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The Joseph Losey retrospective will offer all his feature films at the 65th edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival

PETE ROLEUM AND HIS COUSINS

PETE ROLEUM AND HIS COUSINS (Short film)
JOSEPH LOSEY (USA) 1939
After several shorts for the North American public administration and the Rockefeller Foundation, Losey debuted in the field of fiction with this short animated with puppets and explaining the use and importance of petroleum. It was presented at New York World’s Fair in 1939.

YOUTH GETS A BREAK

YOUTH GETS A BREAK (Short film)
JOSEPH LOSEY (USA) 1941
A 20-minute short made under the auspices of the Rockefeller Foundation for the National Youth Administration. The film documents the programme of job placements for the young up-and-coming from poor backgrounds run by the North American public administration.

A CHILD WENT FORTH

A CHILD WENT FORTH (Short film)
JOSEPH LOSEY (USA) 1942
18-minuted short produced by the National Association of Nursery Educators. Narrates the events of a day at summer camp for children, a place at the cutting edge of modern nursery education. Narrated by Lloyd Gough, an actor who suffered reprisals at the hands of the witch hunt afterwards.

A GUN IN HIS HAND

A GUN IN HIS HAND (Short film)
JOSEPH LOSEY (USA) 1945
A police academy instructor tells cadets the tale of an officer who started hobnobbing with the mafia. Losey’s first approximation to the genre of police drama. The film belongs to Crime Does Not Pay, a series of shorts produced by Metro Goldwyn Mayer in the 30s and 40s.

THE BOY WITH GREEN HAIR

THE BOY WITH GREEN HAIR
JOSEPH LOSEY (USA) 1948
Joseph Losey’s first feature was a fantastic tale addressing interesting social and political issues. Peter Fry, a boy who lost his parents in the war, leads a normal life in a quiet American town, until one day something incredible happens to him: his hair turns green. Will those around him be able to accept someone different to themselves? A parable in full swing of the witch hunt whose message remains every bit as pertinent today.

THE LAWLESS

THE LAWLESS
JOSEPH LOSEY (USA) 1950
Losey was ahead of his time with this drama which, in noir mode, lashes out at latent racism towards migrants of Hispanic origin in the United States. A journalist has left the big city to lead a quiet life in a small American town; but he soon finds himself in the eye of the storm on defending the plight of a Mexican fruit picker.

THE PROWLER

THE PROWLER
JOSEPH LOSEY (USA) 1951
Losey’s first incursion to film noir, with a movie written by the legendary screenwriter Dalton Trumbo. As dictated by the rules of the genre, this is a murky tale of obsessive love and crimes: police officer Webb Garwood starts an illicit affair with a married woman who reports a prowler in the vicinity of her home. Now he only has to get rid of her bothersome husband; Webb soon comes up with a sinister plan to commit the perfect crime.

M

M
JOSEPH LOSEY (USA) 1951
Twenty years after Fritz Lang directed his masterpiece M (1931), Losey tackled a remake of this horrific tale about the hunt for a child killer, partly based on true facts. Here, the German serial killer Hans Beckert becomes the American Martin Harrow and the action shifts from Berlin to Los Angeles, the city whose most sinister side Losey is so skilled at extricating. One of the director’s most forgotten works and one most deserving another look.

THE BIG NIGHT

THE BIG NIGHT
JOSEPH LOSEY (USA) 1951
Georgie, a boy battling with the myriad anxieties thrown at him by his imminent adulthood, sees his father being beaten by a sports journalist. Thirsty for revenge, he sets out on a journey through the city nightlife only to discover terrible family secrets. Headed by a teen star of fleeting fame, John Drew Barrymore, this is a coming-of-age story with thriller touches.

IMBARCO A MEZZANOTTE / STRANGER ON THE PROWL

IMBARCO A MEZZANOTTE / STRANGER ON THE PROWL
ANDREA FORZANO [JOSEPH LOSEY] (ITALY) 1952
Using the pseudonym Andrea Forzano, Losey filmed this drama headlining former gangster-movie star Paul Muni. Here, Muni plays a tramp on the run from the cops for having accidentally killed a man and whose path crosses that of a young boy forced to steal. Losey uses the relationship between the two men to build another tale around one of his recurring subjects: the persecuted.

THE SLEEPING TIGER

THE SLEEPING TIGER
VICTOR HANBURY [JOSEPH LOSEY] (UK) 1954
After his exile from the United States, Losey made his debut in British cinema alongside Dirk Bogarde, later to become one of his actors fetiche. Bogarde plays a thug who attempts to rob a brilliant psychoanalyst, only to end up becoming the guinea pig in an experiment: to reform his delinquent tendencies. In this first British piece, signed as Victor Hanbury, Losey tested the strained atmospheres of human relations that would go on to earn him great fame only a few years later.

A MAN ON THE BEACH

A MAN ON THE BEACH (Short film)
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1956
A thug injured in a confrontation with his partner finds refuge in the home of a blind, alcoholic doctor, who somehow manages to conceal his blindness from the criminal. Short film made by Losey for Hammer Films and written by the company’s regular screenwriter, Jimmy Sangster.

THE INTIMATE STRANGER

THE INTIMATE STRANGER
JOSEPH WALTON [JOSEPH LOSEY] (UNITED KINGDOM) 1956
Under the name of Joseph Walton, Losey filmed another of his dark, paranoid dramas. The protagonist in this case is Reggie Wilson, an American movie editor trying to start a new life in London, but unable to escape from a dark past he didn’t even know existed: one day he starts receiving mysterious letters from a woman who claims to be his former lover; the thing is he can’t remember her.

