Mediterranean Film Showcase

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Cinema is in the foundation of MVM and it will have these cicles:

Tributes. Ossama Mohammed, Ettore Scola, Enrique Navarro, Manolo Calvo. Venues: Aragó Cinema and Octubre CCC.

Mostra Viva presents. Venues: Octubre CCC and La Nau

Mediterranean Musical. Venues: Octubre CCC.

A look at the Sahara, Palestine and Kurdistan. New stories on historical conflicts.

  • Shorts made in Tindouf camps.> La Nau 8 oct. 16:45 h; 14 oct. 16:45 h
  • Leyuad, un viaje al pozo de los versos, de Gonzalo Moure, Brahim Chagaf, Inés G. Aparicio, RASD 2016. 74′ > La Nau 8 oct. 19:15 h
  • Villa Touma, de Suha Arraf, Palestina 2014, 85′ > La Nau 9 oct. 16:45 h
  • Omar, de Hany Abu-Assad, Palestina 2013. 98′ > Aragó 9 oct. 22:00 h
  • Media luna, de Bahman Ghobadi, Iran 2006. 107′  > La Nau 10 oct. 16:45 h
  • Triage, de Danis Tanovic,Irlanda, España, Bélgica i Francia 2009. 99’ > Aragó 10 oct. 22:00 h
  • Coría y el Mar, de Diana Nava. España 2015. > La Nau 11 oct. 19:15 h
  • Wilaya, de Pedro Pérez Rosado, España 2011. 88′ > La Nau 13 oct. 16:45 h
  • The wanted 18, de Eric Seguin, Palestina-Canadá-Francia 2014. 75’ > La Nau 13 oct. 19:15 h
  • Solo los muertos vuelven a casa, de Tina Leisch, Austria-Kurdistan 2015. 81′ > La Nau 15 oct. 16:45 h

Contemporary Arabian cinema. Aula Magna y Matilde Salvador de La Nau.

  • Rafea y el sol, de Jehane Noujaim y Mona Eldaief, EEUU 2012. 76’  > La Nau 10 oct. 16:30 h
  • Décor, de Ahmad Abdalla, Egipto 2014. 116” > La Nau 11 oct. 16:45 h
  • Tanger gool, de Juan Gautier, España 2015, 80′ > La Nau 12 oct. 16:45 h
  • L’orchestre des aveugles, de Mohamed Mouftakir, Francia-Marruecos 2016, 112’ > La Nau 12 oct. 19:15 h
  • Choukri, un hombre sincero, de Driss Deiback, España 2016. 48′ > La Nau 14 oct. 19:15 h
  • La casa de la morera, de Sara Ishaq, Gran Bretaña-Egipto 2013. 64′ > La Nau 16 oct. 16;45 h

Mediterranean flimmakers. Transversal cicle.

Women and Cinema. A look at the Mediterranean with gender issues in mind. Sala Matilde Salvador de la Nau.

  • No existimos, de Ana Solano, España 2015. 76’ > 8 oct. 19:00 h
  • Ventanas, de Pilar Gª Elegido, España 2015. 15’ > 10 oct. 19:00 h
  • Manuela Ballester: el llanto airado, de Giovanna Ribes, España 2008. 55’ > 10 oct. 19:45 h
  • Caldo de gallina, de Elena Escura, España-Guatemala, 2014. 12’48” > 11 oct. 19:00 h
  • Bottle Battle, de María Pulido, España 2016. 5′ 12″ > 11 oct. 19:30 h
  • Vida mía, de M. Carmen Poveda, España 2016. 10′ 42″ > 11 oct. 20:00 h
  • 14 Anys i un dia, de Lucía Alemany. España 2015. 12′ > 11 oct. 20:30 h
  • L’últim lleó, de Giovanna Ribes, Comedia radiofónica basada en una obra de Blasco Ibañez. 2016. 40′ > 12 oct. 19:00 h
  • Game over, de Alba Sotorra, España 2014. 79’ > 13 oct. 19:00 h
  • Las lágrimas de África, de Amparo Climent, España 2015. 70’ > 14 oct. 19:00 h

Lux Awards. Awards given by the European Parlament.

  • Un día perfecto, de Fernando León de Aranoa, España 2015. 106’ > Ontinyent 12 oct. 18:00 h; 16 oct. 18:00 h.
  • Mustang, de Deniz Gamze Ergüven, Francia 2015. 97’ > Aragó 12 oct. 22:00 h
  • La ley del mercado, de Stéphane Brizé, Francia 2015. 92’ > Aragó 15 oct. 22:00 h

Life After the Arab Spring. Daily live of young Magrhebis. Institut Français Valencia

Ontinyent Cicle. Organised by Cine Club Utiye. El Teler mall. Entrada 3 €

  • Omar, de Hany Abu-Assad, Palestina 2013. 98′ > 10 oct. 18:00 h; 13 oct. 20:00 h.
  • Las mil y una noches: Vol.1, El inquieto, de Miguel Gomes. Portugal 2015, 125′ > 10 oct. 20:00 h; 11 oct. 22:30 h; 12 oct. 20:00 h; 13 oct. 22:30 h; 14 oct. 20:00 h; 15 oct. 22:30 h; 16 oct 20:00 h.
  • Los Caballos de Dios, de Nabil Ayouch. Marruecos 2012, 113′ > 10 oct. 22:30 h; 13 oct. 18:00 h; 15 oct. 20:00 h.
  • La ley del mercado, de Stéphane Brizé, Francia 2015. 92’ > 11 oct. 18:00 h; 14 oct. 22:30 h.
  • Madame Courage, de Merzak Allouache, Argelia 2015. 90’ > 11 oct. 20:00 h; 15 oct. 18:00 h; 16 oct 22:30 h.
  • Un día perfecto, de Fernando León de Aranoa, España 2015. 106’ > 12 oct. 18:00 h; 16 oct. 18:00 h.
  • Qué extraño llamarse Federico, de Ettore Scola, Italia 2013. 96’ > 12 oct. 22:30 h; 14 oct. 18:00 h.

Valencia Film Location. Foreigner filmmakers have brought Valencia in their stories.Filmoteca Valenciana

Ruta Cañas y Barro. Guided tour by the locations of the films based on the works of Vicente Blasco Ibañez. > 15 oct. 10:00 h El Palmar.

Mediterranean Shorts. Small jewels from everywhere.. Ver información sobre los cortos.

Valencian Cinema. Recent productions made here. Venue: SGAE

Screening Valencian Cinema. Private sessions only for programmers of non-premiered films. They will be shown at Filmoteca Valencia.

The venues will be Aragó Cinema, la Nau, Octubre CCC, SGAE, Institut Français y Filmoteca Valenciana. Admitance will be free except for Institut Français (2€), Aragó cinema (3€) and the mall El Teler d’Ontinyent (3€).

91 total programmed films – 72 feature films and 19 short films – which 46 are Spanish made and 21 from la Comunidad Valenciana. Representing other Mediterranean countries there are 13 French, 4 Syrian, 3 Italian and Palestinian, 2 Egyptian, Tunisian and Moroccan, and one from SADR, Croatia, Libanon, Algeria and Portugal. Also non-Mediterranean countries will be represented, some in the cicle that will take place at the Filmoteca and others are short films, they were included because their theme or because they are co-productions. 3 will represent UK and USA, and one from Germany, Belgium, Mexico, Venezuela, Ireland, Canada, Iran and Australia.

30 form the 91 total films (33%) are directed by women.

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