Posts tagged ‘Pedro Gonzalez-Rubio’
Los fotógrafos Pedro González Rubio y Fernanda Romandía obtuvieron el Premio a la Mejor Fotografía en el 21° Festival Présence Autochtone, Montreal, Canadá, por la película ‘Flores en el desierto’.
El Consejo para la Cultura y las Artes Cine, a través del Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografía (Imcine) , felicita a González Rubio y Romandía, porque el documental también logró otros reconocimientos.
Tales como el Premio Kodak a Mejor Documental Latinoamericano del Festival Internacional de Cine y Medio Ambiente de México en 2011; una Mención especial en la sección oficial Identidad del IV (more…)
CineMart, the International Film Festival Rotterdam’s (IFFR) co-production market has made their picks for the crop of projects that will be presented to over 800 possible co-financiers from January 30 – February 2, 2011 in Rotterdam. The 33 selected projects were waded from 434 submitted entries, and include projects from renowned filmmakers such as Jan Švankmajer, Carlos Reygadas, Alex van Warmerdam, Andrei Zvyagintsev and Sergei Loznitza, as well as feature film debuts, films by competition filmmakers from preceding IFFR editions, and films that received Hubert Bals Fund contributions. (more…)
During 11 days of retracing their steps through the streets of Havana in search of the best selections — in the drizzle, cold or sun — Cuban movie buffs enjoyed a worldwide panorama on celluloid.
We found ourselves in solidarity with an unemployed Brazilian father of a desperate family (perhaps that solidarity was stronger than ever given the concreteness of the issue these days), (more…)
The Mexican film industry is experiencing a period of flowering artistic growth and has clearly established itself as the cinematic leader of the Spanish-speaking world. The Starz Denver Film Festival is proud to present a selection of these works.
The Black Panther
La Pantera Negra (more…)
National Gallery of Art Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Concert, Films, and Spanish-Language Offerings
Film still from Alamar (Pedro González-Rubio, 2010, 35 mm, Spanish with subtitles, 73 minutes), to be shown at the National Gallery of Art on Saturday, September 18, as part of the GenMex: A New Generation of Cine Mexicano film series.
As Hispanic Heritage Month is observed from September 15 to October 15, 2010, the National Gallery of Art presents an array of offerings honoring this rich and diverse cultural legacy. (more…)
Malayalam cinema will progress only if exhibitors and distributors change their dismissive attitude to alternative productions, veteran filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan has said. He was inaugurating the fifth Thrissur International Film Festival (TIFF- 2010) on Thursday.
“Film festivals are showcases of cinematic trends across the world and lessons in film aesthetics. They play an important artistic role. But t (more…)
In “Alamar,” a luminous semi-documentary film that plays on the border of reality and fiction, Natan Machado Palombini, a young boy, goes on an enchanted expedition with his father to the Banco Chinchorro, the largest coral reef in Mexico. The bonding of the son and his father, Jorge Machado, a lean, mustachioed Mexican fisherman who will return Natan to his Italian mother at the end of the trip, portrays a tender, ritualistic passing of knowledge, experience and love from one generation to the next. (more…)