Lineup for the Noves Visions section announced

Having released the full line up for the OFFICIAL SELECTION last week the organisers have now completed the one-two punch by landing the lineup for the NOVES VISIONS section. Time to get (even more) excited.

NOVES VISIONS – FICCIÓ SECTION
Exploration of new territories in narration, placing emphasis on both thematic and formal aspects of films that are a vision of the present as well as a disturbing premonition of times to come.

HORRIBLE WAY TO DIE (Adam Wingard, USA)
CHATROOM (Hideo Nakata, UK)
DISPONGO DE BARCOS (Juan Cavestany, Spain)
EARTHLING (Clay Liford, USA)
EVERYTHING WILL BE FINE (Christoffer Boe, Denmark)
FINISTERRAE (Out of comp. Sergio Caballero, Spain)
ISOLATION (Stephen T. Kay, EUA)
LO MÁS IMPORTANTE DE LA VIDA ES NO
HABER MUERTO (Olivier Pictet, Pablo Martín Torrado, Marc Recuenco. Spain, Switzerland)
MIYOKO (Yoshifumi Tsubota, Japan)
POSSESSED (Lee Yong-ju, South Corea)
RED, WHITE & BLUE (Simon Rumley, UK)
R U THERE (David Verbeek. Netherlands, Taiwan)
SIMON WERNER A DISPARU… (Fabrice Gobert, France)
SOUND OF NOISE (Ola Simonsson and Johannes Stjarne Nilsson. France, Sweden, Denmark)
THE WILD HUNT (Alexandre Franchi, Canada)

NOVES VISIONS – DARK FICCIÓ SECTION
New this year, a selection of auteur films committed to explaining the darkest side of the human being and of other beings that aren’t so human, but from positions that are somewhat distant from conventional genre.

LA BOCCA DEL LUPO (Pietro Marcello, Italy)
CATFISH (Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost, USA)
COLONY (Carter Gunn and Ross McDonnell, Ireland)
FREAKONOMICS (Eugene Jarecki, Heidi Ewing, Morgan Spurlock, Rachel Grady, Seth Gordon and Alex Gibney. USA)
INTO ETERNITY (Michael Madsen, Denmark)
LIFE 2.0 (Jason Spingarn-Koff, USA)
THE PEOPLE vs GEORGE LUCAS (Alexandre O. Philippe. UK, USA)
VAMPIRES (Vincent Lannoo, Belgium)

NOVES VISIONS – DISCOVERY SECTION
The Festival makes it clear that it is constantly committed to works from production crews that are fans of what we know as “guerrilla cinema”, with leading filmmakers who pose daring formal and conceptual approaches from an absolute and accepted independence.

8TH WONDERLAND (Nicolas Alberny and Jean Mach, France)
FIN (Luis Sampieri, Spain)
IN THE WOODS (Angelos Frantzis, Greece)
INVISIBLE EYES (Olivier Cohen. UK, France)
LA NIT QUE VA MORIR L’ELVIS (Oriol Ferrer, Spain)
TONY (Gerard Johnson, UK)

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