Topic: Female Director

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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