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SESIÓN SALVAJE

by Paco Limón, Julio César Sánchez

synopsis

Sesión salvaje travels through the golden age of genre films in Spain, from the westerns shot in Almeria to horror movies, and including the destape (nudie) period and the so-called quinqui (delinquent) films. These B-movies provided for an entire small industry of filmmakers and gave us minor and major works, and this documentary is a tribute to all those professionals who made that cinema possible, almost forgotten today.

original title: Sesión Salvaje
country: Spain
year: 2019
genre: documentary
directed by: Paco Limón, Julio César Sánchez
film run: 84'
screenplay: Paco Limón, Julio César Sánchez, Daniel Luis López
cinematography by: Ernesto Herrera
film editing: Paco Limón
producer: Enrique Cerezo, Pablo Guisa Koestinger, Enrique López Lavigne
executive producer: Sophie De Mac Mahon
associate producer: Marta Jover, Adán Latonda, Nadia Martínez de Marañón
production: Apache Films, FlixOlé (ES), Mórbido Films (ES), Mercury Films (ES)
distributor: #ConUnPack
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