatorship of gender roles, winner of the Malaga Award for the best Ibero-American film.

LA NOCHE NOS LLEVA

David González Rudiez

A dry and rotund fiction, one of the great surprises of recent Spanish cinema, in which the camera follows a young man who seems to wander aimlessly through the city.

NON MA FILLE, TU N’IRAS PAS DANSER

Christophe Honoré

Christophe Honoré returned to her native Brittany and placed Chiara Mastroianni at the center of the shot, where she definitively embraces her maturity as an actress.

NUESTRO TIEMPO

Carlos Reygadas

The Mexican helmer Carlos Reygadas signs an intimate and visceral dissection of romantic love as a modern western.

OJOS NEGROS

Marta Lallana, Ivet Castelo (amb la col·laboració d'Iván Alarcón i Sandra García)

Paula, a 14 year old girl, has to spend the summer in the town of Ojos Negros with her aunt and her grandmother, whom she barely knows

PAUL SANCHEZ EST REVENU!

Patricia Mazuy

Cahiers du cinéma placed in this year's top ten this extravagant and unclassifiable comedy, with western touches, starring Laurent Lafitte (Elle).

LOS PILARES

Javier Cástor Moreno, Claudia Negro, Lucía Touceda, Raúl Vallejo

A unique experience, an exciting film that turns inside out the format of home movies and was one of the surprises of the last Festival of Seville.

LA PORTUGUESA

Rita Azevedo

The Portuguese director adapts the text of the Austrian writer Robert Musil in a hypnotic and feminist film, another powerful portrait of a woman whom the historical context condemns to isolation.

QUIÉN LO IMPIDE: TÚ TAMBIÉN LO HAS VIVIDO

Jonás Trueba

Jonás Trueba returns to D'A with a macroproject, divided into four films, a call to transform the perception we have about youth and a way of understanding film creation.

RAY & LIZ

Richard Billingham

Debut in the direction of the prestigious Turner Award finalist Richard Billinghamb with an autofiction film based on his childhood memories. Awarded in Locarno and Sevilla.

THE RIVER

Emir Baigazin

The director of Harmony Lessons signs this moral drama starring five brothers who live confined in a remote place under the strict supervision of his father.

RUBEN BRANDT, COLLECTOR

Milorad Krstic

The European animation shows again his good health with this beautiful Hungarian film in which a psychoanalyst becomes the most wanted thief in the world.

SEASON OF THE DEVIL

Lav Diaz

Incredible musical film by one of the best directors in the world who delivers here a moral drama based on real events. The main song will stuck in your hearts forever.

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS

Virgil Vernier

The director of Mercuriales traces with his new film analysis of the nowadays France through several confluent realities in the technological park of the title.

SUEÑO FLORIANÓPOLIS

Ana Katz

Powerful study of class with appearance of family comedy, where an atypical Argentine family goes on vacations to the Brazilian city of the title. Mercedes Morán shines as the leading protagonist.

TARDE PARA MORIR JOVEN

Dominga Sotomayor

The young director won at the festivals of Locarno and Gijón the prize for the best direction with this coming-of-age story located in the Chile of the early nineties, after the fall of the dictator Pinochet.

TOUCH ME NOT

Adina Pintilie

Winner of the Golden Bear at the Berlin Festival, a radical look around sexual freedom, alternative forms of pleasure, taboos rooted in society and desire away from the traditional male perspective.

THE TOWER

Mats Grorud

A Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon is the scene of one of the successes of the last edition of the Animation Festival of Annecy with a work that combines stop-motion and traditional 2D.

UN VIOLENT DÉSIR DE BONHEUR

Clément Schneider

An opera prima set in the midst of the French Revolution and focuses attention on a monastery occupied by combat troops, to the anachronistic rhythm of Patti Smith.

VIVIR DEPRISA, AMAR DESPACIO

Christophe Honoré

Protagonist of the retrospective of D'A 2019, Honoré delves into her past to explain a love story at the beginning of the AIDS plague starring Vincent Lacoste and Pierre Deladonchamps.

WHAT YOU GONNA DO WHEN THE WORLD’S ON FIRE?

Roberto Minervini

Hybrid between fiction and documentary in which Minervini reflects on the racial fact in the contemporary United States through a choral story within the black community.

YOUNG & BEAUTIFUL

Marina Lameiro

A devastating film, witness of the disenchantment of the generation of young people around 30 years old.

YOUR FACE

Tsai Ming-liang

One of the most radical directors of Asian cinema films a series of very first close-ups, accompanied by the splendid music of the master Ryuichi Sakamoto, to reflect on the passage of time, human relationships and the great issues of existence.

EL ZOO

Gemma Blasco

Reality and fiction are confused in this film about life and its imitations, about power relations, about the spectators of this huge show in which the world has become.

