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

Special Sessions

Palacio de la Prensa (Plaza de Callao nº4).
Entry by invitation only.

Festival Opening: Presentation of the 2018 Honorary Award to a woman’s Professional Carreer.
Opening screening of the film in competition:
Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist
Lorna Tucker, United Kingdom 
Documentary, 2018, 80’

Festival Closing: Prize-giving ceremony to the Best Film in competition, awarded by an international jury. Host: Ingrid García Jonsson. Closing screening of the film: 
Numéro une (Number One)
Tonie Marshall, France
Fiction, 2017, 110’

Competitive Section

Cine Estudio del Círculo de Bellas Artes (Calle del Marqués de Casa Riera nº 4)
Tickets: 3€
7 recent and relevant films not yet released in Spain or Madrid will be screened.

Wieża. Jasny dzień
(Tower. A bright Day)

Jagoda Szelc, Poland
Fiction, 2017, 106’

Euphoria
Lisa Langseth, Sweden
Fiction, 2017, 98’

Darling
Birgitte Stærmose, Denmark
Fiction, 2017, 103’

Western
Valeska Grisenbach, Germany 
Fiction, 2017, 119’

El futuro que viene
Constanza Novick, Argentina
Fiction, 2017, 84’

The Breadwinner  
Nora Twomey, Ireland 
Animation, 2017, 93’

Grace Jones: Bloodlight And Bami
Sophie Fiennes, United Kingdom
Documentary, 2017, 115’

Focus Sweden Section

Movie Theater, Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas (Calle de Zurbano nº3).
Free entrance until full capacity is reached.
6 recent and relevant films direct or produced by Swedish women will be screened.

Granny’s Dancing on the Table
Hanna Sköld, Sweden 
Fiction, 2015, 89’

Speglingar (Reflections)
Sara Broos, Sweden 
Documentary, 2016, 76’

Den allvarsamma leken 
(A Serious Game)
Pernilla August, Sweden
Fiction, 2016, 115’

Flocken (Flocking)
Beata Gärdeler, Sweden
Fiction, 2015, 110’

Sameblood (Sami Blood)
Amanda Kernell, Sweden
Fiction, 2016, 110’

Exfrun (The Ex-wife)
Katja Wik, Sweden
Fiction, 2016, 90’

3 women, 3 films, 3 visions of Latin America Section

Iberia Movie Theatre. Casa de América (Plaza de Cibeles s/n).
Free entrance until full capacity is reached.
3 films by Latin-American female directors will be screened.

Pre-release
Matar a Jesús (Killing Jesus)
Laura Mora, Colombia
Fiction, 2017, 99’

Special Presentation
Los perros
Marcela Said, Chile
Fiction, 2017, 94’

Oficial Selection
El futuro que viene (The future ahead)
Constanza Novick, Argentina
Fiction, 2017, 84’

Ibero-American Women Directors Panorama

Berlanga Movie Theatre. SGAE Foundation. (Calle de Andrés Mellado nº 53).
Tickets: 3€.
10 films by Spanish and Latin-American female directors will be screened.

Things I Never Told You (Cosas que nunca te dije)
Isabel Coixet, Spain 
Fiction, 1996, 93’

Brava
Roser Aguilar, Spain
Fiction, 2017, 91’

La teta asustada (The Milk of Sorrow)
Claudia Llosa, Peru
Fiction, 2009, 94’

La novia del desierto
Cecilia Atán and Valeria Pivato, Argentina
Fiction, 2017, 85’

La noche que mi madre mató a mi padre
Inés París, Spain 
Fiction, 2016, 93’

Júlia ist
Elena Martín, Spain
Fiction, 2017, 90’
 

Zama
Lucrecia Martel, Argentina
Fiction, 2017, 115’

Most Beautiful Island
Ana Asensio, Spain
Fiction, 2017, 80’

Thi Mai, rumbo a Vietnam (Thi Mai, Road to Vietnam)
Patricia Ferreira, Spain 
Fiction, 2018, 90’

Estiu 1993
Carla Simón, Spain
Fiction, 2017, 97’

Off Section

Istituto Italiano Di Cultura Di Madrid (Calle Mayor, 86).
Free entrance until full capacity is reached.

L’altrove più vicino. Un viaggio in Slovenia (A Slovenian Journey)
Elisabetta Sgarbi, Italy
Documentary, 2017, 50’