The Seville European Film Festival has programmed in its Official Section the new films by Larry Clark, Ruben Östlund, Andrey Zvyagintsev and Alice Rohrwacher and also the last film by Alain Resnais. El camino más largo para volver a casa, representing Spain, along with the new films by the Safdie brothers, Eugène Green and Saverio Constanzo
The recent winner of the Gold Shell at San Sebastian for Best Film ('Magical Girl') and Best Director is leading the group of five professionals who will decide the Gold Giraldillo for the Official section of SEFF'14. The documentary maker Carla Subirana, present at last year’s Seville Festival with 'Volar', is on the jury for the section The New Waves Non Fiction
The film by Manuel Gómez Pereira opens, out of competition, the Official Section in which Sergi Pérez’s first feature film ‘El camino más largo para volver a casa’ is competing. Two national productions are participating in the New Waves section, another three in New Waves Non Fiction
Films in original version aimed at schoolchildren who have not yet learned to read will have an actress present in the cinema performing the dialogues Animation will have an important presence, with particular mention for ‘Meñique’, the only Spanish production –in co-production with Cuba- competing in this section
The XI edition of the SEFF is programming a season with the best of recent Austrian films, a monograph on the work of Martin Arnold (with a parallel exhibition in the CAAC) and an extra section devoted to experimental cinema. Austrian participation will be completed with ‘Amour Fou’, by Jessica Hausner, which is competing in the Official Section; ‘We come as friends’, by Hubert Sauper, which is in New Waves-Non Fiction; and ‘Macondo’, by Sudabeh Mortezai, which will be seen in the EFA Selection
The image by the Seville artist presents a bird’s eye view of the Casino of the Ibero-American Exposition in Seville in 1929 and of the María Luisa Park, which celebrates its centennial this year
Film essayist –because of the character he imposed on his work as a filmmaker and as writer and film historian-, the Finnish creator and scholar Peter Von Bagh died this weekend, when he was immersed in the international presentation of his latest film and was soon to publish his new literary works.
Tussam will create a special card with a 50% discount. It includes 16 journeys with transfer at a price of 5 euros and can be acquired along with festival season tickets for the general public and for students.
Mike Leigh, with ‘Mr. Turner’, the new work as director by Asia Argento, the documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman and his visit to the ‘National Gallery’, and the winner of the Golden Lion in Venice, Roy Andersson, among the directors who will have the Spanish premiere of their new films at the SEFF.