San Sebastian's Horizontes Latinos selects 12 including Avila's Clandestine Childhood
The Horizontes Latinos programme at the 60th edition of the San Sebastian Festival has selected 12 films by filmmakers from Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay and Colombia.
Most of the films have been presented at other festivals but haven’t screened in Spain yet.
They will compete for the Euros 35,000 Horizontes Award.
The films are:
CLANDESTINE CHILDHOOD (INFANCIA CLANDESTINA), Benjamín Ávila (Argentina-Spain-Brazil) [opening film]
AQUÍ Y ALLÁ, Antonio Méndez Esparza (Mexico-Spain-US)
THE BELLA VISTA (EL BELLA VISTA), Alicia Cano (Uruguay-Germany)
THE DELAY (LA DEMORA), Rodrigo Plá (Uruguay-Mexico-France)
AFTER LUCIA (DESPUÉS DE LUCÍA), Michel Franco (Mexico)
ONCE UPON A TIME VERONICA (ERA UMA VEZ VERONICA), Marcelo Gomes (Brazil)
YOUNG AND WILD (JOVEN Y ALOCADA), Marialy Rivas (Chile)
POST TENEBRAS LUX, Carlos Reygadas (Mexico-France-Germany-Netherlands)
LA PLAYA, Juan Andrés Arango (Colombia-Brazil-France)
SALSIPUEDES (SALSIPUEDES), Mariano Luque (Argentina)
LA SIRGA, William Vega (Colombia-Mexico-France)
THE LAST ELVIS (EL ÚLTIMO ELVIS), Armando Bo (Argentina-US)