12 May Still Here

by Marcos Gabarri We may never understand what it means to grow old. Perhaps this is because young people think the world was only born at the same moment they were. Self-centred, youngsters have an intrinsic drive, almost an impulse, which is impossible to suppress: They have a hunger for making...

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11 May Cinema Novo

by Marcos Gabarri Camera In Hand, Idea in Mind. This was the slogan of Cinema Novo, a concept, a language as a method of film production. It all started in the early 60’s, when a bunch of young Brazilians, filmmakers, decided to end the established order. They claimed they did it because...

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10 May Carlos Pizarro: “From warlord to guardian of peace”

- The thrilling story of ‘Pizarro’, a key name in  recent Colombian history, will have its UK premiere at IberoDocs IV - Filmmaker Simón Hernández follows the footsteps of María José Pizarro while trying to find the truth about her father’s death by Eva Yera It all begins in April, 1970. The M-19...

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09 May Eldorado XXI

By Sara Mediavilla At 5100 metres in the Andean mountains you will find the highest human settlement in the world, which lies at the foot of the glacier known as “The Sleeping Beauty”. La Rinconada is for many a city of short stays, organized abruptly with the passage of time around...

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08 May Barcelona is powerful

by Marcos Gabarri We have swallowed so many lies recently, we have almost lost our sense of taste. We can’t recognise the different flavours anymore and some of these lies seem to taste like the truth. The most common dish in current Spanish gastronomy is the one which says the economic...

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30 Mar Mermaids

by Marcos Gabarri It is said that mermaids do not exist. Claudia Varejão proves just the opposite, however. Hidden in the shadows, she claims that mermaids are real and that they are struggling to survive. Their numbers are extremely low and they have little strength left to endure the continuous blows...

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23 Mar Spanish filmmakers Daniel García and Aurelio Medina to present their documentary about Dennis Hopper’s most mysterious movie at IberoDocs

-'Rest in peace, Mr Hopper' will have its UK premiere at the festival's 4th edition -The filmmakers will deliver a workshop on editing and postproduction for documentaries by Eva Yera Hollywood didn’t like Dennis Hopper's third work, 'The Last Movie'. In fact, he was banned from directing for ten years after its presentation....

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02 Mar The Gaze of Salamanca: Ricardo Íscar Masterclass

by Marcos Gabarri It was January 1961. In western Spain, the frozen capital of the Tormes river had been turned white by ice. Suddenly, a loud cry broke the silence. His name was Ricardo. Salamanca had witnessed his birth. This city never gets involved in anything - in just the same...

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