X THE UNKNOWN

X THE UNKNOWN
LESLIE NORMAN, JOSEPH LOSEY (UNITED KINGDOM) 1956
Before becoming one of European cinema’s most reputed authors, Losey had to shoot a few films to make ends meet in which he’s not even credited. That’s the case of this modest reel on which he only worked on a few days of filming. Produced by Hammer studios, the horror and sci-fi movie specialists, this is a disaster fantasy about a mysterious radioactive creature capable of destroying the world.

TIME WITHOUT PITY

TIME WITHOUT PITY
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1957
Alec Graham is accused of a murder he says he didn’t commit and is given the death penalty. His father, David, an alcoholic who has done little for his son, is the only person who can get him off death row. But to do it he only has 24 hours to find the real killer. Police drama with an impeccable cast of British actors and excellent cinematography by Freddie Francis.

THE GYPSY AND THE GENTLEMAN

THE GYPSY AND THE GENTLEMAN
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1958
One of the most unusual and atypical films in Joseph Losey’s filmography is this unfettered period drama narrating the stormy relationship between an English aristocrat and a young gypsy girl determined to marry him for his fortune. Greek cinema’s leading star Melina Mercouri plays a female character whose subversive leverage was all of a novelty in the British films of the time.

BLIND DATE

BLIND DATE
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1959
Losey’s first collaboration with another of his favourite actors, Stanley Baker. Here criminal intrigue is the excuse for casting light on the darkest corners of the human psyche. A police inspector investigates the murder of a married woman. The main suspect is a young artist, the dead woman’s secret lover.

FIRST ON THE ROAD

FIRST ON THE ROAD (Short film)
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1959
Losey’s only incursion to advertising is this spot for the British division of the Ford Motor Company, announcing its Ford Anglia model. Shot in 16mm and Technicolor, hugely fun and festive, it takes viewers through the car’s interior features and specifications

THE CRIMINAL

THE CRIMINAL
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1960
Losey’s second collaboration with Welsh actor Stanley Baker, in the role of Johnny Bannion, a thief who commits his last heist and hotfoots it with the booty. However, when he is arrested and sent to prison, too many people want to know where the money is. Indisputable masterpiece of British film noir.

THE DAMNED

THE DAMNED
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1962
Losey’s second collaboration with the Hammer Films horror studio resulted in this film turned cult movie. A strange combination of youth drama and sci-fi fantasy, it reflects on the violence of contemporary society a few years prior to Anthony Burgess’ novel A Clockwork Orange, while launching a pessimistic denunciation of the dangers of the arms race during the Cold War.

EVE

EVE
JOSEPH LOSEY (FRANCE - ITALY) 1962
Venice is the setting for one of the stormiest love stories taken to the screen by Losey, based on a novel by James Hadley Chase. Stanley Baker plays an author whose comfortable, luxurious lifestyle is torn apart by Eve, a femme fatale who will be his ruin. The French movie star Jeanne Moreau collaborated for the first time with the director as a female character who acquires legendary overtones.

THE SERVANT

THE SERVANT
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1963
One of Losey’s masterpieces and the film that earned him international recognition after its premiere at the Venice Festival. With a screenplay by the playwright Harold Pinter and brilliant performances by Dirk Bogarde and James Fox, this claustrophobic drama about an aristocrat who hires a new butler turns an everyday space into a nest of tensions and fears, while making an accurate reflection on class differences and power relations.

KING AND COUNTRY

KING AND COUNTRY
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1964
During World War I, a British soldier (Tom Courtenay, one of the Free Cinema actors) accused of deserting is court-martialled. During the trial, the officer assigned as his counsel, embodied by Dirk Bogarde, examines the lack of humanity among a military rank with no qualms about mercilessly sacrificing human life. A powerful anti-war document up there with classics like All Quiet on the Western Front and Paths of Glory.

MODESTY BLAISE

MODESTY BLAISE
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1966
Secret agent Modesty Blaise, created by the British author Peter O’Donnell in 1963, was the female version of James Bond and an icon of pop culture in the 60s. Losey takes another look at the character, from a parodic and irreverent slant, giving her the face and body of Michelangelo Antonioni’s preferred actress, Monica Vitti. Accompanying her on the cast are the indispensable Dirk Bogarde as the two-bit villain, and one of British cinema’s young stars of the day, Terence Stamp.

ACCIDENT

ACCIDENT
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1967
Once again Losey re-joins old friends: Harold Pinter, Dirk Bogarde and Stanley Baker are his accomplices in one of the director’s most emblematic films, Special Jury Prizewinner at the Cannes Festival. A seemingly peaceful atmosphere in an English university turns into a somewhat more disturbing scenario when exposed to Losey’s camera-magnifying lens: power struggles, clandestine relationships, repressed desire and existential tedium.

BOOM!

BOOM!
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1968
One of the maddest enterprises undertaken by Losey, the unexpected coming together between his modest style and the excess and narcissism of his collaborators: the playwright Tennessee Williams, the most famous couple of married actors at the time, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, and the ironic actor and author Noël Coward. The result is a strange piece of delirious aesthetics, a sad poem of love and death taking place under the deceptive and inclement Mediterranean sun.

SECRET CEREMONY

SECRET CEREMONY
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1968
Losey directs Elizabeth Taylor once again in another chamber piece driving three characters against one another to clash and unleash their pent-up repressions. Leonore meets Cenci, a mysterious young girl who reminds her of her daughter, deceased years back; for her part, Cenci sees in Leonore the mother she lost as a child. This is the starting point for an intense psychological drama co-starring Mia Farrow and Robert Mitchum.

FIGURES IN A LANDSCAPE

FIGURES IN A LANDSCAPE
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1970
The subject of persecution, so recurrent in Losey’s cinema, is taken to the nth degree of abstraction in this work. Two men flee through an inhospitable landscape plagued with dangers. A helicopter chases them incessantly, like a tenacious, tireless animal with no intention of giving up on its prey. It’s not clear who’s hunting them or why. A fascinating existential metaphor anticipating a good deal of today’s cinema, starring Robert Shaw (before Jaws) and Malcolm McDowell (before A Clockwork Orange).

