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57 articles available in total starting from 18/05/2010. Last article published on 24/07/2020.

Review: The Island of Lies

Review: The Island of Lies

Paula Cons’ crime drama reconstructs a real-life disaster – the 1921 sinking of the Santa Isabel in Galicia – and the ensuing investigation that blew the lid off a dark web of corruption and abuse  

24/07 | Films | Reviews | Spain/Argentina/Portugal

Review: Moira

Review: Moira

The open wounds caused by Argentina’s bloody, military dictatorship are at the heart of Daniel Lovecchio’s drama, which unfolds across two eras  

15/05 | Films | Reviews | Argentina/Spain

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day Case Study: One in a Thousand II

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day Case Study: One in a Thousand II

Industry Panel

BERLINALE 2020: A closer look at European-Latin American co-production One in a Thousand, directed by Clarisa Navas, centre of a case study at the World Cinema Fund Day  

26/03 | Berlinale 2020

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day Case Study: One in a Thousand I

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day Case Study: One in a Thousand I

Industry Panel

BERLINALE 2020: A closer look at European-Latin American co-production One in a Thousand, directed by Clarisa Navas, centre of a case study at the World Cinema Fund Day  

26/03 | Berlinale 2020

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day: Director's Talk with Clarisa Navas

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day: Director's Talk with Clarisa Navas

Industry Panel

BERLINALE 2020: Argentina's Clarisa Navas, director of Panorama opener One in a Thousand, discusses images, love as resistance and locations as identities with WCF head Vincenzo Bugno  

26/03 | Berlinale 2020

Review: Makongo

Review: Makongo

Elvis Sabin Ngaïbino puts his name to an immersive and moving documentary on an unshakeable desire for education against all odds amidst an outsider community  

18/03 | Cinéma du réel 2020

Benjamín Domenech  • Producer of Infanta

Interview: Benjamín Domenech • Producer of Infanta

“Our film needs to feel like a growing fever, a contagious spirit that can reflect on the present from the perspective of the past”

We chatted to Benjamín Domenech, the producer of Infanta, which won the €20,000 Eurimages Co-production Development Award at IFFR earlier this year  

11/03 | IFFR 2020 | IFFR Pro

Review: A Common Crime

Review: A Common Crime

BERLINALE 2020: Argentina’s Francisco Márquez denounces the persecution of civilians in his psychological thriller about a woman who unwittingly becomes an accessory to a crime  

27/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama

Review: Window Boy Would Also Like To Have A Submarine

Review: Window Boy Would Also Like To Have A Submarine

BERLINALE 2020: Uruguay director Alex Piperno makes his debut with a fantastical tale about a sailor who travels through space and time aboard a cruise ship with magical portals  

24/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Forum

Review: One in a Thousand

Review: One in a Thousand

BERLINALE 2020: The expression “growing pains” was coined for a reason, as proven by Clarisa Navas’ sophomore feature, which has opened the Panorama section of the Berlinale  

21/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama

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