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65th San Sebastian Film Festival
22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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Escenario móvil / Travelling Stage
Horizontes Specials

This story is a bit like taking a stroll through the scenes of life. Scenes showing artists with their music, and a geography with its people. The stages on which these artists perform aren?t static, but moving, travelling from village to village in the framework of a cultural project organized by the Regional Government of Extremadura. The geography, its people, named after a cherry, an open smile and sweat: the villages of Extremadura. The music is reminiscent of the land and running water. Which is why it doesn?t need spotlights or sales gimmicks. It?s also why they?re always ready to sing, because they do it for pleasure, not for fame. A stroll through the human, social and political geography of a region and its people. A look at its dreams, its yearnings, its achievements, its desires. And also at its deceptions, its sufferings, its miseries and its silences.
Olleta (Navarra), 1949. The love of ethnography leading him to direct documentaries is also reflected in his first feature, Tasio (1984). He won the Silver Shell at San Sebastian with 27 horas (27 Hours, 1986) and the Golden Shell with Las cartas de Alou (Letters from Alou, 1990). His latest works are Historias del Kronen (1994), Secretos del corazón (Secrets of the Heart, 1997), for which he won Best European Film at Berlin and several Goyas, and Silencio roto (Broken Silence, 2001). He was a member of San Sebastian?s Official Jury in 1995 and won the National Cinematography Award in 1998.
Montxo Armendáriz
Montxo Armendáriz, Luis Pastor
Jordi Abusada
Pablo Zumárraga
Luis Pastor, Lourdes Guerra, Redoble de Cáceres, Ruido pa tu Oído, Gecko Turner & The GT Orchestra
Running Time
90 m.
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