THE GO- BETWEEN

THE GO- BETWEEN
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1971
Losey won the Golden Palm at the Cannes Festival thanks to this exquisite staging of L.P. Hartley’s book, adapted for cinema by the playwright Harold Pinter. Julie Christie and Alan Bates, two of British cinema’s most emblematic actors, star in this beautiful tale of a secret love where the period reconstruction is no hindrance to the sharp and always contemporary approach of its director. The music by Michel Legrand and photography of Gerry Fisher do the rest.

L' ASSASSINIO DE TROTSKY / THE ASSASSINATION OF TROTSKY

L' ASSASSINIO DE TROTSKY / THE ASSASSINATION OF TROTSKY
JOSEPH LOSEY (ITALY - FRANCE - UK) 1972
A cast uniting three of the big European stars of the time (Richard Burton, Alain Delon and Romy Schneider) is Losey’s greatest achievement for making this reconstruction of one of the most exciting and important episodes in 20th century history: Trotsky’s murder in Mexico by the Catalan Ramón Mercader.

A DOLL'S HOUSE

A DOLL'S HOUSE
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK - FRANCE) 1973
Movie adaptation of one of Europe’s most important 19th century plays, Ibsen’s A Doll’s House. As the leading character of this classic and groundbreaking text in the field of defending women’s rights, Losey worked with Hollywood star Jane Fonda, who slipped perfectly into the role of the faithful wife who discovers the ability to impose herself on the stifling atmosphere around her.

GALILEO

GALILEO
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK - USA) 1975
Losey once again used the historical figure of Galileo Galilei to construct a reflection on intransigence towards those different to us and the repressive mechanisms of power. This adaptation of a text by Bertolt Brecht features a remarkable performance by the actor and singer Topol (Fiddler on the Roof) in the leading part.

A ROMANTIC ENGLISHWOMAN

A ROMANTIC ENGLISHWOMAN
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK - FRANCE) 1975
The masks and fictions we use to give ourselves an identity and the way we relate to others always fascinated Losey, and this film written by playwright Tom Stoppard brings a new turn of the screw on the subject. An author with writer’s block struggles to produce a screenplay, while his wife starts a secret love affair with a young German claiming to be a poet. So begins a stealthy combat between the two in the purest tradition of Losey’s films.

MR. KLEIN

MR. KLEIN
JOSEPH LOSEY (FRANCE - ITALY) 1976
If Losey was always fascinated by paranoid atmospheres and states, what better scenario could serve his purpose but France under Nazi occupation during WW II? This is the world of the rich and elegant art dealer Robert Klein, who has never cared about anyone other than himself. But this anguish-packed film of Kafkaesque overtones has place for the appearance of a second Robert Klein. And this one is of Jewish origin.

LES ROUTES DU SUD / ROADS TO THE SOUTH

LES ROUTES DU SUD / ROADS TO THE SOUTH
JOSEPH LOSEY (FRANCE - SPAIN) 1978
In full swing of the Spanish transition to democracy, Losey shot this film with a screenplay by Spain’s Jorge Semprún, focussing on the uncertainty and confusion of anti-Franco exiles following the dictator’s death. A reflection on the indelible wounds left by fascism, starring one of French cinema’s greatest actors, Yves Montand. A prolongation of Alain Resnais’ La guerre est finie (The War is Over).

DON GIOVANNI

DON GIOVANNI
JOSEPH LOSEY (FRANCE - ITALY - GDR) 1979
Mozart’s classical opera had never seen such a brilliant and luxurious movie adaptation as this one. Shot in spectacular Italian locations, the film combines Losey’s visual talent and the cinematographer Gerry Fisher with the genius of the Austrian composer, whose work is enhanced thanks to an unrepeatable cast: Ruggero Raimondi, Edda Moser, Kiri Te Kanawa, José Van Dam, Kenneth Riegel and Teresa Berganza, under the baton of Lorin Maazel.

LA TRUITE

LA TRUITE
JOSEPH LOSEY (FRANCE) 1982
Isabelle Huppert and Jeanne Moreau star in one of the lesser known works on Losey’s filmography, another of his cosmopolitan movies, shot in this case in France and Japan. The film follows the moral dilemma of Frédérique, owner of a trout farm, torn between staying faithful to her ailing husband and her relations with another two men.

STEAMING

STEAMING
JOSEPH LOSEY (UK) 1985
Losey’s movie farewell, released after his death in 1984, was also a tribute to an entire British cinema tradition thanks to its three stars: two of its most prestigious actresses, Vanessa Redgrave and Sarah Miles, join the former sex symbol of the 50s, Diana Dors, in her last work for the big screen. Three female patrons of a Turkish hammam set out on a crusade to prevent its closure.


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UNA MUJER FANTáSTICA

UNA MUJER FANTÁSTICA (A FANTASTIC WOMAN)
SEBASTIÁN LELIO (CHILE- GERMANY - SPAIN - USA)
Cast: Daniela Vega, Francisco Reyes, Luis Gnecco, Paulina García, Néstor Cantillana, Alonso Torres, Cristián Chaparro, Senén Arancibia
OPENING FILM (IN COMPETITION)
Marina is a young waitress and wannabe singer; Orlando owns a printing company. Together they plan their future. When Orlando dies suddenly, Marina has to stand up to his family and society to show them what she truly is: a complex, strong, forthright and... fantastic woman. Teddy Award and Silver Bear for Best Screenplay at the Berlinale 2017.

