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The film ‘20,000 Species of Bees’, directed by Estíbaliz Urresola Solaguren, will be shown at the Calgary International Film Festival (@ciffcalgary) as part of the International Narrative Competition Section. Screenings: ➖ 23rd September: 3:00 PM, Cineplex Eau Claire 6, Calgary ➖ 30th September: 3:15 PM, Cineplex Eau Claire 6, Calgary
#71SSIFF | "Participating in the Cannes Critics' Week is a significant recognition that helps to give visibility to 'Contadores' and to boost future projects." The San Sebastian Film Festival (@sansebastianfes) will host the short film 'Contadores' as part of the Zabaltegi-Tabakalera section. Directed by Irati Gorostidi, the film premiered at the Cannes Critics' Week and was part of last year's Kimuak catalog. It tells the story of a group of libertarian militants who spend a night in 1978 printing a leaflet. The agreement for the metal industry of the province of Gipuzkoa is about to be signed and they defend the need to continue the struggle. While writing and printing the leaflet, they reflect on personal relationships and speculate on communal living. The next day, in the entrance hall of the factory where they work, they join a workers' meeting and encourage their fellow workers to fight for better conditions. But the growing unionization of the workers' movement has taken away the influence they once had, moving their radical political project into irrelevance. ❗ Interview available on September 27.
'Robotia', the film by Diego Matías Cagide and Diego Lucero (Dibulitoon Studio, Kantauri Filma, Paycom Multimedia, Malabar Productions), will be part of the 15th edition of the @weirdmarket__ The Animation, Video Games, and New Media Market will take place from the 26th to the 30th of September in Valencia.
#71SSIFF | “Despite the difficulties and being invisible, women have made films, are making films and will go on to make films, each with her own point of view” The documentary 'A Deep Breath,' directed by Rosa Zufía and Bertha Gaztelumendi, will make its debut on Tuesday, 26th September at the Victoria Eugenia Theatre as part of the Basque Cinema Gala. Basque women filmmakers both from the past and in the present are the protagonists of this immersion into cinema made by women. Three female divers guide us through the stories of their films, their vision, their dreams, their efforts to plough ahead and, above all, their contribution to cinema as a whole. ❗ Interview available September 26
KRESAL USAINA "The scent of sea salt"
The Arpiz must go through the most important duel of their lives after a devastating accident. A cold and worn relationship between Josu and Xabier, father and eldest son, and the jealousy and confrontation between Xabier and Hugo, a younger brother with autism, for the love of Enara, threaten to make it impossible. Hugo's drawings and his devotion to the cinema will bring a glimmer of light and some hope in the lives of this broken family.View +
June has found her first summer job, taking care of Constance, a sensitive child in need of love. June befriends the little girl and harbours the illusion of becoming her year-round nanny. As June becomes attached to the child, she discovers the violence of class relations and the denial of her identity.View +
The racist police control and closure of the border bridges of the Bidasoa river that France imposed in the summer of 2018, to prevent the entry of immigrants in transit to other European countries, has already caused 10 deaths.View +
THE KING OF THE WEEK
Martín (33) is a divorced man and with a son who works in a cosmetics factory. He takes care of his image and body and feels alone. Desperate, he is part of a seduction workshop that helps people to find a partner. One day he meets Marta (32) and flirting with her becomes his great goal.View +
A newly arrived in Europe immigrant begins his career as an apprentice phone repairman, working hard while daydreaming about what the future holds for him. However, what he finds in a customer's phone will be a reality check that will make him rethink his entire worldview.View +
Ane and Andrea are in their bedroom having sex. Life goes on outside, but they have lost track of time: they talk, laugh, fuck, and sweat. It’s hot and they’re thirsty. Although they sometimes think they are thirsty, they want to seize their moment together and hug each other again, until their bodies can’t take it anymore and help arrives from outside to save them.View +
Inés and her grandmother Esperanza have always had a special relationship. The grandmother plays songs from her youth during their meetings and with one of them, Batallón de Modistillas, she opens the box of memories and the imagination of her granddaughter. Music becomes the perfect pretext for a journey through time in which wonderful characters, free women, dreams without borders and unforgettable melodies appear.View +
MY DAD THE TRUCK
After losing everything in a flood, Bonifacio, a bumbling, hard-headed farmer, is forced to leave the countryside and travel to the city with his young daughter Hilda to pursue his dream of becoming a truck driver, but it soon becomes clear that Bonifacio is no good at doing anything and all he leaves behind is wreckage in his wake. As misadventures lead father and daughter down opposite paths in the city, Bonifacio discovers his true profession: being a father.View +
Caroline watches the street through the window, she is startled when she hears keys in the door, it's Nathan, her husband. A winning lottery ticket belonging to a girl who has had an accident has come into his hands.View +
In the mid-20th century, Jon Mirande proved with his prose that Basque was capable of producing cultured and universal literature. Everyone acknowledges his importance. Yet he remains a taboo subject. Mirande is said to be a racist. A paedophile. A Nazi. A misogynist. Immoral. Every time he is mentioned, controversies flare up. We don't know what to do about him. I want to make a film about Mirande. But I don't know how. Perhaps the most interesting thing to do would be to let him have his say.View +