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Fotos Lisbeth Salas

Paz Alicia Garcíadiego, reconocida guionista, que ha conseguido el aplauso de la crítica y el público por muchos de sus films, en particular, los realizados con Arturo Ripstein, participará como ponente junto al propio Ripstein y Ricardo Benet en la mesa redonda Cine Mexicano: logros y contradicciones.

Jueves 18 @ 19:30h
Sala Mirador CCCB
Entrada gratuíta

Verano de Goliat, the new film by Mexican filmmaker Nicolás Pereda (whose films ¿Dónde están sus historias?, Perpetuum mobile and Entrevista con la tierra have all screened at previous editions of l’Alternativa), won the Orizzonti Prize at the 67th Venice International Film Festival and has just won Best Film at the Valdivia International Film Festival

Screening in competition at l’Alternativa Sunday 14th & Friday 19th November. Spanish première

verano de goliatMexican filmmaker Nicolás Pereda (whose films ¿Dónde están sus historias?, Perpetuum mobile and Entrevista con la tierra have all screened at previous editions of l’Alternativa), has won the Orizzonti Prize at the 67th Venice International Film Festival with his latest film Verano de Goliat. The film is already confirmed to screen in competition at l’Alternativa in November 2010. In the main competition the Goppi Volti Best Actress Award was given to Ariane Labed for her role in Attenberg by Athina Rachel Tsangari, whose debut feature film The Slow Business of Going won an award at l’Alternativa 2001. Grande! (+ info en castellano..)

destination finale

A few days ago at EntreVues de Belfort…

3 films screened at the last edition of l’Alternativa picked up awards at the Festival International du Film de Belfort. Politist, Adjectiv, awarded the Feature Film Prize at l’Alternativa, won Best Film, Gabino Rodriguez won Best Actor Award for his role in Perpetuum Mobile and Destination Finale was awarded Best Documentary Short. Félicitacions!