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Seville 2014

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Force Majeure triumphs at Seville

Force Majeure triumphs at Seville

The Seville European Film Festival comes to a close giving the Golden Giraldillo to Ruben Östlund's film - The Kindergarten Teacher and Mr Turner, also awarded  

15/11/2014 | Seville 2014

FILM FOCUS: A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence

FILM FOCUS: A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence

Surreal, absurd, funny and existential, the latest artistic offering by Roy Andersson has won the Golden Lion at the Venice Festival and competes now in Seville  

14/11/2014 | Seville 2014 | Read our review and interview...

FILM FOCUS: The Wonders

FILM FOCUS: The Wonders

At just 32 years of age, Alice Rohrwacher won the Grand Prix at Cannes with her second and acclaimed film, which receives now the Seville Special Jury Award  

14/11/2014 | Seville 2014 | Read our review and interview...

The Long Way Home: a distressing Gordian knot

The Long Way Home: a distressing Gordian knot

Sergi Pérez competes in Seville by boldly showing 24 hours of the life of a man immersed in a quasi animal state of rage and pain  

14/11/2014 | Seville 2014

REVIEW: Noah's Ark

REVIEW: Noah's Ark

Adán Aliaga and David Valero combine their peculiar universes in this hypnotic and lyrical film, in Special Screening in Seville  

14/11/2014 | Seville 2014 | Read our Valladolid review...

INTERVIEW: Lucie Borleteau

INTERVIEW: Lucie Borleteau

French director Lucie Borleteau makes her debut in feature films with Fidelio, l'odyssée d'Alice, presented in Locarno and screened in Seville's Las Nuevas Olas section  

13/11/2014 | Seville 2014 | Read our Locarno interview...

REVIEW: Fidelio, l'odyssée d'Alice

REVIEW: Fidelio, l'odyssée d'Alice

With her first film, screened in Las Nuevas Olas, French director Lucie Borleteau takes a shot at a skipper of a freighter inhabited by old and new ghosts  

13/11/2014 | Seville 2014 | Read our Locarno review...

REVIEW: La sapienza

REVIEW: La sapienza

With his latest film, competing in Seville, Eugène Green once again focuses on light, as the sole antidote to the crisis that plagues us  

13/11/2014 | Seville 2014 | Read our Locarno review...

REVIEW: Bird People

REVIEW: Bird People

Pascale Ferran creates a philosophical and fantastic tale on alienation in the modern world and the dissolution of mankind, in competition in Seville  

13/11/2014 | Seville 2014 | Read our Cannes review...

Six feature-film projects in the showcasing session organised by the AVA Foundation

Six feature-film projects in the showcasing session organised by the AVA Foundation

The Seville European Film Festival and the Andalusian Audiovisual Foundation presented as-yet-unfinished titles by Juanma Suárez, Enrique García and Julio Fraga, among others  

13/11/2014 | Seville 2014

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