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Seville 2017

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Review: The Wild Season

Review: The Wild Season

Newcomer Anxos Fazáns directs a small, delicate and intimate adaptation of a novel about three young people and the (intimate) spaces between them  

15/11/2017 | Seville 2017 | Resistencias

The Nothing Factory  pockets Seville's Golden Giraldillo

The Nothing Factory pockets Seville's Golden Giraldillo

The top prize at the 14th European Film Festival held in the Andalusian capital has gone to nearby Portugal, which produced this highly acclaimed political film  

13/11/2017 | Seville 2017 | Awards

Penélope: The art of waiting

Penélope: The art of waiting

Eva Vila’s most recent feature is a free-flowing interpretation of one of Homer’s classic myths, shot in rural surroundings with amateur actors, passing on a legacy on the brink of extinction  

13/11/2017 | Seville 2017 | Competition

Pin Cushion: An adolescence from hell

Pin Cushion: An adolescence from hell

British filmmaker Deborah Haywood’s debut is an intimate and fierce social critique  

11/11/2017 | Seville 2017 | The New Waves

The Gulf: There’s something rotten in the state of Turkey

The Gulf: There’s something rotten in the state of Turkey

Through an allegorical, dystopian story, debutant Emre Yeksan raises awareness of a possible catastrophic event, while making a clear social comment on his homeland  

11/11/2017 | Seville 2017 | The New Waves

Colo: When family ties become shackles

Colo: When family ties become shackles

One of Portugal’s most celebrated directors, Teresa Villaverde, directs a bleak alienation drama  

11/11/2017 | Seville 2017 | The New Waves

Mrs. Hyde, the glacial coldness of a burning woman

Mrs. Hyde, the glacial coldness of a burning woman

The latest feature-length film by French director Serge Bozon features the incredible Isabelle Huppert  

11/11/2017 | Seville 2017 | The New Waves

A dilemma in the face of The Intruder

A dilemma in the face of The Intruder

Cohesion, rigour and balance are the three pillars of Leonardo Di Costanzo’s second film, offering further proof of skills honed during his career as a documentary filmmaker  

11/11/2017 | Seville 2017 | The New Waves

FILM FOCUS: Before Summer Ends

FILM FOCUS: Before Summer Ends

Maryam Goormaghtigh’s first feature film takes us through the sunny streets of southern France, between laughter and tears, sadness and hope  

11/11/2017 | Seville 2017 | The New Waves

Milla, a courageous and elegant homage to youth

Milla, a courageous and elegant homage to youth

Franco-Armenian director Valérie Massadian presents a touching portrait of a girl learning how to live  

11/11/2017 | Seville 2017 | The New Waves

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