AL DESIERTO

AL DESIERTO (TO THE DESERT)
ULISES ROSELL (ARGENTINA - CHILE)
Cast: Valentina Bassi, Jorge Sesán, José María Marcos, Germán De Silva, Gastón Salgado
Driven by the insecurity of her working situation, Julia, an employee at the Comodoro Rivadavia (Argentina) casino, gives in to the temptations of Gwynfor, a laconic man of Welsh descent, who promises her an administrative job with the oil company he works for. By the time she realises her mistake they are already well into the desert as they set out on an arduous hike across the Patagonia plain. Hunting, sheltering in caves and abandoned buildings, with no way out in the middle of infinite distances, the difficult coexistence will change as the days pass. In a pickup truck, on horseback, guided by trackers, superintendent Hermes Prieto is hot on their heels, convinced of finding some kind of trace in the midst of the desert.

ARáBIA / ARABY

ARÁBIA / ARABY
AFFONSO UCHÔA, JOÃO DUMANS (BRAZIL)
Cast: Aristides de Sousa, Murilo Caliari, Glaucia Vandeveld, Renato Novaes, Adriano Araújo, Renan Rovida, Wederson Neguinho, Renata Cabral
Young André lives in an industrial neighbourhood in Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, near an old aluminium factory. Once a week, his aunt Márcia, a voluntary nurse at the community hospital, visits himself and his younger brother to help them with the household chores while their mother is away. One day, one of the factory workers, Cristiano, a foreigner with a stormy background in the neighbourhood, suffers an accident at the factory. Márcia gives him first aid right in front of the factory, and asks André to go to Cristiano's house to get his documents and some clothes. Entering the house, André comes across a mysterious notebook...

COCOTE

COCOTE
NELSON CARLO DE LOS SANTOS ARIAS (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - ARGENTINA - GERMANY - QATAR)
Cast: Vicente Santos, Judith Rodríguez, Yuberbi de la Rosa, Pedro Sierra, Isabel Spencer, José Miguel Fernander
Alberto, an evangelical gardener, returns to his hometown for the funeral of his father, murdered by an influential man. To mourn the dead man, he is forced to participate in religious celebrations that go against both his will and his beliefs.

LA EDUCACIóN DEL REY

LA EDUCACIÓN DEL REY (REY'S EDUCATION)
SANTIAGO ESTEVES (ARGENTINA - SPAIN)
Cast: Germán De Silva, Matías Encinas, Jorge Prado, Mario Jara, Martín Arrojo, Elena Schnell, Marcelo Lacerna, Esteban Lamothe
Films in Progress 30
Bolting from his first ever heist, Reynaldo Galíndez, alias 'Rey', lands in the patio of the house inhabited by Carlos Vargas, a retired security guard. Vargas offers a deal: the young boy will repair the damage to his home in return for not being handed over to the police. The lessons given to the teenager by the former guard develop into a relationship not unlike the old legends of educating a king (for the “Rey” of his name, meaning “king”). But the agreement will start to fall apart when the loose ends of the robbery Reynaldo had been involved in start closing in around them. Films in Progress Industry Award and CAACI / Ibermedia TV Films in Progress Award in 2016.

LA FAMILIA

LA FAMILIA
GUSTAVO RONDÓN CÓRDOVA (VENEZUELA - CHILE - NORWAY)
Cast: Giovanny Garcia, Reggie Reyes
Films in Progress 30
Twelve year-old Pedro roams the streets with his friends in the violent urban atmosphere of a working-class district of Caracas. When Pedro seriously injures another boy in a fight, his single father, Andrés, decides that they must make a run for it and hide. Although Andrés will realise that as a father he is incapable of controlling his son, the situation will bring them closer than they have ever been.

LA NOVIA DEL DESIERTO

LA NOVIA DEL DESIERTO ( THE DESERT BRIDE)
CECILIA ATÁN, VALERIA PIVATO (ARGENTINA - CHILE)
Cast: Paulina García, Claudio Rissi
Films in Progress 31
Teresa (54) has worked for decades as a live-in maid in Buenos Aires. When the family sells the house, she is forced to take a job in a distant town. Though not particularly comfortable with the idea, she embarks on a journey through the desert. During her first stop in the land of the miracle-producing 'Difunta Correa' saint, she loses her bag with all her belongings. This incident leads her to cross paths with a travelling salesman, the only person who can help her. What seemed like the end of her world will prove to be her salvation.

LAS HIJAS DE ABRIL

LAS HIJAS DE ABRIL (APRIL'S DAUGHTERS)
MICHEL FRANCO (MEXICO)
Cast: Emma Suárez, Ana Valeria Becerril, Hernán Mendoza, Joanna Larequi, Enrique Arrizon, Iván Cortés, Giovanna Zacarías, José Ángel García, Tony Dalton
Valeria is 17 and pregnant. She lives in Puerto Vallarta with her step-sister Clara. Valeria doesn’t want April - the mother they haven’t seen for some time - to find out about her pregnancy. However Clara, compelled by financial difficulties and the responsibilities of having a baby in the house, decides to call her. Abril arrives with the intention of helping her daughters, but we soon understand why Valeria would have preferred her to stay away.

LAS OLAS

LAS OLAS (THE WAVES)
ADRIÁN BINIEZ (URUGUAY - ARGENTINA)
Cast: Alfonso Tort, Julieta Zylberberg, Fabiana Charlo, Victoria Jorge, Ilana Hojman
Films in Progress 30
Alfonso leaves work and heads for the beach. He dives into the sea and starts swimming. He surfaces on a beach where he and his family had been on holiday five years earlier. This is the start of a fantastic voyage through the different holidays and resorts he has visited during his lifetime: as a boy with his parents, on a mysterious island with his ex-wife, as a teenager with his friends, with Malaysian pirates and when camping in the same place with two different girlfriends in two consecutive years.