ADALAMADRINA

Carlota Oms

The first short film by Carlota Oms has managed to become, in a very short time, an instant classic. He participated in the Sundance Festival.

AFTER-WORK

Manuel Palma

What starts as a conceptual short film ends up as a metaphor for our time. And a brilliant sound work has just shaped this powerful cinematographic hallucination.

LA ALEGRÍA DE VIVIR

Miguel Rojas

A runaway, exuberant fiction that mixes the experiences of the director with references to a few literary works to structure a story of mysterious beauty.

ANCORA LUCCIOLE

Maria Elorza

Exciting and illuminating film that addresses progress and loss, and the possibility of a new future, in a style that mixes film-essay with experimentation.

BOYFRIEND

David Moragas

Two young men who surrender and face each other in the game of love, in a spontaneous and calculated at the same time strategy, in which the film and the fact of filming these same relationships have a transcendental role.

LA CASA DE JULIO IGLESIAS

Natalia Marín

The new short film by Natalia Marín starts from the architecture to make visible some of the features of the great contemporary simulacrum.

CENDRA

Tariq Porter

Through the spaces and bodies, a rigorous and evocative staging, the director also tells us about the power of the cinema to summon silent spectra.

CORRE BRILLA LUZ LUZ

Miguel Ángel Blanca, Jordi Díaz Fernández

Short film by one of the great talents of the new Spanish cinema. Landscapes in the dark, strange and disconnected actions, an apocalyptic panorama.

LA COSA VUESTRA

María Cañas

Only María Cañas could go from making a joke about Spanish customs to talking about La Manada and macho violence, and with a totally heterogeneous montage.

DE L’AMITIÉ

Pablo García Canga

A beautiful staging exercise that explains a story of love and friendship between two men and one woman.

GRBAVICA

Manel Raga

Adaptation of a story by Franz Kafka in the line of Béla Tarr cinema, this short film goes back to the war of the Former Yugoslavia to build a polyhedral story shot in a fascinating black and white.

IT IS ALL RIGHT HERE

Teresa Sendagorta

Between the cinema and video art, the director plays with repetitions, decontextualized voices and other strategies to let glimpse a series of images that constantly reproduce themselves.

LOS QUE DESEAN

Elena López Riera

A poultry contest serves the voice of the director to elucubrate about her roots, the way she feels united and the inevitable distance that separates her from this world.

LA MALA FE

Elena Pauné, Eva Pauné, Marina Pauné

An ambiguous moral tale, a history of learning and initiation that never forgets the darkest zones of childhood, those that can mark us forever.

MILLIONS (AND MILLIONS) OF MEMORIES

Laura Rius Aran with the collaboration of Carlos Solano

The first part is a montage of home movies filmed by a woman fond of cruises. The second part pulls the thread of the first to get into fiction.

MUDANZA CONTEMPORÁNEA

Teo Guillem

In this short film, which could be a musical, someone who seems suspended between these two worlds moves, disguises, interacts with the objects left behind.

LA MUGRE

Pau Bösch, Berta Galvany

A single twenty-minute sequence-plan takes us from the bustle to the restlessness, to explain a history of indifference and incommunication.

ONLY FOOLS RUSH IN

David Moragas

In this short film, the film is revealed as the perfect instrument to show the sentimental and sexual complicity, as well as the sadness of the farewell.

UN PASEO POR NEW YORK HARBOR

Carolina Astudillo

A minimalist piece on the port of New York seen from different amateur looks. The cinema as a witness of our lives.

RAROTONGA

Àlex Brendemühl

Third part of the Trilogy of Error, by Àlex Brendemühl, one of the most original projects of the last Catalan cinema from burlesque to absurd comedy.

SUC DE SÍNDRIA

Irene Moray

The debutante Irene Moray films bodies and landscapes with a beautiful simplicity. And he manages to build an emotional story about femininity and the struggle to be happy. Starring Elena Martín (Júlia ist).

TE BUSCO EN TODOS

Celia Giraldo

A sensitive and solidary portrait of a woman in mid-life crisis, who mixes humor with a calculated distance.

TOMBENT LES HEURES

Blanca Camell Galí

A girl appears in an urban landscape with a suitcase. And, while searching for the boy who was thought to have left behind, he gets lost because of the places they both frequented.

TRES QUARTERES

Carlos Balbuena

What is the relationship between agriculture and cinema? A prodigy of observation and sensitivity, a film about time, a praise of calmness.

LA VEDA

Paco Chanivet

The images of a domestic video filmed on a cruise become something similar to a science fiction movie.

VIOLETA + GUILLERMO

Óscar Vincentelli

In five intense minutes, this piece mixes the language of the video clip, the home movie and the text messages to explain a love story.