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Sitges 2020


9 articles available in total starting from 07/10/2020. Last article published on 19/10/2020.

Review: The Barcelona Vampiress

Review: The Barcelona Vampiress

Lluís Danés’ historical film, which scooped the Audience Award at Sitges, excels thanks to its creative mise-en-scène and its slamming of classist abuse from last century  

19/10 | Sitges 2020

Review: A Perfect Enemy

Review: A Perfect Enemy

Kike Maíllo constructs a sophisticated psychological thriller with an outlook to the murky haze beyond, set mainly in an airport where two unlikely companions are thrown together  

16/10 | Sitges 2020

Review: Cross the Line

Review: Cross the Line

Mario Casas has such a bad time of it in this David Victori-helmed nocturnal nightmare that it makes Martin Scorsese’s After Hours seem like a fairy tale in comparison  

16/10 | Sitges 2020

David Victori • Director of Cross the Line

Interview: David Victori • Director of Cross the Line

“I like to approach my own limits”

The second film by David Victori, Cross the Line, has been presented in the official section of the Sitges Film Festival, just prior to its release in theatres  

15/10 | Sitges 2020

Review: Baby

Review: Baby

Juanma Bajo Ulloa continues to prove that he is clearly not an accommodating filmmaker with this daring, macabre tale completely devoid of dialogue, which you will either love to bits or detest  

15/10 | Sitges 2020

Kike Maíllo • Director of A Perfect Enemy

Interview: Kike Maíllo • Director of A Perfect Enemy

“We’ve made a very loose adaptation of the novel”

Kike Maíllo talks to us about A Perfect Enemy, his particular take on The Enemy's Cosmetique by Belgian author Amélie Nothomb, toplined by Tomasz Kot, Marta Nieto and Athena Strates  

14/10 | Sitges 2020

14 fantastical projects await discovery at the first virtual Sitges Pitchbox

14 fantastical projects await discovery at the first virtual Sitges Pitchbox

The event's line-up features seven European series currently in development and seven full-length films from anywhere in the world falling within the horror, thriller or science-fiction genres  

08/10 | Sitges 2020

Review: Comrade Draculich

Review: Comrade Draculich

Vampire, secret services and nomenklatura in 1970s communist Hungary: playing at CinEast and Sitges, the second feature from Márk Bodzsár turns out to be a masterful and very diverting film  

07/10 | Cinéast 2020

Another avalanche of fantasy film crashes down on a virtual and on-site Sitges

Another avalanche of fantasy film crashes down on a virtual and on-site Sitges

From 8-18 October, the Catalonian coastal town is hosting one of the Spanish gatherings that prompt pilgrimages, loyalty, passion and so many screams – which is also unspooling online this year  

07/10 | Sitges 2020

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