Topic: First Feature

17 FOIS CÉCILE CASSARD

Christophe Honoré

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.