The FICLO 2020 International Competition includes nine works of recent production, which explore the different forms of filmmaking, all vertebrates by travel as a theme of universal literature over the centuries.
Taking advantage of the excellent climatic conditions in the region, the main competition of the festival will have the courtyard of the Republic as its central point of exhibitions.
🎥 Adoration, Fabrice du Welz, Belgium, fic., 2020, 98 ’(National premiere)
🎥 I Do Not Care if we go down in History as Barbarians [Îmi este indiferent dacă în istorie vom intra ca barbari], Radu Jude, Romania, fic., 2018, 180 ’
🎥 Campo, Tiago Hespanha, Portugal, doc., 2019, 100 ’
🎥Endless Night [Long Night], Eloy Enciso, Spain, fic., 2019, 93 ’
🎥 Fortress [Fortezza], Ludovica Andò, Emiliano Aiello, Italy, fic., 2019, 72 ’(National debut)
🎥 Out Stealing Horses [Ut og stjæle hester], Hans Petter Moland, Norway, fic., 2019, 123 ’(National debut)
🎥The Good Girls [Las Niñas Bien], Alejandra Márquez, Mexico, fic., 2018, 93 ’(National debut)
🎥 There was a Little Ship [Il était un petit navire], Marion Hänsel, Belgium, doc., 2019, 65 ’(National premiere)
🎥 Valley of Souls, Nicolás Rincón Gille, Colombia, fic., 2019, 127 ’(National debut)
More information about location, time and ticket prices soon.