Movies

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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.

ARI Y YONAY PASAN EL RATO

Yonay Boix, Ariadna Onofri

D'A's old acquaintance, Yonay Boix joins forces with Ariadna Onofri to stand behind and in front of the camera in a pleasant exercise in cinematic impudence.

LOS CAMPOS MAGNÉTICOS

Lluís de Sola

A mysterious and elusive film, a pure staging exercise that slowly transforms into a disturbing story of suspense.

CANTARES DE UNA REVOLUCIÓN

Ramón Lluís Bande

Bande continues to explore the memory and history in totally essential and exciting works, here accompanied by popular songs by the hand of Nacho Vegas.

LA CIUDAD OCULTA

Victor Moreno

Visual poetry that penetrates the underground labyrinths of the city to give birth to an exciting aesthetic experience.

LA ESTRELLA ERRANTE

Alberto Gracia

An uncanonical documentary that follows a lost character in a world that can no longer be his own. A lysergic and hypnotic adventure seen at the festivals of Rotterdam and Seville.

HAMADA

Eloy Domíguez Serén

An illuminating film, in which its director joins a refugee camp in the Sahara to develop a political chronicle in the form of a youth comedy, and vice versa.

LETTERS TO PAUL MORRISSEY

Armand Rovira

The director Paul Morrissey is the recipient of a series of letters that several characters send him to make him an unexpected accomplice of their misadventures.

LA NOCHE NOS LLEVA

David González Rudiez

A dry and rotund fiction, one of the great surprises of recent Spanish cinema, in which the camera follows a young man who seems to wander aimlessly through the city.

LOS PILARES

Javier Cástor Moreno, Claudia Negro, Lucía Touceda, Raúl Vallejo

A unique experience, an exciting film that turns inside out the format of home movies and was one of the surprises of the last Festival of Seville.

YOUNG & BEAUTIFUL

Marina Lameiro

A devastating film, witness of the disenchantment of the generation of young people around 30 years old.

EL ZOO

Gemma Blasco

Reality and fiction are confused in this film about life and its imitations, about power relations, about the spectators of this huge show in which the world has become.