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Júlia Olmo

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27 articles available in total starting from 09/11/2021. Last article published on 29/11/2022.

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Review: Upon Entry

Review: Upon Entry

Filmmakers Alejandro Rojas and Juan Sebastián Vásquez present an interesting debut somewhere between drama and black comedy  

29/11/2022 | Black Nights 2022 | First Feature Competition

Review: Sisu

Review: Sisu

Finnish director Jalmari Helander offers an alternate reality in his new project, awarded with the main prize at Sitges, creating a film as enthralling as it is bizarre  

25/10/2022 | Sitges 2022

Review: Irati

Review: Irati

Basque director Paul Urkijo makes a medieval fantasy adventure film as daring as it is moving  

17/10/2022 | Sitges 2022

Review: Nocebo

Review: Nocebo

Lorcan Finnegan blends psychological thriller with folk horror to produce a film with disturbing social content  

14/10/2022 | Sitges 2022

Review: Unicorn Wars

Review: Unicorn Wars

Alberto Vázquez creates a unique and moving fable about the human condition and the origin of evil  

13/10/2022 | Sitges 2022

Review: The Innocent

Review: The Innocent

Louis Garrel creates a fun, exciting film about love as the driving force and essence of life  

11/10/2022 | Films | Reviews | France

Review: Venus

Review: Venus

Jaume Balagueró's latest film achieves what it sets out to be: a thrilling and highly enjoyable horror film  

11/10/2022 | Sitges 2022

Review: Amazing Elisa

Review: Amazing Elisa

Spanish director Sadrac González-Perellón creates a film that is somewhat original but that fails to strike its intended tone  

07/10/2022 | Sitges 2022

Fantastic and horror films come once again to Sitges for another year

Fantastic and horror films come once again to Sitges for another year

The festival kicks off its 55th edition on 6th October, with a host of national and international genre films, including the latest from Jaume Balagueró and Carlos Vermut  

05/10/2022 | Sitges 2022

Review: To Books and Women I Sing

Review: To Books and Women I Sing

In her debut film, María Elorza not only pays beautiful homage to literature, but also takes a personal and lucid exploration into the possibilities of cinema  

30/09/2022 | San Sebastián 2022 | New Directors

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