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Blogging from San Sebastian September 18-26, 2020

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San Sebastian Festival's Horizontes Latinos section


Thirteen films to compete in San Sebastian Festival's Horizontes Latinos section

The Horizontes Latinos programme at the 59 edition of San Sebastian International Film Festival includes thirteen films from Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Ecuador, Brazil, Uruguay and Colombia. All will compete for the Horizontes Award.

The Mexican movie MISS BALA will open the section. This Mexican production directed by Gerardo Naranjo, competed in the "Un Certain Regard" section at the last Cannes Festival.


Other films:

PESCADOR, fourth movie from the Ecuadorian filmmaker Sebastián Cordero.

ABRIR PUERTAS Y VENTANAS (BACK TO STAY) is the opera prima from the Argentinean director Milagros Mumenthaler.

LAS ACACIAS by Pablo Giorgelli, a Spanish-Argentinean co-production, landed the Caméra d'Or (best opera prima) at the last Cannes Festival.

ANÓNIMO (ANONYMOUS), is a Chilean production directed by Renato Pérez,

ASALTO AL CINE (THE CINEMA HOLD UP) is a Mexican production directed by Iria Gómez Concheiro.

BONSÁI is the second film from Chilean director Christian Jiménez.

ENTRE LA NOCHE Y EL DÍA (BETWEEN NIGHT AND DAY), a Mexican production directed by Bernardo Arellano.

HISTORIAS QUE SÓ EXISTEM QUANDO LEMBRADAS is a Brazilian film directed by Julia Murat.

GIRIMUNHO, the Spanish-Brazilian co-production directed by Helvecio Marins Jr. and Clarissa Campolina.

PORFIRIO, the co-production directed by the Colombian-Ecuadorian Alejandro Landes, was successfully presented at the last Cannes Festival Directors' Fortnight.

TODOS TUS MUERTOS (ALL YOUR DEAD ONES) is a Columbian production from Carlos Moreno

ULISES (ULYSSES) is a Chilean-Argentinean co-production focusing on the misadventures of a Peruvian immigrant in Chile. It is the first movie by the director Óscar Godoy and had its world premiere in the San Francisco International Film Festival 


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