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Heli A film by Amat Escalante

Mexico/Germany/Netherlands/France, Political Drama, 2013105 min, HD, ColorIn Spanish with English subtitles

Thursday, April 24th 9:45PM

Marchesa Hall & Theatre

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El verano de los peces voladores / The Summer of Flying Fish A film by Marcela Said

Chile/France, Coming of Age/Drama/Comedy, 201387 min, HD, ColorIn Spanish with English subtitles

Saturday, April 26 - 6:30PMAlamo Village 3

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La despedida / The Goodbye A film by Alvaro Diaz Lorenzo

Spain/USA, Comedy/Romance/Adventure, 201384 min, HDV, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Wednesday, April 23 - 9:30 PMAlamo Village 2Friday, April 25 - 13:30 PMAlamo Village 3

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Las niñas Quispe / The Quispe Girls A film by Sebastián Sepúlveda

Chile/France/Argentina, Drama, 201383 min, Digital HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Wednesday, April 23 - 7PMAlamo Village 3

Saturday, April 26 - 2PMAlamo Village 2

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Mateo A film by María Gamboa

Colombia/France, Drama/Social Issue, 201486 min, HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Thursday, April 24 - 12:30PMAlamo Village 2

Saturday, April 26 - 7PMAlamo Village 2

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Miradas múltiples, la máquina loca / Multiple Visions (The Crazy Machine) A film by Emilio Maillé

Mexico/France/Spain, Art/Film/Historical Documentary, 201295 min, 35mm/HD, Black & WhiteEnglish, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese with English subtitles

Saturday, April 26 - 9:30 PM

Alamo Village 2

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  Rodri

Franco Lolli

Colombia/France, Drama, 201224 min, VHS/RED/35mm, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

 

Rodrigo hasn't worked in eight years. Soon, he'll be forty-seven.

 

North American Premierewww.lesfilmsduworso.com 

Print Source: Christophe Barral - Les Films du Worso, cbarral@worso.com

 

 

 

   
  CebúCebu

Pablo Belaubre

Cuba/France, Erotic Drama/Horror, 201212 min, Digital, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

 

Ivan receives a visit from Marushka in his butcher shop. He is having an affair with her. Between the back room and the freezer room, they have an erotic ritual that mixes fantasy with Siberian evocation. When they reach the climax, Susana, Ivan’s wife discovers them, unchaining a sequence of violence between them, leaving only one of the three alive.

 

North American Premierewww.eictv.org 

Print Source: Promoción Internacional - EICTV, promocioninternacional@eictv.co.cu

 

 

 

 

   
  Padre Father

Santiago 'Bou' Grasso

Argentina/France, Animation/Historical/Drama, 201312 min, Digital, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

 

Day by day, a woman nurses her bedridden military father. The dictatorship in Argentina may be over, but not for this army daughter, who is lost to the world. PADRE has won numerous awards, was nominated for Best Argentine Short in 2013 at the Cóndor de Plata Awards, and has been selected to screen at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.

 

Regional Premierewww.opusbou.com.ar 

Print Source: Santiago 'Bou' Grasso, info@opusbou.com.ar

Wednesday, April 23rd 4:00PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3Saturday, April 26th 1:30PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3

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BonsáiBonsai

Cristián Jiménez

Chile/France/Argentina/Portugal, Drama/Comedy, 201195 min, 35mm, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

This charming debut celebrates love, literature and botany in the portrayal of a struggling writer, who, in order to keep up a lie that he has told his current lover, finds himself writing a book about his very first experience with love. Nostalgic and moving, Jiménez captures the essence of first love, and the loss of innocence that occurs when it disappears. This film has played all over the world, including in Un Certain Regard at Cannes and at the Toronto International Film Festival; winner of the FIPRESCI Prize for Best Film at Havana Film Festival, and both the Grand Jury Prize (Ibero-American Competition) and the Jordan Alexander Kressler Screenwriting Award at Miami Film Festival.

Co-presented by Austin Film Society

Austin Premiere

Cristián Jiménez was born in Valdivia, Chile in 1975. Before becoming a filmmaker, he wrote short stories and studied sociology in Santiago de Chile, Heidelberg and London. His first feature film, Ilusiones ópticas, a deadpan dramatic comedy where different lives intersect during a grey winter in Valdivia, premiered in San Sebastián in 2009. He wrote and directed several short films, among them El Tesoro de los Caracoles and XX, co-wrote the feature films 199 Recetas para ser Feliz and Los Debutantes, and worked as a TV producer in the UK during 3 years.

