Movies

AMANDA

Mikhaël Hers

Vincent Lacoste offers one of the best performances of his career with this emotional drama about mourning and France hit by violence, far from all sentimentality. An essential film.

ASAKO I & II

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.

BELMONTE

Federico Veiroj

The most refined film of the Uruguayan director, endowed with a strange and hallucinated humor, capable of being misanthropic and at the same time humanist. A film about masculinities in crisis with a great authorial duel.

BUTTERFLIES

Tolga Karaçelik

Jury Prize in the World Cinema section of the Sundance Festival, a generational drama with touches of black humor about three characters in crisis. And, at the same time, an exploration of the family within the Turkish culture.

CÓMPRAME UN REVÓLVER

Julio Hernández Cordón

From the hand of one of the most singular directors of the new Mexican cinema, a film that subverts the topics of narco films through a post-apocalyptic narration.

FOURTEEN

Dan Sallitt

Sincere portrait, and darker than it seems at first sight, of an intense friendship between women. No doubt, one of the indie movies of the year with two exceptional protagonists.

LAS HIJAS DEL FUEGO

Albertina Carri

Few times female sexuality had been represented in the cinema in the way that this absolutely radical film by one of the flagship filmmakers of the new Argentine cinema does.

L’ÎLE AU TRÉSOR

Guillaume Brac

An exceptional documentary that expresses a multicultural vision of the current French working class in the microcosm of a water park near Paris.

THE MOUNTAIN

Rick Alverson

One of the cult directors of the indie comedy made in the USA directs Jeff Goldblum and Tye Sheridan in a reflection on the manipulation and passivity of our society.

THE RIVER

Emir Baigazin

The director of Harmony Lessons signs this moral drama starring five brothers who live confined in a remote place under the strict supervision of his father.

TARDE PARA MORIR JOVEN

Dominga Sotomayor

The young director won at the festivals of Locarno and Gijón the prize for the best direction with this coming-of-age story located in the Chile of the early nineties, after the fall of the dictator Pinochet.