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33rd Guadalajara International Film Festival

Filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro’s triumphant visit to his native city five days after winning three Oscars, the splendid new installations of the Conjunto de Artes Escénicas, and the tragic disappearance of three film students marked a thirty-third edition of the … Continue reading

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33º Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajara

La visita triunfante del cineasta tapatío Guillermo Del Toro a su ciudad natal cinco días después de haber ganado tres premios Oscar, las espléndidas nuevas instalaciones del Conjunto de Artes Escénicas y la triste desaparición de tres estudiantes marcaron una trigésimo … Continue reading

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Five up-and-coming Latin American woman filmmakers

On International Women’s Day, we celebrate the excellent work of five Latin American directors whose promising first or second films foreshadow solid film careers tinged with strong, personal voices. Tatiana Huezo Tatiana Huezo was born in San Salvador in 1972 … Continue reading

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Cinco prometedoras cineastas latinoamericanas

Con motivo del Día Internacional de la Mujer, aprovechamos para celebrar la excelente labor de cinco directoras latinoamericanas cuyas prometedoras primeras o segundas películas auguran sólidas carreras cinematográficas teñidas de voz propia. Tatiana Huezo Tatiana Huezo nació en San Salvador … Continue reading

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‘El auge del humano’: entrevista con el cineasta argentino Eduardo Williams

¿Una mierda de película o sencillamente maravillosa? Así se siente después de ver El auge del humano, indescriptible primer largometraje de Eduardo “Teddy” Williams. Estructurada en tres segmentos filmados en Argentina, Mozambique y Filipinas, la película sigue a jóvenes que … Continue reading

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The renegade style of Argentinean filmmaker Eduardo Williams

Is this crap or brilliant? This is the question I ask myself after watching The Human Surge, Eduardo “Teddy” Williams’ indescriptible first feature film. Structured in three segments shot in Argentina, Mozambique, and the Philippines, it follows young subjects engaged … Continue reading

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Interview with Luis Ayhllón, director of ‘Nocturno’

With a strong auteur’s imprint, exquisite artistic design and intriguing plot with just the right theatrical and gore ratio, playwright and short story writer Luis Ayhllón’s Nocturno narrates the uncomfortable relationship of two lonely souls: a nurse who watches him an … Continue reading

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