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David González


309 articles available in total starting from 12/11/2013. Last article published on 01/10/2020.

Anima Festival salutes Buffalo Bill and The Art of Happiness

Anima Festival salutes Buffalo Bill and The Art of Happiness

The festival’s audience prize goes to the French and Italian movies, while the jury presents awards to a varied selection of short films  

10/03/2014 | Anima 2014

Aunt Hilda!: a mission among the flowers

Aunt Hilda!: a mission among the flowers

The latest production from Folimage, directed by Jacques-Rémy Girerd, uses hand-drawn and traditional imagery to raise awareness of nature  

07/03/2014 | Anima 2014

Alessandro Rak  • Director

Interview: Alessandro Rak • Director

“In animation, there is meaning in everything you put on the screen”

The Italian filmmaker explores time, space, sadness and happiness in his film The Art of Happiness, shown at Brussels’ Anima Festival  

05/03/2014

The Art of Happiness: the rain of life

The Art of Happiness: the rain of life

Italian director Alessandro Rak asks through mixed animation what lies beyond the ordinary life of a Neapolitan taxi driver  

03/03/2014 | Anima 2014

Anima sketches out Brussels’ grand week of animated films

Anima sketches out Brussels’ grand week of animated films

Belgium’s animated-film festival will showcase 15 feature films – including Hayao Miyazaki’s and studio Folimage’s latest works – and 143 short films  

26/02/2014 | Festivals | Belgium

Farewell to the Moon: farewell to innocence

Farewell to the Moon: farewell to innocence

Dutch director Dick Tuinder presents a successful portrait of the destruction of a family in the 1970s in the middle of the social revolution in Rotterdam  

30/01/2014 | IFFR 2014

Something Must Break: breaking barriers

Something Must Break: breaking barriers

Ester Martin Bergsmark emerges through adolescence, love and sexuality in this disinhibited, emotional and surprising portrait in competition for a Tiger Award  

30/01/2014 | IFFR 2014

Luis Miñarro ­• Director

Interview: Luis Miñarro ­• Director

“I find continuing to make this kind of film hard”

Producer Luis Miñarro jumps to directing a feature length fiction film, Falling Star, which offers an original and disinhibited vision of Spanish history. In competition in Rotterdam  

29/01/2014

Falling Star: history’s obsession

Falling Star: history’s obsession

The Catalan producer jumps into fiction with a singular and audacious portrait of Amedeo of Savoy, in the running for a Tiger Award  

28/01/2014 | IFFR 2014

A film festival beyond borders: IFFR Live!

A film festival beyond borders: IFFR Live!

IFFR launches a bold new initiative that aims to take the festival’s films to other European countries simultaneously  

28/01/2014 | IFFR 2014

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