Seven world premieres at the sixth BCN Film Fest

– Between April 21 and 29 will take place the previews of the films Espejo, Espejoby Marc Créhuet; mother’s love, by Paco Caballero; and Todos lo hacenby Martín Cuervo, among others

Espejo, Espejo by Marc Crehuet

the Barcelona-Sant Jordi International Film Festival or BCN Film Fest, which focuses on the links between audiovisual, literature and history, has just finalized the program for its sixth edition, which will be held from April 21 to 29 in Barcelona. This year’s festival features 70 films across the event’s eight sections, including seven world premieres.

The festival opens with the world premiere of the Spanish film Espejo, Espejo [+see also:
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the last work of Marc Crehuetfeaturing Santi Millan, Malena Alterio, Carlos Areces and Natalia de Molina; and ends with Porka mostly American film directed by Michel Sarnoski and featuring Nicholas Cage.

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The other premieres (all Spanish productions, distributed in different sections of the festival) will be El frio que quemamade by newcomer Santi Trullenquefeaturing Greta Fernandez, Adria Collado and Roger Casamajor; mother’s loveby Paco Caballerofeaturing Quim Gutierrez, Yolande Ramos and carmen machi; choral comedy Todos lo hacenby Martin Cuervowith sava queen, Macarena Gomez, Andrea Duro, Kira Miro, Julian Lopez and Toni Acosta; The Pillara documentary by Esther case on clandestine cinema at the end of the Franco era; The mealtimethe return of Angeles Gonzalez-Sinde (Read more); and Quico Sabaté: sense of destinya historical drama Silvia Quer with Roger Casamajor.

The official section of the festival includes feature films such as the Spanish drama Guiltby Ibon Cormenzana (just out Beyond the summit [+see also:
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after Malaga) and with Manuela Velles as a co-author and in the central role of a woman who has been sexually abused; the German The conferenceby Matti Geschönneck; english Mr. Win, by Will Sharpeand The Phantom of the Open [+see also:
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by Craig Robert; French Deception [+see also:
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by Arnaud Desplechin, Eugenie Grandet [+see also:
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by Marc Dugain, Maigretby Patrice Leconteand The accusation [+see also:
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by Yvan Attal; and the co-production between Indonesia, France, Singapore and Australia yuni [+see also:
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by Kamila Andiniwinner of the Platform Prize at the Toronto Film Festival.

The Official Out of Competition Section includes, among others, films such as Ennio [+see also:
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by Giuseppe Tornatorein regards to Ennio Morricone, the composer of legendary soundtracks; the thriller The maniobra of the tortugaby Juan Miguel del Castillo; I want to talk about Duras [+see also:
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speak French Claire Simon; and Spanish dramas Sinjar [+see also:
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by Anna M. Bofaruland Llama skin [+see also:
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by David Martin Porras.

Finally, China by Cineasia, a selection of short films by ESCAC students, documentaries on the great painters (Art al cinema) and the retrospective on Jeremy Thomasaccompanied by the documentary dedicated to him by Marc Cousins (The Storms of Jeremy Thomas [+see also:
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) and a bunch of classics produced by him, like the last emperor, The dreamers [+see also:
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and The sheltered skyby Bernardo Bertolucciamong others, complete the program.

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(Translated from Spanish)

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