LOS PERROS

LOS PERROS
MARCELA SAID (CHILE - FRANCE)
Cast: Antonia Zegers, Alfredo Castro, Rafael Spregelburd, Alejandro Sieveking
Films in Progress 31
Mariana (42) belongs to the Chilean upper class; she spends her days managing an art gallery and learning how to ride a horse. Her riding instructor, Juan, 20 years her senior, is an ex-cavalry officer known as El Coronel, under investigation for human rights abuses committed during the Chilean dictatorship. When Mariana embarks on a romance with her mysterious teacher, she finds herself caught up in a complex situation from which she is loathe to escape on discovering her father’s close relationship with the man being investigated.

MEDEA

MEDEA
ALEXANDRA LATISHEV (COSTA RICA - ARGENTINA - CHILE)
Cast: Liliana Biamonte, Javier Montenegro, Eric Calderón
Films in Progress 30
María José's life swings back and forth between the monotony of classes at the university, her eternally distant parents, rugby training and dares with her gay friend. Emotionally disconnected from her environment, when she meets Javier she tries to start a relationship with him. But none of her efforts to live a 'normal' life succeed. She harbours a secret that nobody notices: she's a few months into her pregnancy.

TEMPORADA DE CAZA

TEMPORADA DE CAZA (HUNTING SEASON )
NATALIA GARAGIOLA (ARGENTINA)
Cast: Lautaro Bettoni, Germán Palacios, Boy Olmi, Rita Pauls
Films in Progress 31
Nahuel is a teenager with an innate violent conduct. After his mother dies, he travels to Patagonia in Southern Argentina, where he encounters his biological father, who he hasn't seen for more than a decade. Ernesto is a respected hunting guide who lives in the mountains with his second wife and daughters. The reunion is not an easy one, pride and resentment prevail in both father and son. They stubbornly resist any possible contact with one another. However, as the weeks go by and winter settles in, Nahuel starts giving in. Initial hostility gives place to curiosity, both towards his father's universe of hunting and the life of a group of teenagers that he meets in the area. On his side, Ernesto's roughness gives in to the undeniable love he has for his son...


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AU REVOIR Là-HAUT / SEE YOU UP THERE

AU REVOIR LÀ-HAUT / SEE YOU UP THERE
ALBERT DUPONTEL (FRANCE)
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November 1919. Two survivors of the trenches set up a scam based on war memorials. One is a brilliant illustrator, the other an unassuming accountant. In the France of the Roaring Twenties, their operation becomes as dangerous as it is spectacular... Adaptation of Pierre Lemaitre’s novel The Big Swindle, winner of the Prix Goncourt.

MORIR

MORIR (DYING)
FERNANDO FRANCO (SPAIN)
Special Screenings
The lives of Luis and Marta are abruptly paralysed. Lies, guilt and fear put the couple’s stability and love to the test.

UCHIAGE HANABI, SHITA KARA MIRUKA? YOKO KARA MIRUKA? / FIREWORKS, SHOULD WE SEE IT FROM THE SIDE OR THE BOTTOM?

UCHIAGE HANABI, SHITA KARA MIRUKA? YOKO KARA MIRUKA? / FIREWORKS, SHOULD WE SEE IT FROM THE SIDE OR THE BOTTOM?
AKIYUKI SHINBO, NOBUYUKI TAKEUCHI (JAPAN)
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Summer break in a town by the sea. / One day before a firework festival, / classmates excitedly discuss whether / "fireworks are round or flat when they're viewed from the side". / Their classmate Nazuna, who Norimichi has a crush on, / is lost in her own thoughts after learning that / her mother, who is getting remarried, / is making her transfer schools. / "Let's elope". / Nazuna asks Norimichi to run away with her but gets caught by her mother, / who drags her home. Norimichi can’t do anything but watch helplessly. “If I had…” / Norimichi, frustrated with himself for not helping Nazuna, / throws a mysterious ball Nazuna found on the beach. / Then suddenly, time gets rewound to the moment / before Nazuna is forced to go home… / What does fate have in store for Nazuna and Norimichi / at the end of the day that keeps repeating itself? / When fireworks light up the sky, a miracle of love occurs.



WONDERS OF THE SEA 3D

WONDERS OF THE SEA 3D
JEAN-MICHEL COUSTEAU, JEAN-JACQUES MANTELLO (UK - FRANCE)
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Shot in 3D over three years in locations ranging from Fiji to the Bahamas, the film takes us underwater on a thrilling submarine voyage beneath the seas that cover 71% of our planet’s surface. Spectacular documentary produced and narrated by Arnold Schwarzenegger, mythical star of The Terminator and Total Recall. A film with the mission to raise awareness on the treasures of the sea and the need to preserve them. Co-directed by the son of the emblematic pioneer of scientific dissemination Jacques-Yves Cousteau.


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12 JOURS / 12 DAYS
RAYMOND DEPARDON (FRANCE)
Every year in France, 92,000 people are placed under psychiatric care without their consent. By law, the hospital has 12 days to bring each patient before a judge. Based on medical records and a doctor's recommendations, a crucial decision has to be made - will the patient stay or leave? 12 days after which lives can change forever. Granted access to these hearings for the first time, celebrated filmmaker/photographer Raymond Depardon captures these extraordinary encounters between justice and psychiatry. Astonishing, enlightening - a film that gives a voice to those who have previously been voiceless.




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ILIAN METEV (GERMANY - BULGARIA)
Cast: Mila Mihova, Nikolay Mashalov, Todor Velchev, Simona Genkova
Young pianist Mila prepares for an audition abroad. Her brother Niki distracts her with his unwanted talent for the absurd. Their astrophysicist father Todor seems incapable of dealing with his children's anxieties. A portrait of a family during their last summer together.




