email print share on Facebook share on Twitter share on reddit pin on Pinterest

FESTIVALES Alemania / México

Alemania, invitada de honor en Guadalajara

por 

- En inglés: El festival mexicano le colocará la alfombra roja al cine germano para celebrar el Año Alemania-México

Alemania, invitada de honor en Guadalajara
Jonathan by Piotr J. Lewandowski

Este artículo está disponible en inglés.

With over 60 German films and co-productions in the programme, and more than 30 filmmakers, actors and industry guests from Germany participating in panels, juries, the talents sections or the co-production market, the 32d Guadalajara International Film Festival (10 – 17 March 2017) will be welcoming Germany in style as part of the Germany-Mexico Year (in cooperation with German Films and the Goethe-Institut in Mexico).
Every year, the festival registers 100,000 visitors and many industry guests.

(El artículo continúa más abajo - Inf. publicitaria)

A German movie, Goodbye Berlin [+lee también:
tráiler
ficha del filme
]
by Fatih Akin, will in fact open the festival in the 5000-seat Auditorio Telmex, in the presence of the two teenage lead actors of this breath of fresh air of a buddy comedy: Anand Batbileg and Tristan Göbel (most recently in the Berlin-awarded Bright Nights [+lee también:
crítica
tráiler
Q&A: Thomas Arslan
ficha del filme
]
). 

German films on the programme include: Piotr J. Lewandowski’s Jonathan [+lee también:
tráiler
ficha del filme
]
, Jakob M. Erwa’s Center of My World [+lee también:
tráiler
entrevista: Louis Hofmann
ficha del filme
]
, Shu Lea Cheang’s Fluido [+lee también:
tráiler
ficha del filme
]
, and Leonie Krippendorff’s Looping [+lee también:
tráiler
ficha del filme
]
in the main competition (Maguey Award), as well as Volker Schlöndorff’s latest, co-production Return to Montauk [+lee también:
crítica
tráiler
ficha del filme
]
, Maria Schrader’s Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe [+lee también:
tráiler
entrevista: Maria Schrader
ficha del filme
]
(Austria’s contender for the last Oscars), Maren Ade’s celebrated Toni Erdmann [+lee también:
crítica
tráiler
Q&A: Maren Ade
ficha del filme
]
(also a German-Austrian coproduction, representing Germany at the last Oscars), Sergei Loznitsa’s Austerlitz [+lee también:
crítica
tráiler
ficha del filme
]
, Michael Koch’s Marija [+lee también:
crítica
tráiler
entrevista: Michael Koch
ficha del filme
]
, Christian Schwochow’s Paula [+lee también:
crítica
tráiler
ficha del filme
]
, and Nicolette KrebitzWild [+lee también:
tráiler
ficha del filme
]
, to mention but a few titles.

Guests such as Krebitz, her fellow-directors Petra Epperlein, Heiko Pinkowski, Jakob M. Erwa, Leonie Krippendorf, Helene Hegemann, Asli Özge, and Tim Ellrich, or the actresses Jasna Fritzi Bauer and Miriam Jakob will present their films, take part in various panels and roundtables, or serve on the festival juries.

Other representatives from a variety of fields in the German film industry are taking part in the festival's Talents section and the film and co-production market. For instance, Bettina Blümner's new project Hello My Friend (to be produced on the German side by One Two Films), was selected for the co-production market.

German Films brochure redacted in Spanish, presenting all the films and guests from Germany, will be distributed during the festival. As a way of consolidating their bilateral relations, Mexico and Germany decided to present each other in major national showcases in 2016/17. Federal Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier opened the Germany Year in Mexico City on 6 June 2016. More than 1,000 individual events are planned within this ambit, including the German focus in Guadalajara.

In collaboration with

 

(Traducción del inglés)

¿Te ha gustado este artículo? Suscríbete a nuestra newsletter y recibe más artículos como este directamente en tu email.