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You are in: Home > 2019. 67th Edition  > Industry > Newsflash

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 industry professionals accredited.


Jon Garaño, Aitor Arregi and Jose Mari Goenaga have created what is surely the perfect post-civil-war movieVictor Esquirol, GARA


Moving restraint, enthralling in its historical scope and intimacy, ‘La trinchera infinita’ is a new technical, narrative and emotional feat from the team behind ‘Handia’Ricardo Aldarondo, DIARIO VASCO


A joyful movie in every one of its brilliant and daring contradictions: shines ever brighter the darker it gets, sounds ever louder the deeper it moves into silenceLuis Martínez, EL MUNDO


Belén Cuesta’s nuanced performance is splendidCarlos Boyero, EL PAÍS


Peppered with well-placed doses of humour. A powerful yet subtle screenplay and immaculate editing, expertly conveying the pain of claustrophobia and the erosion of time, all the way to a final moving sceneHarkaitz Cano, DIARIO VASCO

The film soon distances itself from the classic tale of musical learning and triumph and deals with deeper and more troubling issues. The direction and acting performances are commendableRicardo Aldarondo, DIARIO VASCO


A feature that could strike a chord with arthouse distributors in the market for quality drama and strong women’s stories.” Lee Marhsall, SCREEN DAILY

In this gripping, sad and touching work of classic film the humanity of its unforgettable characters also shines throughMikel G. Gurpegui, DIARIO VASCO


The monumental ‘So Long, My Son’ has an impeccable cast and pinpoint storytellingKoldo Landaluze, GARA


A deeply moving, generations-spanning drama.Jessica Kiang, VARIETY

Jayro Bustamante's debut 'Ixcanul' put Guatemalan cinema on the map; his follow-up, a rumbling, forceful gay drama, ought to keep it there.Guy Lodge, VARIETY

A most interesting cinematic and narrative structure. The end is of the type that we’re not used to seeing so frequently of late Begoña del Teso, DIARIO VASCO

Ambitious, combative and well shot (…) Hend Sabri is as powerful and forceful as the great women of filmBegoña del Teso, DIARIO VASCO

(Izibene Oñederra) once again makes our jaws drop with a highly characterful workMikel G. Gurpegui, DIARIO VASCO

Filmed in a highly natural, analogue, grainy way. It’s nocturnal, pure burlesque and underground ‘boylesque’ activism, all the way to the fake eyelashes and platinum wigsBegoña del Teso, DIARIO VASCO


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