BRAGUINO
CLÉMENT COGITORE (FRANCE)
In the middle of the Siberian taiga, 450 miles from the nearest village, live two families: the Braguines and the Kilines. Not a single road leads there. A long trip on the Ienissei River, first by boat, then by helicopter, is the only way to reach Braguino. Self-sufficient, both families live there according to their own rules and principles. In the middle of the village: a barrier. The two families refuse to speak. In the river sits an island, where another community is being built: that of the children. Free, unpredictable, wild. Stemming from the fear of the other, that of wild beasts, and the joy procured by the immensity of the forest, unravels a cruel tale in which tensions and fear give shape to the geography of an ancestral conflict.




CALIPATRIA
Short film
GERHARD TREML, LEO CALICE (AUSTRIA)
Cast: Gerhard Treml, Leo Calice
Ikusmira Berriak II
Convicted of murder, Sergio Cassilas (48) lives in solitary confinement. One hour a day he works in Calipatria's desert prison garden. With the help of a guard he smuggles a truckload of earth from the landscape of his favourite movie into its grounds. While working there, Sergio reveals the secret meaning of the soil for his life sentence in prison. Based on a real life story, the film documents Sergio's slow walk across the prison's empty courtyard. The camera's static gaze follows him into the distant garden. While the vision stays imprisoned, Sergio's story leads beyond the prison walls into the iconic riverscapes of the Rio Grande and Alaska's uncharted Yukon territories, tightly connected to American myths of wilderness, lucky strikes, self-made men and the promise of land and liberty for all.




EL SUEÑO DE ANA
Short film
JOSÉ LUIS TORRES LEIVA (CHILE)
Cast: Amparo Noguera, Julieta Figueroa
Ana tells us about a dream she had with her partner, recently deceased. El sueño de Ana is the epilogue of the coming feature film project currently being prepared by José Luis Torres Leiva, entitled Vendrá la muerte y tendrá tus ojos (Death Will Come and It Will Have Your Eyes), about death, love and the start of a new phase.




EX LIBRIS: NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY
FREDERICK WISEMAN (USA)
Ex Libris: The New York Public Library takes viewers behind the scenes of one of the world’s greatest institutions of learning. The film examines how this legendary establishment has continued to go about its regular activities while adapting to the digital revolution. Ex Libris: The New York Public Library explains how libraries inform and educate in many ways: books, concerts, conferences, classes and much more. This library strives to inspire the study of advanced knowledge and to strengthen the community.




FLORES
Short film
JORGE JÁCOME (PORTUGAL)
Cast: André Andrade, Pedro Rosa, Gabriel Desplanque, Jorge Jácome
When a natural crisis occurs, the entire population of the Azores is forced to evacuate due to an uncontrolled plague of hydrangeas, a common flower in the islands. Two young soldiers, impassioned by the beauty of the landscape, guide us through the tales of sadness of those forced to leave and the inherent desire to resist and stay on the islands. The filmic wandering becomes a nostalgic and political reflection on territorial belonging and identity, and the roles we assume in the places we come from.




GEU-HU / THE DAY AFTER
HONG SANG-SOO (SOUTH KOREA)
Cast: Kwon Hae-hyo, Kim Min-hee, Kim Sae-byuk, Cho Yun-hee
Areum is about to tackle her first day at work. Bongwan, her boss, had been having an affair with the woman Areum is replacing. Their relationship has just ended. This day, like all the others, Bongwan leaves his family home for work long before dawn. He can’t stop thinking about the woman who has left. That same day, Bongwan’s wife finds a love letter. She turns up at the office without warning and mistakes Areum for the woman she was hired to substitute.




GWENDOLYN GREEN
Short film
TAMYKA SMITH SMITH (USA)
Cast: Roberta Maxwell, Dominic Rains
Ikusmira Berriak I
Inspired by true events, this is the story of Gwendolyn Green, an elderly, widowed woman living out her days alone, inside a gated Palm Springs residence, as if she were stuck in another era. As Gwendolyn's lack of social graces and isolation start to close in on her, she picks up the telephone and dials 911 in search of human connection. Gwendolyn creates a special bond with the responding officer, finding in him the care and connection to the modern world she craves.




© MLD Films 2017
LA NUIT OÙ J'AI NAGÉ / THE NIGHT I SWAM
DAMIEN MANIVEL, KOHEI IGARASHI (FRANCE - JAPAN)
Cast: Takara Kogawa, Keiki Kogawa, Takashi Kogawa, Chisato Kogawa
Snow covered mountains in Japan. Every night, a fisherman makes his way to the market in town. His 6 year old son is awoken by his departure and finds it impossible to fall back to sleep. In the sleeping household, the young boy draws a picture he then slips into his satchel. On his way to school, still drowsy, he strays off the path and wanders into the snow...




SOLDADO (SOLDIER)
MANUEL ABRAMOVICH (ARGENTINA)
Cast: Juan González
A young man decides to join the army. He becomes the drummer in the military band, and his everyday life is now a combination of military training and music. What does the Argentine Army do these days, more than thirty years after the dictatorship? What does it mean to be a soldier in a country without wars?




SPELL REEL
FILIPA CÉSAR (FRANCE)
In 2011, an archive of film and audio material re-emerged in Bissau. On the verge of complete ruination, the footage testifies to the birth of Guinean cinema as part of the decolonising vision of Amí­lcar Cabral, the liberation leader assassinated in 1973. In collaboration with the Guinean filmmakers Sana na N'Hada and Flora Gomes, and many allies, Filipa César imagines a journey where the fragile matter from the past operates as a visionary prism of shrapnel to look through. Digitised in Berlin, screened and live commented, the archive convokes debates, storytelling, and forecasts. From isolated villages in Guinea-Bissau to European capitals, the silent reels are now the place from where people search for antidotes for a world in crisis.




