NI OBLIT NI PERDÓ

NI OBLIT NI PERDÓ

Valencia, 2003. Betlem returns home to spend a few days with her family in the town that has seen her grow. But this town hides a sad character that, as much as she wants to avoid, always ends up returning to remind her that there are things that can never be forgotten. And they cannot be forgiven either.

World premiere

Jordi Boquet Claramunt

Jordi Boquet Claramunt

(Cervera, 1994) He began his audiovisual studies at the EMAV, later jumping to ESCAC, where in 2014 started his university degree specializing in Film Direction. Ni oblit ni perdó, his first short film, is inspired by the posthumous story of Guillem Agulló.

FILMOGRAPHY

Ni oblit ni perdó (curt, 2019)

ROUBAIX, UNE LUMIÈRE

Arnaud Desplechin

The acclaimed French director shoots in his hometown a noir film faithful to the genre but also subversive with its references, including Hitchcock's The Wrong Man.

A STORMY NIGHT

David Moragas

Alan is forced to let a room in his house to a friend's friend who can't travel because of a canceled flight. A film that approaches the gay issue without trauma or complexes.

ABOU LEILA

Amin Sidi-Boumédine

Algeria, 1994. Two men undertake a trip through the desert in search of the author of an attack. During the journey, however, it seems that everything becomes strange, as if reality was slowly giving way.