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MALAGA 2024

Le Festival de Malaga continue de célébrer le cinéma espagnol

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- Coup d'envoi pour la 27e édition de l'événement, qui accueille de plus en plus de films dans ses sections, y compris des titres réalisés de l'autre côté de l'Atlantique

Le Festival de Malaga continue de célébrer le cinéma espagnol
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The 27th edition of the Malaga Film Festival will welcome the stars and professionals of Spanish and Latin American cinema from 1 to 10 March. For example, its official competition section will include 19 feature films (eleven Spanish and eight Latin American), with an additional 18 (fifteen Spanish and three Latin American) in the non-competitive official section. In total, the festival will screen almost 250 titles.

As announced previously, the Chinese-Spanish co-production Dragonkeeper [+lire aussi :
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, directed by Salvador Simó and Li Jianping, an animated film for the whole family, will open the festival. And the official competition section will also include El hombre bueno [+lire aussi :
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, a film shot almost in secret by David Trueba, starring his friend Jorge Sanz; Celia Rico’s Little Loves [+lire aussi :
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will also have its world premiere, with Adriana Ozores and María Vázquez playing a mother and daughter in conflict, and there will also be the world premiere of Saturn Return [+lire aussi :
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, from the duo Isaki Lacuesta and Pol Rodríguez.

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The same competition section will also include Nina [+lire aussi :
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, the second feature film for Andrea Jaurrieta (Ana by Day [+lire aussi :
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), with Patricia López Arnaiz in a tense modern (and Basque) western; As Neves [+lire aussi :
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, by the new Galician filmmaker Sonia Méndez, supported by Pedro Hernández (Aquí y Allí Films); We Treat Women Too Well [+lire aussi :
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, by the directorial newcomer (until now a costume designer) Clara Bilbao, with Carmen Machi and Antonio de la Torre heading the cast; La casa, the new film by Valencian filmmaker Álex MontoyaHoly Mother [+lire aussi :
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, a return to directing by producer Antonio Chavarrías, who competed at Berlinale in 2012 with his penultimate work Childish Games [+lire aussi :
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Birds Flying East [+lire aussi :
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, a road movie by Catalan Pau Durà; and Un hipster en la España vacía, a rural comedy by Emilio Martínez-Lázaro (creator of the box office hit Spanish Affair [+lire aussi :
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).

Alongside these Spanish films, the Latin American films Yana-Wara, by Óscar Catacora (his posthumous work) and Tito Catacora, a film from Peru; the Mexican productions Lluvia, by Rodrigo García Saiz, and Radical, by Christopher Zalla, will compete for the two Golden Biznagas awarded at this event; La mujer salvaje by Alán González (Cuba); Golán by Orlando Culzat (Colombia); Rest in Peace by Sebastián Borensztein (Argentina); and Los terrenos by Verónica Chen and Naufragios by Vanina Spataro, both produced between neighbouring Argentina and Uruguay.

Also, in the official out-of-competition section, the closing comedy La familia Benetón, by Joaquín Mazón (De perdidos a Río [+lire aussi :
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); the Spanish films El salto [+lire aussi :
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, by Benito Zambrano; The Quiet Maid [+lire aussi :
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, by Miguel Faus, which had its world premiere at the recent Tallinn Black Nights Festival; Disco, Ibiza, Locomía, by Kike Maíllo (read more); La mujer dormida, by Laura Alvea (read more); Invasión, by David Martín-PorrasPuntos suspensivos, by David MarquésMenudas piezas, by Nacho García Velilla; Matusalén [+lire aussi :
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, by David Galán Galindo; El molino, by Alfonso Cortés-CavanillasHistorias, by Paco SepúlvedaLa bandera, by Martín Cuervo Yo no soy esa, by María Ripoll; Por tus muertos, by Sayago Ayuso; and Solos en la noche, by Guillermo Rojas, about the coup d'état of 23 February 1981.

Finally, in the Zonazine section, dedicated to more radical cinema, the recently premiered films at the Berlinale The Undergrowth [+lire aussi :
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, by Macu Machín, and the Argentine-Spanish co-production The Major Tones [+lire aussi :
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, by Ingrid Pokropek, presented in Forum and Generation respectively, as well as Tale of Shepherds [+lire aussi :
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, by Jaime Puertas Castillo, in the Bright Future section of the IFFR.

The festival will also host its usual industry section MAFIZ (Málaga Festival Industry Zone), the details of which we will disclose shortly.

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