SRAM / SHAME
Short film
PETAR KRUMOV (BULGARIA)
Cast: Zdravko Moskov, Monika Asparhuhova, Emiliya Panova
Macho is a poor boy who skips school to work on a construction site. The only ray of light for him is his girlfriend, Donna. But she's ashamed of his mother, who works as the janitor at their school. Forced to choose between his mother and his love, Macho finds his own way out of the situation.


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Le Cogitore c'est un court ?

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49 minutes dans la forêt sibérienne.

Zabakatalera est une section un peu spé de San Sebastian qui se plait à mettre dans la même compétition des courts et des longs récompensés par un prix du public. L année dernière par exemple il y avait le court de Bonello de dix minutes et le Lav Diaz de huit heures


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ALANIS
ANAHÍ BERNERI (ARGENTINA)
Cast: Sofía Gala Castiglione, Dante Della Paolera, Dana Basso, Silvina Sabater, Carlos Vuletich
Alanis works as a prostitute. She has a baby and, with her friend Gisela, shares the flat in which she lives and attends to her clients, until two municipal inspectors close down her home and arrest Gisela, accused of procurement. Let down by everybody, Alanis heads for her aunt’s place, across from the Plaza Miserere. From this mixed race and violent neighbourhood, Alanis struggles to recover her dignity, help her friend and take care of her son. She offers her services in the street, but even that has its own rules and Alanis must fight for her place.




© Global Screen
BEYOND WORDS
URSZULA ANTONIAK (POLAND - NETHERLANDS)
Cast: Jakub Gierszał, Andrzej Chyra, Christian Löber
Michael and his boss and best friend Franz feel at home in Berlin’s hip restaurants, bars and clubs. There is seemingly no difference between them, but Michael, who emigrated from Poland after the death of his mother several years ago, still pays extra attention to his accent. Michael is thrown into turmoil when a run-down Polish bohemian shows up on his doorstep and claims to be his father. Father and son, two complete strangers spend a weekend together, torn between empathy, rejection and mistrust. As Michael’s roots catch up with him, a painful crisis seems inevitable...




DER HAUPTMANN / THE CAPTAIN
ROBERT SCHWENTKE (GERMANY - FRANCE - POLAND)
Cast: Max Hubacher, Milan Peschel, Frederick Lau, Alexander Fehling
In the last moments of World War II, a 19 year old private, ragged and starving, steals a captain's uniform. Impersonating an officer he gathers a group of deserters and proceeds to kill and plunder his way through a beaten Nazi Germany. The Captain marks writer/director Robert Schwentke's return to Germany.




LA DOULEUR / MEMOIR OF PAIN
EMMANUEL FINKIEL (FRANCE)
Cast: Mélanie Thierry, Benjamin Biolay, Benoît Magimel, Emmanuel Bourdieu
When she finds two old notebooks in a forgotten box, Marguerite Duras remembers her past and the unbearable pain of waiting. In the 1944 Nazi-occupied France, the young and brilliant author is an active Resistance member with her husband Robert Antelme. When he is deported by the Gestapo, she throws herself into a desperate struggle to get him back. She develops a chilling relationship with local Vichy collaborator Rabier and takes terrible risks to save Robert, playing a cat-and-mouse game of unpredictable meetings all over Paris. Does he really want to help her? Or is he trying to dig up information about the anti-Nazi underground movement? Finally the war ends and camp victims return, an excruciating period for her, a long and silent agony after the chaos of the Liberation of Paris. But she continues to wait, bound to the torment of absence even beyond hope.




NI JUGE, NI SOUMISE / SO HELP ME GOD
JEAN LIBON, YVES HINANT (FRANCE - BELGIUM)
The extraordinary, offbeat judge Anne Gruwez takes us behind the scenes of real life criminal investigations. For three years the satirical team behind the cult TV series Strip-Tease captured what no one had dared film before. Unapologetic and politically incorrect. You won't believe your eyes. It's not cinema: it's worse!




POROROCA
CONSTANTIN POPESCU (ROMANIA - FRANCE)
Cast: Bogdan Dumitrache, Iulia Lumanare, Costin Dogioiu, Stefan Raus, Adela Marghidan
Cristina and Tudor Ionescu have founded a happy family with their two children, Maria and Ilie. He works for a phone company and she is an accountant. They are in their thirties and live in a nice apartment in a Romanian town. They live the life of an ordinary couple with their children. But one Sunday morning when Tudor takes his kids to the park, Maria disappears. Their lives abruptly change forever.


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CHARMøREN / THE CHARMER

CHARMØREN / THE CHARMER
MILAD ALAMI (DENMARK)
Cast: Ardalan Esmaili, Soho Rezanejad, Susan Taslimi, Lars Brygmann
OPENING NIGHT FILM
Charmøren / The Charmer is an intense psychological drama about Esmail, a young Iranian man who is desperately trying to meet women who can secure his stay in Denmark. As time runs out, he falls in love and his past catches up with him. The film deals with themes of race, class, and the struggle for a better life.

APOSTASY

APOSTASY
DANIEL KOKOTAJLO (UK)
Cast: Siobhan Finneran, Molly Wright, Sacha Parkinson, Robert Emms
As devout Jehovah's Witnesses, sisters Alex and Luisa and their mother, Ivanna, are united in The Truth. Alex looks up to her confident older sister, while striving to follow in Ivanna's footsteps as a 'good Witness'. But when Luisa starts to question the advice of the Elders, she makes a life-altering transgression that threatens to expel her from the congregation. Unless Ivanna and Alex can persuade her to return, they must shun her completely. This challenge becomes more painful when their family is faced with another heartbreaking test of faith. Written and directed by Daniel Kokotajlo, a former Jehovah's Witness, Apostasy provides rare insight into the complex nature of faith, family, duty and love.

