Pamplona (Spain), 22-27 February 

Noticias

12/23/2008

OFFICIAL SECTION 2009

13 feature films and 13 short films will participate in the Official Section. The Festival will be held in Pamplona from February 13rd to 21st.

13 feature films and 13 short films will participate in the Official Section. The documentaries selected, which shall be screened in Pamplona from the 13rd to the 21st of February as part of the festival, shall opt for the Punto de Vista Prize for the Best Film (10,000 euros), the Jean Vigo Prize for the Best Director (5,500 euro), the Prize for the Best Short Film (3,500 euros) and the Audience´s Special Prize (2,500 euros). The international jury, which is to include the directors Marcel Lozinski and Ross McElwee, shall also be awarding two special mentions, worth 1,250 euros each in prize money.

SELECTION

FEATURE FILMS
La orilla que se abisma. Gustavo Fontán. Argentina. 64’
Iraqi Short films. Mauro Andrizzi. Argentina. 93’
El cielo, la tierra y la lluvia. Jose Luis Torres Leiva. Chile. 110’
Mirages. Olivier Dury. Francia. 45’
Alicia en el País. Esteban Larrain. Chile.86’
Z32. Avi Mograbi. Israel/Francia. 81’
Four Steps. Audrius Stonys. Lituania. 50’
Al más allá. Lourdes Portillo. EEUU.42’
Los Herederos. Eugenio Polgovsky. México. 90’
Intimidades de Shakespeare y Victor Hugo. Yulene Olaizola. México. 83’
Line. Kotani Tadasuke. Japón. 52’
Revue. Sergei Loznitsa. Alemania/Rusia/Ucrania. 82’
Dust. Harmut Bitomsky. Alemania. 90’

SHORT FILMS
A Horse Is Not A Metaphor. Barbara Hammer. EEUU. 30’
Four Questions for a Rabbi. Jay Rosenblatt. EEUU. 12’
The chair. Grace Schwindt. Gran Bretaña. 10’
Booths. Mikhail Zheleznikov. Rusia.27’
The Spot. Alexandre O. Philippe. EEUU. 17’
Bitch Academy. Alina Rudnitskaya. Rusia. 29’
The treasured waters. Ilkka Rautio. Finlandia. 14’
Maesmak. Georges Salameh. Italia. 20’
La Constelación Bartleby. Andrés Duque. España.  23’
Mi hermana y yo. Virginia García del Pino. España. 10’
El tránsito. León Siminiani. España. 12’
Lost World. Gyula Nemes. Hungría/Finlandia. 20’
Kici, Kici. Pawel Lozinski. Polonia. 28’