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Sitges 2019


9 articles available in total starting from 03/10/2019. Last article published on 17/10/2019.

Lorcan Finnegan  • Director of Vivarium

Interview: Lorcan Finnegan • Director of Vivarium

“There is an element of horror in the everyday”

We talked to Lorcan Finnegan, the Dublin-born director of Vivarium, a brand-new take on the suburban dream  

17/10 | Sitges 2019

Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia • Director of The Platform

Interview: Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia • Director of The Platform

"Humanity will have to move towards the fair distribution of wealth"

Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia triumphed at the 52nd Sitges Film Festival, winning four awards for his first work The Platform, including Best Film in the Official Fantastic Film Selection  

16/10 | Sitges 2019

Review: The Platform

Review: The Platform

Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia’s feature film debut is an organic, nightmarish fairy tale which is fairly well-executed, which has claimed multiple awards and which carries a strong socio-political message  

16/10 | Sitges 2019

Review: The Goya Murders

Review: The Goya Murders

Aided by a game Maribel Verdú, Gerardo Herrero delivers CSI: Spanish Romantic Painters edition  

15/10 | Sitges 2019

Review: 4x4

Review: 4x4

The opening film of Sitges’ Orbita section, directed by Argentinian helmer Mariano Cohn, proves that cars are indeed killing us  

15/10 | Sitges 2019

Review: Paradise Hills

Review: Paradise Hills

A soap bubble of sorts, Alice Waddington’s first work, presented in a world premiere at the recent Sundance Film Festival, shines momentarily before bursting into oblivion  

11/10 | Sitges 2019

Jonas Alexander Arnby  • Director of Suicide Tourist

Interview: Jonas Alexander Arnby • Director of Suicide Tourist

“I wanted to make a film about love”

Cineuropa spoke to Danish director Jonas Alexander Arnby during a walk around Copenhagen to discuss the Zurich- and Sitges-screened Suicide Tourist  

08/10 | Zurich 2019

Review: Suicide Tourist

Review: Suicide Tourist

Denmark’s Jonas Alexander Arnby delivers a mystery-drama that’s more drama than mystery, but all class nonetheless  

07/10 | Zurich 2019

Sitges is all aquiver

Sitges is all aquiver

Today sees the start of the 52nd Sitges Fantastic Film Festival, boasting premieres of Spanish titles such as Advantages of Travelling by Train, Amigo and Ropes  

03/10 | Sitges 2019