VILLAGE ROCKSTARS

VILLAGE ROCKSTARS
RIMA DAS (INDIA)
Cast: Bhanita Das, Basanti Das
Ten year-old Dhunu lives in a remote village in Assam, India, amidst raging deprivation. She is a free spirit, while her widowed mother struggles daily to put food on the table and raise her children. But this doesn't prevent her from having dreams, like owning a guitar for the tiny band she wants to put together with some local boys, the 'Village Rockstars'. Dhunu considers herself to be as capable as boys her age. When the boys eventually relinquish their dream, Dhunu refuses to give up on her ambition to own a guitar.


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BORG/MCENROE

BORG/MCENROE
JANUS METZ (SWEDEN - DENMARK - FINLAND)
Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Sverrir Gudnason, Stellan Skarsgård, Tuva Novotny, Leo Borg
Biopic about the rivalry between two of world tennis’s biggest icons: the imperturbable Björn Borg and the temperamental North American John McEnroe, through their legendary confrontation at Wimbledon 1980. Two sportsmen completely different from one another who became legends and the price they had to pay for it. Fire and ice on the court.

HAPPY END

HAPPY END
MICHAEL HANEKE (FRANCE - AUSTRIA - GERMANY)
Cast: Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Mathieu Kassovitz
All around us, the world, and we, in its midst, blind. A snapshot from the life of a bourgeois European family.

JUSQU'à LA GARDE / CUSTODY

JUSQU'À LA GARDE / CUSTODY
XAVIER LEGRAND (FRANCE)
Cast: Denis Ménochet, Léa Drucker, Thomas Gioria, Mathilde Auneveux, Saadia Bentaïeb, Sophie Pincemaille, Emilie Incerti-Formentini
Myriam and Antoine are divorced. She asks for exclusive guardianship to protect her young son from her violent husband, but the judge decides to award both spouses shared custody. The victim of a jealous father, in the endeavour to protect his abused mother, Julien will do everything he can to stop the worst from happening.

LA VILLA / THE HOUSE BY THE SEA

LA VILLA / THE HOUSE BY THE SEA
ROBERT GUÉDIGUIAN (FRANCE)
Cast: Ariane Ascaride, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Gérard Meylan, Anaïs Demoustier, Robinson Stevenin
In a little cove near Marseille, at the height of winter, Angèle, Joseph and Armand return to their elderly father’s home. Angèle is an actress living in Paris and Joseph has just fallen in love with a girl half his age. Armand is the only one who had stayed behind in Marseille to run his father’s small restaurant. It’s time for them to weigh up what they have inherited of their patriarch’s ideals and the community spirit he created in this magical place around a restaurant for workers. But the arrival of a group of boat people will change their reflections…

MOTHER!

MOTHER!
DARREN ARONOFSKY (USA)
Cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Michelle Pfeiffer, Ed Harris
A couple’s relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence. A riveting psychological thriller about love, devotion and sacrifice.

SANDO-ME NO SATSUJIN / THE THIRD MURDER

SANDO-ME NO SATSUJIN / THE THIRD MURDER
HIROKAZU KOREEDA (JAPAN)
Cast: Masaharu Fukuyama, Kôji Yakuso, Suzu Hirose
Attorney Shigemori takes on the defence of murder-robbery suspect Misumi who served jail time for another murder 30 years ago. Shigemori’s chances of winning the case seem low - his client freely admits his guilt, despite facing the death penalty if he is convicted. But as he digs deeper into the case and hears the testimonies of Mishumi and his family, Shigemori begins to doubt whether his client is the murderer after all.

THE FLORIDA PROJECT

THE FLORIDA PROJECT
SEAN BAKER (USA)
Cast: Willem Dafoe, Brooklynn Prince, Valeria Cotto, Bria Vinaite, Caleb Landry Jones
The Florida Project tells the story of Moonee, a precocious six-year-old and her ragtag group of friends whose summer break is filled with childhood wonder, possibility and a sense of adventure, while the adults around them struggle with hard times. All over the United States, cheap motels have become the last refuge for those unable to secure a permanent home. These invisible destitute people are increasingly greater in number, and 41% are families who struggle every day to keep a roof over their heads. This story is set in the suburbs of Orlando, holiday capital par excellence, home to “the most magical place on earth”. All along the road wending through the land of theme parks and resorts, the cheap hotels that in their day attracted tourists, exploiting the mysticism of Disney, now house homeless families. Moonee and her mother Halley, 22, live in one of these places: the Magic Castle Motel.

THE LEISURE SEEKER

THE LEISURE SEEKER
PAOLO VIRZÌ (ITALY )
Cast: Helen Mirren, Donald Sutherland
Ella and John are fleeing the suffocating care of their doctors and grown children. He is distracted but strong. She is frail but sharp. The journey aboard their faithful old camper takes them from Boston to Key West in the USA. Sharing moments of exhilaration and anguish, they recapture their passion for life and their love for others, seeing differently and with perspective the things they’ve left behind. And this means that the way they see each other too will change during their adventure.

THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI

THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI
MARTIN MCDONAGH (UK)
Cast: Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, Peter Dinklage, Abbie Cornish, Lucas Hedges, Caleb Landry Jones
After months have passed without a culprit in her daughter’s murder case, Mildred Hayes makes a bold move, painting three signs leading into her town with a controversial message directed at William Willoughby, the town’s revered chief of police. When his second-in-command officer, Dixon, an immature mother’s boy with a penchant for violence, gets involved, the battle between Mildred and Ebbing’s law enforcement is only exacerbated.

YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE

YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE
LYNNE RAMSAY (USA - FRANCE)
Cast: Joaquin Phoenix. Ekaterina Samsonov, Alessandro Nivola, Alex Manette, John Doman, Judith Roberts
A missing teenage girl. A brutal and tormented enforcer on a rescue mission. Corrupt power and vengeance unleash a storm of violence that may lead to his awakening.


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