Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

Del 25 al 31 de marzo de 2019, Madrid
Festival internacional de cine hecho por mujeres

2019 Screenings

In Competition Section

Venue: Cine Estudio del Círculo de Bellas Artes (Calle del Marqués de Casa Riera nº 4)
www.circulobellasartes.com
Entrance: 3€.
10 recent and relevant films, produced in the last two years, 2017 and 1018, not yet released in Spain or Madrid will be screened. Competitive section’s films and Q&A will be host by journalist Beatriz Montañez.

Opening and Closing ceremonies

Opening ceremony
Monday, March 25. 8:00 to 11:00 pm.
Venue: Palacio de la Prensa. Plaza de Callao, 4.
Entrance by invitation.
The awards for an Outstanding Career in the Film Industry and for Emerging Talent will be presented at the opening ceremony. The opening film, in competition, will be screened. The Opening Gala will be host by journalist Beatriz Montañez.

Closing ceremony
Sunday, March 31. 7:30 to 10.00 pm.
Venue: Palacio de la Prensa. Plaza de Callao, 4.
Entrance by invitation.
The Award for Best Film, granted by an international jury, and the IBERIA Audience Award will be presented before the closing film screening. The Gala will be host by journalist Nerea Pérez de las Heras.

Focus Switzerland Section

Venue: Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas.
Calle de Zurbano nº 3.
Entrance: free access, until seating is completed.
Screenings: March 27, 28 and 29
Session times : 4.00 and 7.00 pm
www.academiadecine.com

Vakuum
Christine Repond
Fiction, 2017, 80’
Awarded at the Cinemajove and Zürich festivals

Sketches of Lou (Bocetos de Lou)
Lisa Blatter
Fiction, 2016, 78’
Best actress award at the Geneva Film Festival

Diary of my mind
Ursula Meier
Fiction, 2017, 70’
Starring Fanny Ardant
Selected at Berlin, London, Melbourne and Jerusalem festivals

Divine Order
Petra Volpe
Fiction, 2017, 96’
Awarded at the festivals of Tribeca, Gijón, Zürich and Geneva

Chris the Swiss
Anja Kofmel
Animated documentary, 2018, 90’
Awarded at the Zagreb, París and Zürich festivals Selected at Cannes, Karlovy Vary, Sevilla, IDFA, Sarajevo and Locarno festivals

Blue My Mind
Lisa Brühlmann
Fiction, 2017, 97’
Awarded at the Zürich and Rome festivals, in Germany and Austria. Selected at San Sebastián.

 

 

Presences and Absences Section

Venue: Sala Iberia. Casa de América. Plaza de Cibeles s/n
Entrance: free access, until seating is completed.
Session time: 7 pm
Entrance : free access until seating is completed.
Admission tickets will be distributed one hour before the screening.
www.casamerica.es

 

Wednesday 27

La camarista (México) The chambermaid
Lila Avilés
Fiction, 2018, 102’
Selected at the Toronto and San Sebastián festivals. Awarded at the festivals of Morelia, Palm Springs, London, San Sebastián and Stockholm
Open debate with Tatiana Graullera, México, film producer, introduced by Sonia García López, researcher, lecturer and programmer at Universidad Carlos III

 

Friday 29

Gilda, no me arrepiento de este amor (Argentina) Gilda, I do not regret this love
Lorena Muñoz
Fiction, 2016, 118’
Starring Natalia Oreiro
Platino award for Best Actress
Open debate with the director and co-scripwriter introduced by Sonia García López, researcher, lecturer and programmer at Universidad Carlos III

 

Saturday 30

Batallas íntimas (México)
Lucía Gajá
Documentary, 2016, 87’
Premio Ariel a la mejor película
Open debate with the director and scripwriter, introduced by Sonia García López, researcher, lecturer and programmer at Universidad Carlos III

La camarista, by Lila Avilés, 2018

Spanish Female Authors Panorama

Venue: Berlanga Movie Theatre. SGAE Foundation.
Calle de Andrés Mellado, 53.
7.00 and 9.00 pm
Entrance: 3€
www.salaberlanga.com

 

Tuesday 26

Ana de día  (Ana in the morning)
Andrea Jaurrieta
Fiction, 2018, 105’
Nominated at the Goya awards and selected at the Málaga Festival
Starring Ingrid García Jonsson and Álvaro Ogalla

La librería (The bookshop)
Isabel Coixet
Fiction, 2017, 115’
Goya awards for Best Film, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, 8 nominations. Gaudí awards for Best Soundtrack and Best Art direction,10 nominations. Fénix award for Best Costume Design.
Starring Emily Mortimer, Patricia Clarkson and Bill Nighy

 

Wednesday 27

Trinta Lumes (Thirty fires)
Diana Toucedo
Documentary, 2017, 80’
Nominated at the Fénix awards for Best Documentary Photography. Gaudí award for Best Documentary, selected at the Berlinale

