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Le MUCES rend hommage à Agnieszka Holland

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Le MUCES rend hommage à Agnieszka Holland
Spoor d'Agnieszka Holland

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Between 14 and 20 November, Segovia will once again play host to its European Film Festival – MUCES, which this year has a guest of honour: the great Agnieszka Holland. The director will visit the beautiful Castilian city in person, and the festival will pay tribute to her with a retrospective, thanks to which viewers will be able to enjoy titles such as The Secret Garden, Copying Beethoven and Spoor [+lire aussi :
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, among others. The film output of guest country Romania will also have a prominent place in the programme, with 12 titles from the country. In total, the 20 or so sections of the 13th iteration of MUCES will offer 113 movies in 182 screenings: a vast array of films that exemplify the rich thematic and creative variety of the seventh art on the Continent.

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Spanish filmmaker Isaki Lacuesta will be the man responsible for opening MUCES 2018 with his award-winning Between Two Waters [+lire aussi :
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, and the gathering’s official section also includes gems such as: the German-Brazilian-Paraguayan-Norwegian-Uruguayan co-production The Heiresses [+lire aussi :
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, the magnificent feature debut by Marcelo Martinessi, a film that won two prizes at the most recent Berlin Film Festival; Romanian director Adina Pintilie’s Touch Me Not [+lire aussi :
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, which scooped the Golden Bear at the same festival; Italy’s Magical Nights [+lire aussi :
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, the latest delightful outing from Paolo Virzi; Russia’s Leto (The Summer) [+lire aussi :
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by Kirill Serebrennikkov, about the punk and new-wave revolution in the Soviet Union in the 1980s; the documentary (a co-production with the USA by the Almodóvar brothers, through El Deseo) The Silence of Others [+lire aussi :
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by Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar, which cries out for justice as it explores the thorny and unresolved issue of the people who went missing in Spain during Franco’s bloody fascist regime; and Woman at War [+lire aussi :
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by Iceland’s Benedikt Erlingsson, one of the finalists for the LUX Prize.

Masters such as Jean-Luc Godard (the very same) will show The Image Book [+lire aussi :
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(winner of the Special Palme d’Or at Cannes this year) at MUCES; the ever-controversial Lars von Trier will do likewise with his blood-drenched thriller The House That Jack Built [+lire aussi :
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; Catalan director Jaime Rosales will move audiences once again with his tragedy Petra [+lire aussi :
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; Hungary’s László Nemes will show off his talent with Sunset [+lire aussi :
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; and Italy’s Matteo Garrone will be back to beguile viewers with the French co-production Dogman [+lire aussi :
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With all of this, plus myriad additional activities and titles in store, MUCES’s director, Eliseo de Pablos, assures us that, as always, the event “strives to seek out excellence and aims to offer an overview of the audiovisual activity being undertaken in Western Europe as well as in the lesser-known parts of Eastern Europe”.

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