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59 articles available in total starting from 18/05/2010. Last article published on 21/09/2020.

Review: Death Will Come and Shall Have Your Eyes

Review: Death Will Come and Shall Have Your Eyes

Chilean director José Luis Torres Leiva unveils his latest work: a contemplative cinematic poem about our fear of death  

28/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | Competition

Juan Sebastián Torales  • Director of Almamula

Interview: Juan Sebastián Torales • Director of Almamula

“Everybody has felt misunderstood at some point in their lives”

Cineuropa caught up with Argentinian filmmaker Juan Sebastián Torales, now settled in France, whose first full-length feature, Almamula, has just earned him a gong from Eurimages at San Sebastián  

26/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | San Sebastián Industry

Review: Heroic Losers

Review: Heroic Losers

The Daríns are co-producing and starring in the adaptation of Eduardo Sacheri’s Argentine novel La noche de la Usina, directed by Sebastián Borensztein with mixed results  

26/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | Special Screenings

Alejandro Amenábar  • Director of While at War

Interview: Alejandro Amenábar • Director of While at War

"Changing our minds is what makes us human"

The man behind smash hits such as The Others and Agora returns to historical period films with While at War, in which he relives a decisive political moment in 20th-century Spanish history  

22/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | Competition

Review: While At War

Review: While At War

Alejandro Amenábar reconstructs a difficult and decisive moment in Spanish history with his usual sense of precision, but he doesn’t manage to inject the emotion and energy this conflict requires  

20/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | Competition

Review: The Moneychanger

Review: The Moneychanger

Uruguay’s Federico Veiroj has put his name to a black comedy about Latin America’s historical and financial past, revolving around a greedy currency-exchange expert  

17/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Platform

Review: Those That, at a Distance, Resemble Another

Review: Those That, at a Distance, Resemble Another

Argentine-British filmmaker Jessica Sarah Rinland makes her debut with a poetic essay on conservation and restoration processes carried out in museums  

06/09/2019 | Toronto 2019 | Wavelengths

Review: The Prince

Review: The Prince

VENICE 2019: Chile’s Sebastián Muñoz makes his debut with an erotic prison drama about the homosexual awakening of an inmate surrounded by extreme violence  

30/08/2019 | Venice 2019 | International Film Critics’ Week

Maura Delpero  • Director of Maternal

Interview: Maura Delpero • Director of Maternal

"“Hogars” have an amplifying effect, they’re places where the consequences of motherhood can be observed in all their virulence"

We sat down with Italian filmmaker Maura Delpero to discuss her first fiction film, Maternal, which was screened in competition at the Locarno Film Festival  

16/08/2019 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

Review: Maternal

Review: Maternal

Nuns are trying to guide teen mothers in this hot and simmering Argentine-set tale directed by Italy's Maura Delpero  

09/08/2019 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

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