Le Festival du film d’Ourense démarre

– L’événement, qui commence aujourd’hui et se prolongera jusqu’au samedi 1er octobre, va projeter plus de cent titres et rendre hommage à Jaime Chávarri et Pablo Trapero

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Starting today, and all the way up until Saturday 1 October, Ourense will be the Galician capital of arthouse film. Over the course of this week, the 27thOurense International Film Festival (OUFF) will host the screenings of over 100 titles, scattered among its various sections. The official section will boast 13 features, all of which will be titles getting their Galician premieres. However, in addition to this, the gathering will host a number of Spanish premieres – namely, films of the likes of Remains of the Wind [+lire aussi :
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by Tiago Guedes, Perfume de Gardenias (Puerto Rico/Colombia) by Macha Colón, How I Learned to Fly by Radivoje Antic and The Open Body by Ángeles Huerta. These are joined by O home e o can by Ángel de la Cruz, which will enjoy its world premiere in Ourense.

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The official section will also play host to titles helmed by a slew of today’s great filmmakers, which have emerged victorious at big festivals such as Berlin, Venice and Cannes. Audiences in Ourense will thus be able to enjoy movies of the calibre of Both Sides of the Blade [+lire aussi :
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by Claire Denis, Triangle of Sadness [+lire aussi :
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by Ruben Östlund, El agua [+lire aussi :
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interview : Elena Lopez Riera
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by Elena López Riera, On the Fringe [+lire aussi :
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by Juan Diego Botto, and Tori and Lokita [+lire aussi :
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by the Dardenne brothers.

As well as showcasing the titles that will be going head to head in an attempt to win prizes totalling €52,000, the festival will pay tribute to key figures from today’s cinema landscape. For example, Argentinian director Pablo Trapero will receive the International Honorary Calpurnia. Furthermore, DoP Lucía C Pan (What Went Wrong? [+lire aussi :
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, Trot [+lire aussi :
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) will be handed the Chano Piñeiro Award, the Eduardo Barreiros Award will be bestowed upon director Alauda Ruiz de Azúa (one of the year’s big revelations, thanks to her film Lullaby [+lire aussi :
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), Chechu Salgado (winner of the Goya Award for Best New Actor earlier this year for The Laws of the Border [+lire aussi :
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) will pick up the Ourense Award, sound designer Carlos Faruolo (La gran familia española [+lire aussi :
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, Cell 211 [+lire aussi :
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) will be honoured with the Special Prize of the 27th OUFF, and the Honorary Calpurnia will be granted to filmmaker Jaime Chávarri. The latter will be in attendance in Ourense to present his most recent work, La manzana de oro, and will make the most of his time at the festival by dispensing a master class on how to direct actors and actresses.

The varied programme of the OUFF will be rounded off by parallel sections such as Inédito en Ourense, Sesiones Especiales, Ciclo Xacobeo, Cine e auga, Panorama Galicia, Cine y Literatura, Cine na cadea, Ciclo Nicolás Echevarría, Ciclo Unam, OUFF Series and Cine en Familia. Besides these highlights, there will be photo exhibitions, meetings with industry professionals, film-focused strolls around the city and concerts.

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