Best movie in the section Revoluciones Permanentes of the Seville Festival, a film about teenage love and sex in these uncertain times.
DE CHAQUE INSTANT
(France, 1951) He studied philosophy before he co-directed, with Gérard Mordillat, his first documentary, La voix de son maitre, in 1978. He has since signed over ten films including Ser y tener (2002) which was awarded the Prix Louis-Delluc and was nominated for Best Film at the César Awards. He’s one of the best contemporary documentary makers.
De chaque instant (2018), La maison de la radio (2013), Retour en Normandie (2007), Ser y tener (2002), Le pays des sourds (1992), La Ville Louvre (1990)