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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: Belmonte

Review: Belmonte

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Uruguayan director Federico Veiroj, now based in Spain, unveils his new comedy exploring the adult fear of the passage of time  

27/09/2018 | San Sebastián 2018 | Zabaltegi-Tabakalera

Review: Theatre of War

Review: Theatre of War

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Argentinian artist Lola Arias’s debut film is a discipline-crossing and satirical study of the Falklands War, disguised as absurdist comedy  

25/09/2018 | San Sebastián 2018 | Zabaltegi-Tabakalera

Review: The Vice of Hope

Review: The Vice of Hope

TORONTO 2018: Neapolitan director Edoardo de Angelis has premiered his new drama about surrogacy, prostitution and human trafficking in the world of the Camorra  

24/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Contemporary World Cinema

Review: The Extraordinary Journey of Celeste Garcia

Review: The Extraordinary Journey of Celeste Garcia

TORONTO 2018: Filmmaker and screenwriter Arturo Infante directs a science fiction comedy about the emancipation of women in modern-day Cuba  

19/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

Review: Look at Me

Review: Look at Me

TORONTO 2018: Tunisian filmmaker Nejib Belkadhi directs a family drama about the process of rebuilding a relationship between a father and his autistic son  

19/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Contemporary World Cinema

Review: The Dig

Review: The Dig

TORONTO 2018: Northern Irish brothers Andrew Tohill and Ryan Tohill present their first film at Toronto, a detective story about a former prisoner’s redemption  

19/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Discovery

Review: Greta

Review: Greta

TORONTO 2018: Neil Jordan’s latest psychological thriller, starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Maika Monroe and Isabelle Huppert, delves into the world of a young waitress hunted by a mysterious woman  

17/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Special Presentations

Review: Where Hands Touch

Review: Where Hands Touch

TORONTO 2018: Amma Asante denounces racial intolerance in Nazi Germany with a story of forbidden love between a black teenager and a member of the Hitler Youth  

14/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Special Presentations

Review: The Most Beautiful Couple

Review: The Most Beautiful Couple

TORONTO 2018: German filmmaker Sven Taddicken directs a dramatic thriller about a sexual assault, leading a couple to walk a tightrope between justice and revenge  

14/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Contemporary World Cinema

Review: Cities of Last Things

Review: Cities of Last Things

TORONTO 2018: Malaysian filmmaker Wi Ding Ho competes in the Platform section with an excellent temporal puzzle about three traumatic events experienced by a police officer  

13/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Platform

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