Producer: Bruno Bettati, Julie Gayet, Nadia TurincevScreenwriter: Cristián JiménezCinematographer: Inti BrionesEditor: Soledad SalfateSound Design: Manuel RoblesMusic: Caroline Chaspoul, Eduardo HenríquezCast: Diego Noguera, Natalia Galgani, Gabriela Arancibia, Trinidad González, Hugo Medina

Print Source: Brandon Peters - Strand Releasing, Brandon@strandreleasing.com

Thursday, April 26 - 7:00 PM

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar

Screening followed by Skype Q&A with director Cristián Jiménez

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El edificio de los chilenos The Chilean Building

Macarena Aguiló Marchi, Susana Foxley

Chile/Cuba/France/Netherlands, Autobiographical Documentary, 2010 96 min, HDV, Color Spanish with English subtitles

 

By reconstructing her past from memories, letters, childhood drawings and animation, Macarena Aguiló Marchi attempts to understand why her parents sent her abroad to be raised by strangers while they risked their lives back in Chile fighting the Pinochet regime. El edificio de los chilenos is a film about children who lost their parents under the relocation project Proyecto Hogares, as well as the parents who not only lost the Revolution, but any chance of ever seeing their children again. Winner of the Grand Prize at the FIDOCS festival in Santiago, Chile.

 

North American Premiere

www.eledificiodeloschilenos.blogspot.com

 

Macarena Aguiló Marchi was born in 1971 in Chile. El edificio de los chilenos is her first film, and after this autobiographical production, she also contributed to the work of other documentaries including Final Image and The Other Side of La Moneda.

Producer: Macarena Aguiló Marchi Production Companies: Rayo Verde Screenwriter: Macarena Aguiló Marchi Cinematographer: Arnaldo Rodríguez Editor: Catherine Mabilat, Macarena Aguiló Marchi, Ilán Stehberg, Galut Alarcón, Ismael Miranda Sound Design: Mauricio Molina Music: Elizabeth Morris Print Source: Macarena Aguiló Marchi, maguilomar@gmail.com

 

 

Alamo South Lamar - Fri. April 22 7:00 PM Buy Tickets

 

Por tu culpa It's Your Fault

Anahí Berneri

Argentina/France, Drama, 2010 87 min, 35mm, Color Spanish with English subtitles

 

For a young mother, Julieta, who has recently been separated from her husband, it is another normal evening at home. Her two little boys are playing in their cramped apartment while she tries to get work done on a deadline, but then the youngest boy falls and hurts himself. Children in tow, Julieta heads to the hospital where help and understanding give way to criticism, mistrust, and shattering suspicions. For Julieta, the roles of victim and victimizer become one.

 

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Anahí Berneri, was born in Martínez, Buenos Aires Province, in 1975. Her first feature, Un año sin amor, and second feature, Encarnación, won awards at various festivals. Por tu culpa, her third feature, competed in the Berlin, San Sebastian and Karlovy Vary festivals.

 

Producer: Diego Dubcovsky, Daniel Burman Production Companies: BD Cine SRL, Tu Vas Voir Screenwriter: Anahí Berneri, Sergio Wolf Cinematographer: Willi Behnisch Editor: Eliane Katz Sound Design: Jesica Suarez Music: Sebastian Bianchini Cast: Erica Rivas, Nicasio Galán, Zenón Galán, Rubén Viani, Marta Bianchini, Osmar Núñez, Carlos Portaluppi. Print Source: Paul Hudson - Outsider Pictures, info@outsiderpictures.us

 

 

Alamo South Lamar - Mon. April 25 4:00 PMBuy Tickets

 

Nostalgia de la luz Nostalgia for the Light

Patricio Guzmán

Chile/France/Spain/Germany, Documentary, 2010 90 min, HDCam, Color Spanish with English subtitles

 

Co-sponsored by Austin Film Society

Astronomers from all over the world gather in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile to observe the stars. Here, the transparency of the sky means that you can see to the very limits of the universe. Below the desert, the dryness of the ground keeps human remains intact forever: pre-Colombian mummies, explorers, miners, and the remains of disappeared political prisoners from Pinochet's dictatorship. Women sift the desert soil for the bones of their loved ones while archaeologists uncover traces of ancient civilizations, and astronomers examine the old and distant galaxies. Melding celestial and earthly quests, Nostalgia de la luz is a gorgeous, moving, and deeply personal odyssey. Named Best Documentary at the 2010 European Film Academy Awards.

