As I searched the streets of Taipei for faces to film, some verses began to appear in my mind. I wrote them down: There is some light, there is a story. Your face tells of the passage of time and places you have journeyed. In your eyes, there is a tinge of confusion and sadness. There is some light, there is a story. Your face tells of love and the places it hides in. In your eyes, there is a sparkle and some darkness. This is the meaning of the film.

Spanish premiere
Eligible for: Premi del públic

Tsai Ming-Liang

Tsai Ming-Liang

(Malaysia, 1957) He is one of the most prominent film directors of the new cinema movement in Taiwan. In 1994, his film Vive l’amour was awarded the Golden Lion award at the Venice Film Festival, and this helped establish a place for him in the world of international film. His 10th full-length feature Stray Dogs (2013) was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the 70th Venice Film Festival.


Your Face (2018), Sand (2018), Afternoon (2015), Stray Dogs (2013, D’A 2014), Face (2009), What Time is It There? (2001), El sabor de la sandía (2005), Goodbye Dragon Inn (2003), The Hole (1998), Rebels of the Neon God (1992)


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.


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.


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.