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Our Newsflashes provide daily updates on the media repercussion enjoyed by the films selected for the different Festival sections and the list of professional activities scheduled for the following day. Newsflashes are sent out to all professionals accredited in the Industry Club.

09-24-2015

“Black, raw and easy humour”.

Angel Aldarondo, BERRIA

“Portrayed with a naturalistic touch, anguish and a sense of fatalism”.

Carlos Boyero, EL PAIS

“Devastating, absolutely devastating. A complete success”.

Carlos Pumares, LA RAZON


“Moira sets the tone for a small, tight film that has real characters”.

Ricardo Aldarondo, EL DIARIO VASCO

“One of the most conceptually grotesque spectacles”.

Víctor Esquirol, GARA

“A good film that’s worthy of competing in any festival”.

Carlos Pumares, LA RAZON


“It’s an ironic, deadpan portrait of a wandering, demotivated late-twenty-something, whose need to undo the choice that was imposed on him as a baby is part of his struggle with a childhood he still hasn’t emerged from”.

Lee Marshall, SCREEN DAILY


“The Boy and the Beast” impressively reconfigures popular aspects of Japanese folklore, mythology and mass entertainment into a relatively fresh narrative”.

Peter Debruge, HOLLYWOOD REPORTER


“They’re not merely emptily poetic images, but weighty, considered ones which provoke reflection whilst advancing the story. They are a language”.

Jonathan Holland, HOLLYWOOD REPORTER


“Extremely powerful and thrilling example of Baroque style”.

Juan Arteaga, EL DIARIO VASCO


“A dark story about the world of drug addicts and traffickers and it’s believable because the screen is drenched with realism.”

“Beñat Eizagirre Indo, BERRIA


“A small, modest film of few words. Minimalist”.

Beñat Eizagirre Indo, BERRIA


“A clear example of the bitterness of life”.

Beñat Eizagirre Indo, BERRIA

“The perfect vehicle for narrating - with the tempo of a comedy, or tragicomedy - the details of a modern society which is defined by a lack of communication and loneliness”.

Koldo Landaluze. GARA


“Taxi Téhéran throbs with an unusual violence. Superb”.

Alberto Moyano, EL DIARIO VASCO

“Panahi plunges us into a thrilling mix of fiction and reality which, as well as being pure entertainment, defends cinema as a possible way of curing a society that is definitely sick”.

GARA


“Mountains May Depart (…) has impressive moments”.

Mikel G. Gurpegui, EL DIARIO VASCO

“Zhang-ke shows us (…) that there’s no room for lies when painting a grim picture”.

Koldo Landaluze, GARA


“A fantastic exercise in memory and nostalgic blackness”.

Oti Rodríguez Marchante, ABC

 
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