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Cristóbal Soage


34 articles available in total starting from 22/03/2017. Last article published on 15/11/2019.

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Review: County Lines

Review: County Lines

British director Henry Blake impresses with a realistic, gritty and caustic drama brimming with humanity, an excellent feature debut that leaves us wanting more  

15/11/2019 | Seville 2019

Jaione Camborda  • Director of Arima

Interview: Jaione Camborda • Director of Arima

“The film works towards the fusion of identities; it’s a game of mirrors between multifaceted characters”

Cineuropa seized the opportunity to chat with Jaione Camborda, the director of Arima, on the occasion of the film’s European premiere in the New Waves section of the Seville European Film Festival  

14/11/2019 | Seville 2019

Review: Arima

Review: Arima

Jaione Camborda makes her feature-length debut with a story about women and ghosts in which the real fuses with the imaginary, creating a new dimension that is simultaneously welcoming and disturbing  

13/11/2019 | Seville 2019

Oleg and Corpus Christi triumph at Luxembourg’s 12th CinÉast Film Festival

Oleg and Corpus Christi triumph at Luxembourg’s 12th CinÉast Film Festival

The Latvian film by Juris Kursietis has won out over six other Central and Eastern European movies  

21/10/2019 | CinÉast 2019

Ignas Jonynas and Kristupas Sabolius  • Director and screenwriter of Invisible

Interview: Ignas Jonynas and Kristupas Sabolius • Director and screenwriter of Invisible

"Our choreographer was also an important scriptwriter, as he wrote the whole choreography of the two characters’ feelings"

We sat down with Ignas Jonynas and Kristupas Sabolius to talk about their second, San Sebastián-screened film, Invisible, which addresses topics such as toxic masculinity and media manipulation  

01/10/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | New Directors

Review: The Giant

Review: The Giant

US director David Raboy's debut film is a tale about the transition to adulthood, displaying elements of horror and psychological drama but told in a rather unconvincing manner  

29/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | New Directors

Review: Invisible

Review: Invisible

The second feature from Lithuanian director Ignas Jonynas seals his reputation as a bold voyager into the human soul, with this brilliant — and disturbing — piece of craftsmanship  

29/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | New Directors

Svetla Tsotsorkova  • Director of Sister

Interview: Svetla Tsotsorkova • Director of Sister

“It was easy to be real because everything we show is real; we just had to film it”

Sister, the sophomore film by Bulgaria’s Svetla Tsotsorkova, is a solid step forward in her interesting career; it is currently taking part in the New Directors section of San Sebastián  

26/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | New Directors

Review: Sister

Review: Sister

The second film by Bulgaria’s Svetla Tsotsorkova marks her out as a filmmaker gifted with a special ability to portray characters totally conditioned by their environment  

26/09/2019 | San Sebastián 2019 | New Directors

Fyzal Boulifa • Director of Lynn + Lucy

Interview: Fyzal Boulifa • Director of Lynn + Lucy

“Lynn's tragedy is that she finds self-esteem and an identity in the worst possible place”

British filmmaker Fyzal Boulifa impresses with his first feature, Lynn + Lucy, with which he is competing in the New Directors section of San Sebastián  

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

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