 

Austin Premiere

www.icarusfilms.com

 

Patricio Guzmán, born in 1941 in Santiago, Chile, and current chair and founder of the International Documentary Film Festival in Santiago (FICDOCS), is known for his political and historical documentaries, including Salvador Allende, The Pinochet Case and The Battle of Chile, winner of numerous international awards.

 

Producer: Renate Sachse Production Companies: Rosa Filmes, Ad Vitam Production Screenwriter: Patricio Guzmán Cinematographer: Katell Djian Editor: Emmanuelle Joly, Patricio Guzmán Sound Design: Freddy González, Jean-Jacques Quinet, Damien Defoys Music: Luis Rossi, Hernán Muñoz, Natalia Cantillano, Julio Zapata, Celso López, Marco Álvarez, María Eugenia Villegas, José Miguel Tobar, José Miguel Miranda, Randall Ledermann Print Source: Icarus Films, mail@icarusfilms.com

 

Photo Courtesy of Icarus Films

 

Alamo South Lamar - Sat. April 23 6:30 PMBuy Tickets

 

Morrer Como um Homem To Die Like a Man

João Pedro Rodrigues

Portugal/France, Drama, 2009 134 min, 35mm, Color Portuguese with English subtitles

 

Co-sponsored by the Austin Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival

Tonia is a transsexual star in the Lisbon club world. She is juggling a needy, junkie boyfriend; competition from a new black, drag sensation; her psychopathic, soldier son; and, worst of all, the physical and emotional ravages of age. Her body is rejecting the various surgical and hormonal transformations that made her famous, a fact made evident by the brutal representations of its physical deterioration. Her body seems to insist that her life lived as a woman must end in her dying like a man, but nothing is as simple as it seems. The film blends surrealism with realism to paint a complex psychological portrait. Official selection by the Cinefondation for the Atelier of Cannes Film Festival 2007 and for Un Certain Regard during Cannes 2009.

 

Regional Premiere

www.rosafilmes.pt

 

João Pedro Rodrigues was born in 1966 in Lisbon, Portugal. His first short film, Parabéns! was awarded a Special Jury Mention in the 54th Venice International Film Festival. His other features include O Fantasma and Two Drifters.

 

 

 

Producer: Maria João Sigalho Production Companies: Rosa Filmes, Ad Vitam Production Screenwriter: João Pedro Rodrigues, Rui Catalão Cinematographer: Rui Poças Editor: João Pedro Rodrigues, Rui Mourão Sound Design: Nuno Carvalho, Jean-Pierre Laforce Music: Bonnie Tyler, Gonçalo Ferreira De Almeida, Alexander David, Fernando Santos, Cindy Scrash, Baby Dee Cast: Fernando Santos, Alexander David, Gonçalo Ferreira de Almeida, Chandra Malatitch, Jenny Larrue Print Source: Strand Releasing, strand@strandreleasing.com

 

 

Alamo South Lamar - Sun. April 24 6:30 PMBuy Tickets

 

Habana Eva

Fina Torres

Cuba/Venezuela/France, Comedy, 2010 100 min, 35mm, Color Spanish with English subtitles

 

In a Havana shaken by Fidel's retirement, a young seamstress, trapped in a clothing factory, dreams of designing beautiful dresses. With no support from her adorable but lazy Cuban boyfriend, her life takes a turn when she meets a dazzling capitalist who fans her hopes. After many deceptions and surprises, Eva has to choose between the two men she loves. Hers is an unexpected decision; one which makes for a humorous metaphor of Cuba's future options.

 

Austin Premiere

www.ondamaxfilms.com

 

Fina Torres, born in Caracas in 1951, studied film at the Institut des hautes études cinématographiques in Paris. Her directorial debut, Oriana, won la Caméra d'Or award at the 1985 Cannes Film Festival. To date, she continues to work with film projects related to Latin America.

 

Producer: Delfina Catala, Marco Mundarain, Fina Torres, Camilo Vives Production Companies: Villa del Cine, ICAIC, Alter Screenwriter: Jorge Camacho, Julio Carrillo, Fina Torres Cinematographer: Héctor Ortega Editor: Robin Katz Sound Design: Erik Brena, Jesus Guevara Music: Barbara Cohen Cast: Fina Torres, Delfina Catana Print Source: Ondamax Films, info@ondamax.com

 

Alamo South Lamar - Fri. April 22 7:30 PMBuy Tickets