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Seville 2019


73 articles available in total starting from 15/11/2018. Last article published on 04/12/2019.

Review: Adiós

Review: Adiós

Following a successful career in the USA, Paco Cabezas returns to his native Seville with a suspenseful thriller about warring neighbours, family dramas, police corruption and the Andalusian mob  

27/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019

Review: The Innocence

Review: The Innocence

Lucía Alemany’s debut feature, a fiction film about adolescent angst filmed in her own home town, and one of the first films to benefit from the support of The Screen, shimmers with truth  

25/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | New Directors

Review: Zumiriki

Review: Zumiriki

VENICE 2019: Oskar Alegría’s second feature film is a cinematographic poem on human attempts to prevent the deterioration of memory  

10/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Orizzonti

Valentyn Vasyanovych  • Director of Atlantis

Interview: Valentyn Vasyanovych • Director of Atlantis

“In Ukraine, you have to be an optimist”

VENICE 2019: With the help of producer Vladimir Yatsenko, this time providing interpretation, Cineuropa chatted to Valentyn Vasyanovych about Atlantis, named Best Film in this year’s Orizzonti  

09/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Orizzonti

Robert Guédiguian  • Director of Gloria Mundi

Interview: Robert Guédiguian • Director of Gloria Mundi

“I don’t judge my characters; I judge the society that produces them”

VENICE 2019: Two years after The House by the Sea, Cineuropa reunites with French filmmaker Robert Guédiguian at Venice to discuss Gloria Mundi  

08/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Review: The Mafia Is No Longer What It Used to Be

Review: The Mafia Is No Longer What It Used to Be

VENICE 2019: The documentary by the derisive provocateur Franco Maresco is filmed in Palermo on Falcone and Borsellino Day and guests-stars the great photographer Letizia Battaglia  

06/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Rodrigo Sorogoyen  • Director of Madre

Interview: Rodrigo Sorogoyen • Director of Madre

“As soon as you see a woman in her forties and a young boy, there’s something that doesn't work”

VENICE 2019: Cineuropa chatted with Spanish helmer Rodrigo Sorogoyen about his feature Madre, playing in the Orizzonti section  

06/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Orizzonti

Review: Gloria Mundi

Review: Gloria Mundi

VENICE 2019: Robert Guédiguian brings some much-needed humour to the main competition, none of which is intentional  

06/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Roy Andersson  • Director of About Endlessness

Interview: Roy Andersson • Director of About Endlessness

“My agenda is having the audience wishing the film would never end – I feel I’ve almost succeeded”

VENICE 2019: We sat down with Sweden’s Roy Andersson to discuss his latest musing on existence, About Endlessness, screening in competition  

05/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Review: Atlantis

Review: Atlantis

VENICE 2019: Valentyn Vasyanovych finds love in a hopeless place in one of the most interesting films screening in Orizzonti  

05/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Orizzonti