Con el viento (With the wind)
Meritxell Colell
Fiction, 2018, 108’
Nominated at the Gaudí awards, 13 nominations at the Goya awards
Starring Ana Fernández and Elena Martín

 

Thursday 28

Les distàncies (The distances)
Elena Trapé
Fiction, 2018, 110’
Malaga Film Festival awards to Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress. Gaudí award to the Best Supporting Actress, 7 nominations. Feroz awards 2 nominations.
Starring Miki Esparbé and Alexandra Jiménez

Peret, yo soy la rumba (Peret, I’m the Rumba)
Paloma Zapata
Documentary, 2019, 94’

 

Friday 29

Ola de crímenes (Crime wave)
Gracia Querejeta
Fiction, 2018, 95’
Nominated to the Goya awards
Starring Maribel Verdú, Juana Acosta, Paula Echevarría, Antonio Resines, Raúl Arévalo, Luis Tosar and Javier Cámara

Comandante Arian (Commander Arian)
Alba Sotorra
Documentary, 2018, 77’
Nominated to Best Documentary at the Gaudí awards

 

Saturday 30

Carmen y Lola (Carmen and Lola)
Arantxa Echevarría
Fiction, 2018, 105’
Goya awards to the Best Supporting Actress (Carolina Yuste) and to the Best new director

El fotógrafo de Mauthausen (The Mauthausen photographer)
Mar Targarona
Fiction, 2018, 110’
Nominated to the Goyas and Gaudí awards to the Best Art Direction, Production Direction, Make-up and Costume design.
Starring Mario Casas and Macarena Gómez

 

Sunday 31

Viaje al cuarto de una madre (Journey to a mother’s room)
Celia Rico Clavellino
Fiction, 2018, 90’
Goya awards to the Best Actress -Lola Dueñas-, Best New Director and Best Film Editing. Gaudí awards to the Best Sound Editing, Best film not in the Catalan language, Best director, Best Production director, Best Art Direction and Best Costume design
Starring Lola Dueñas, Ana Castillo and Pedro Casablanc

Yuli (Yuli)
Iciar Bollaín
Fiction, 2018, 115’
San Sebastián Festival award to the Best Screenplay, five nominations to the Goya awards, Feroz award to the Best Soundtrack.
Starring Carlos Acosta

Carmen y Lola, by Arantxa Echevarría, 2018

 

Virtual Reality works

Venue: Espacio Fundación Telefónica. Calle de Fuencarral nº 3.
Free entry prior registration at:
www.espacio.fundaciontelefonica.com
7-8 places available every 30 minutes.
Tuesday to Friday 3.30 to 7.30 pm; Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 2 pm and 3.30 to 7.30 pm)
A selection of fiction and documentary Immersive films 360º VR, directed by women. A panel discussion with experts on new technologies will be broadcasted by streaming.

Contemporary Arab Women Directors

Venue: Casa Árabe.
Alcalá, 62. Madrid 7.30 pm
Entrance: 4 € online, 5€ at the box office
www.casaarabe.es

 

Friday 8

Mary Shelley (United States)
Haifaa Al-Mansour (Saudi Arabia)
Romantic drama, 2017, 120’
Selected at the Toronto Festival
Starring Elle Fanning

 

Friday 15

A Present from the Past (Egypt)
Kawthar Younis (Egypt)
Documentary, 2015, 80’

 

Friday 22

Wajib (Palestine, France, Germany, Norway and Colombia)
Annemarie Jacir (Palestine)
Fiction, 2017, 96’
Golden leopard to the Best Film, Leopards for Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Direction

 

Thursday 28

Sofía (France – Qatar)
Meryem Benm’Barek, (Morocco)
Fiction, 2018, 85’
Prize for Best Screenplay, Un certain regard, Cannes 2018
Open debate with the director -*after the screening at 7.00 pm-

 

Friday 29

You Come from Far Away (Egypt, Lebanon, Spain, Qatar)
Amal Ramsis (Egypt)
Documentary, 2018, 85’
Open debate with the director after the screening

Wajib, by Annemarie Jacir, 2017

Contemporary French Cinema

Institut Français de Madrid
Marqués de la Ensenada, 12. Madrid
Session time: 20:00h
Entrance: 4€ on line y 5€ at the box office
www.institutfrancais.es

 

Monday 25

La belle et la belle (Beauty and the Beast)
Sophie Fillières
Fiction, 2018, 95′
Starring Sandrine Kiberlain, Melvil Poupaud and Agathe Bonitzer

 

Friday 29

Gueule d’ange (Angel face)
Vanessa Filho
Fiction, 2018, 120’
Starring Marion Cotillard, Alban Lenoir and Ayline Askoy-Etaix

Gueule d’ange (Angel Face) by Vanessa Filho, 2018