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Carlota Moseguí

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88 articles available in total starting from 19/05/2016. Last article published on 04/03/2020.

Review: End of Season

Review: End of Season

IFFR's Bright Future FIPRESCI Prize-winning film, directed by Elmar Imanov, portrays the limits of modernity in contemporary Azerbaijan society through a disturbing family drama  

06/02/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Bright Future Competition

Review: Around the World When You Were My Age

Review: Around the World When You Were My Age

The winner of Rotterdam’s Bright Future Competition is a charming on-the-road documentary in which the father of director Aya Koretzky embarks on a round-the-world trip in the 1970s  

04/02/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Bright Future

Review: The Days to Come

Review: The Days to Come

Catalan Carlos Marqués-Marcet rounds off his trilogy about couples falling out of love with a film on the whirlwind experience of becoming parents  

31/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Tiger Competition

Eloy Domínguez Serén  • Director of Hamada

Interview: Eloy Domínguez Serén • Director of Hamada

"I would always ask them if they fancied filming, and if they said yes, they decided what they wanted to shoot"

We spoke to Eloy Domínguez Serén, the director of Hamada, which is taking part in the Nordic Documentary Competition at the Göteborg Film Festival this week  

28/01/2019 | Göteborg 2019

Review: Alva

Review: Alva

Portuguese director Ico Costa’s first fiction feature immerses itself in the fascinating loneliness and mountain exile of a man running from the law  

28/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Bright Future Competition

A Violent Desire for Joy and Sophia Antipolis win big at Novos Cinemas

A Violent Desire for Joy and Sophia Antipolis win big at Novos Cinemas

China’s Suburban Birds came out on top in the Official Section, while Young & Beautiful did likewise in Latexos and Thirty Souls scooped the Audience Award  

17/12/2018 | Festivals | Spain

The Novos Cinemas festival to celebrate its third edition in Pontevedra

The Novos Cinemas festival to celebrate its third edition in Pontevedra

The young Galician festival, which will close this year with Eloy Domínguez Serén’s Hamada, is gearing up for its most ambitious edition yet, with an official selection packed with European films  

10/12/2018 | Festivals | Spain

Review: Empire Hotel

Review: Empire Hotel

Ivo Ferreira's thriller is a nocturnal odyssey set in the slums of Macao about the disappearance of Portuguese identity and gentrification  

25/10/2018 | Pingyao 2018

The Load and A Land Imagined triumph at Pingyao

The Load and A Land Imagined triumph at Pingyao

The Man Who Surprised Everyone won the People’s Choice Award in the Crouching Tigers Competition, while Girl and Volcano scooped the same prize in the Best of Fest and Hidden Dragon sections  

23/10/2018 | Pingyao 2018 | Awards

Review: Kursk

Review: Kursk

Denmark’s Thomas Vinterberg directs an English-language drama about the sinking of the K-141 submarine, starring a European cast toplined by Matthias Schoenaerts, Léa Seydoux and Colin Firth  

05/10/2018 | Zurich 2018

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