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MALAGA 2020

La 23e édition du Festival de Malaga commence enfin

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- C’est sur la projection de Le Mariage de Rosa d’Icíar Bollaín que va débuter ce vendredi 21 août l’événement, qui se tient normalement au printemps mais a dû être reporté à cause de la crise sanitaire

La 23e édition du Festival de Malaga commence enfin
Le Mariage de Rosa d'Icíar Bollaín

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The 23rd edition of the Málaga Film Festival will run from August 21 to August 30, will have special security measures put in place and fewer organised activities. This is the long-sought-after first reunion of Spanish cinema after the stagnation caused by the recent pandemic. As the director of the festival, Juan Antonio Vigar, told us a few weeks ago (you can read more here), “we can largely keep the films we had planned to show, and this is tribute to the affection with which the sector supports the Malaga Festival. The new format will advocate for one of our pillars, the exhibition, leaving the crowds aside”. Along these lines, Icíar Bollaín and Candela Peña will inaugurate with La boda de Rosa [+lire aussi :
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, with the cinematic event closing nine days later with the Argentinian film El robo del siglo, by Ariel Winogard.

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Before then, the official section will have shown among other titles new works by Daniel Calparsoro, the robbery film Sky High [+lire aussi :
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; the latest by David Trueba, A este lado del mundo [+lire aussi :
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; the deep film Schoogirls [+lire aussi :
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, by Pilar Palomero; a new work by Esteban Crespo, Black Beach [+lire aussi :
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(Spain/Belgium), starring Raúl Arévalo and Candela Peña; The Sea Beyond [+lire aussi :
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, by Achero Mañas, with Ernesto Alterio in the lead role, who will also have to face Clara Lago in the film adaptation of the theatrical work Crónica de una tormenta [+lire aussi :
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, the first work by Mariana Barassi; One Careful Owner [+lire aussi :
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, by Bernabé Rico, boasting a delicious on-screen duel between Juana Acosta and Kiti Mánver (who will be awarded one of the two Golden Biznaga Ciudad del Paraíso Award); the Spanish-Mexican coproduction Devil Between the Legs [+lire aussi :
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by master Arturo Ripstein (winner of the Retrospective Award – Málaga); Three Summers [+lire aussi :
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, Franco-Brazilian film directed by Sandra Kogut; and The Europeans, the long-awaited new film by Víctor García León after his funny Selfie [+lire aussi :
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three years ago.

In the Malaga Premiere section several works stand out, including Eso que tú me das [+lire aussi :
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, a documentary by Jordi Évole and Ramón Lara on the deceased musician Pau Donés; La mort de Guillem, by Carlos Marques-Marcet (winner of the Malaga Talent Award – La Opinión de Málaga), the non-fiction film Dehesa, el bosque del lince ibérico [+lire aussi :
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(Spain/Portugal), by Joaquín Gutiérrez Acha; the Andalusian comedy Mi gran despedida [+lire aussi :
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, by Antonio Hens and Antonio Álamo75 días [+lire aussi :
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, by Marc Romero; the drama Isaac [+lire aussi :
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, first film as a filmmaker by Ángeles Hernández and David Matamoros; and the black and white film A Stormy Night [+lire aussi :
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, by David Moragas, in addition to the television series HIT, the first episode of which has been led by Joaquín Oristrell.

The thrilling Zonazine section is always full of surprises, and this year includes among other films the second work by Galician filmmaker Lois Patiño, Red Moon Tide [+lire aussi :
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; The Offering [+lire aussi :
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, an intense drama by Ventura Durall with Verónica Echegui and Alex Brendemühl leading; Las dos noches de ayer, first work by the team Pau Cruanyes and Gerard Vidal; and Trenes que van al mar, directed by another team, Hugo Obregón and Manuel Álvarez-Diestro.

Last, but by no means least, some of the most important documentaries to be show in Málaga will include In a Whisper [+lire aussi :
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(Spain/Cuba/Switzerland/France), by Heidi Hassan and Patricia Pérez, deservedly awarded the latest IDFA; Cartas mojadas, directed by Paula Palacios, who has followed the trace of the NGO ship Open Arms in the Mediterranean Sea; The Secret of Doctor Grinberg [+lire aussi :
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, by Ida Cuéllar, about the controversial Mexican scientist; the Argentina-Italy coproduction Kentannos ¡Que vivas 100 años!, by Víctor Cruz; Salir de aquí, by a group of students from the ECAM; Sanmao: The Desert Bride [+lire aussi :
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, by Marta Arribas and Ana Pérez; Toloriu, by Patricia Ordaz; and La mami [+lire aussi :
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(Spain/Mexico), authored by Laura Herrero.

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