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Camarón
Jaime Chávarri
Spain 
Jaime Chávarri adds a biography of Camarón de la Isla to the long, varied, list of films he's made. He was not just one of the most powerful voices among modern flamenco singers but also a genuine social leader, whose style and manners were adopted by a broad sector of society. In this exceptional film Oscar Jaenada manages to really get inside Camarón's skin, whose career w...
Jaime Chávarri adds a biography of Camarón de la Isla to the long, varied, list of films he's made. He was not just one of the most powerful voices among modern flamenco singers but also a genuine social leader, whose style and manners were adopted by a broad sector of society. In this exceptional film Oscar Jaenada manages to really get inside Camarón's skin, whose career was cut short far too soon. As you might expect, the soundtrack is absolutely perfect.
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
Nick Park, Steve Box
UK 
In the first full-length adventure that Wallace & Gromit have gone on, its heroes are running a pest-control business and face a difficult mission: defending their neighbourhood from the voracious rabbits that are ravaging it, led by a monstrous beast. An animated film using Plasticine 98 percent of the time, and digital effects in only 2 percent, a team of 260 people and four ...
In the first full-length adventure that Wallace & Gromit have gone on, its heroes are running a pest-control business and face a difficult mission: defending their neighbourhood from the voracious rabbits that are ravaging it, led by a monstrous beast. An animated film using Plasticine 98 percent of the time, and digital effects in only 2 percent, a team of 260 people and four and a half years of work, this is the first full-length film featuring the characters jointly directed by Steve Box and Nick Park, who already visited the Festival in 1996 with the Wallace & Gromit short, A Close Shave, and who once again show the same affection for their characters and the same high standards they set themselves as in their Oscar-winning shorts and in Chicken Run (Nick Park and Peter Lord, 2000).
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