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    My Items I'm a title. ​Click here to edit me. LA INMENSIDAD Y CARL SAGAN Clara Martínez-Lázaro - RomCom - 80' More TRINTA LUMES Diana Toucedo - Mistery Thriller Doc, 80' - Berlinale Panorama More ​ ​ More ​ ​ More ​ ​ More ​ ​ More TRES VECES (THRICE) Paco Ruiz, LGTBQ Thriller, 20' More VACIO (EMPTINESS) Paul Venegas - Dramatic Thriller. 92' - Busan, Bafici Award, Oscar's Candidate Ecuador More WANDERING A ROHINGYA STORY Mélanie Carrier and Oliver Higgins, Human Rights Doc, 88' - Canadian Screen Award More DEAR WERNER Pablo Maqueda, Cinematography Doc, 80' - Torino, Chicago Children's Film Festival More MAD IN XPAIN Coke Rioboo - Satiry Sci-Fi. Stop Motion 13' More LA MALA FAMILIA (BAD FAMILY) Nacho A. Villar and Luis Rojo - Enacted Urban Doc. 80' More


    THAT WAS LIFE David Martín de los Santos - Coming of Old Age, 104' - TIFF Tokyo & Cluj, Seville Best Actress 2020 España Fiction, Drama 1h 47m Maria's stable, retired life drastically changes when the condition of a young patient sharing a hospital room abruptly worsens. This road movie celebrates human dignity with the ageless possibilities of life. Out of gallery SYNOPSIS Two Spanish women from different generations coincide in a hospital room in Belgium. María (Petra Martínez) has been living there for decades after emigrating when she was young, and Verónica (Anna Castillo) is a girl recently arrived in search of opportunities she never found in Spain. A strange friendship is forged between them which will lead María to set out on a return journey to the south of Spain with an unusual mission. What begins as a journey in search of Verónica's roots will become an opportunity to question certain principles on which she had based her life. FESTIVAL S FESTIVALS: 33rd TIFF-Tokyo 17th Seville European Film Festival ’s 20th Transilvania International Film Festival 25th Malaga Film Festival (Special Screening) D’A Barcelona 2021 Film Festival (Special Screening) ABYCINE Malaga Film Festival (Special Screening) Almeria International Film Festival XV Inedit Film Festival Mérida Latin Beats Film Festival 50th Alcine Film Festival London Spanish Film Festival 35th FilmFest DC Alexandria Mediterranean Film Festival SEMINCI (Special Screenings) Liverpool International Film Festival Rabat International Author Film Festival Golden Rooster Film Festival WANDA Changchun Film Festival Marseille Spanish Film Festival Biznaga Paradise City Casares New Andalucian Film Festival AWARDS Best Actress (Petra Martinez), Seville European Film Festival Best Actress (Petra Martinez), Transylvania Film Festival Best Film of the Festival, Best Feature, Best Director, Liverpool International Film Festival Audience Award, Youth Award, and the Best Actress Award - Cinehorizontes Marseille Film Best Movie and Best Young Acting Career (Anna Castillo), Abycine Best Actress (Petra Martinez) and Best Opera Prima, Alexandria Mediterranean Film Festival Young Audience Award, Merida Inedit Film Festival Best Film and Best Actress (ASECAN) 2nd Best First Film Award and Canal Sur to Best Career (Petra Martinez), Almeria International Film Festival 2020 Equality Award, Tudela First-Films Festival Best International Career, Biznaga Paradise City ALCINE MUSOC- Asturias Best Director, Casares New Andalucian Film Festival QUOTES "A rapturously moving debut." SCREEN DAILY "A gem" HARPER'S BAZAAR "Surprising and deeply moving" THE PLAYLIST "Heartbreakingly tender." ELLE "An actress in a state of grace." CINEMANIA "An illuminating glimmer about the possibility of reinventing oneself." CINEUROPA "Life Was That shows us second chances, even if they come a little late." TIMEJUST "Fantastic" ECARTELERA "Interpretative duel in a film that we already sense that it takes off at the Malaga festival and we don't know where it will land." RTVE "Older women who, all of a sudden, discover the grace of everything lost. And that ranges from the most obvious freedom to the much more obvious sex." EL MUNDO "The film is more about showing than telling when its qualities come to the fore with greater force and conviction." CAIMAN MAGAZINE "The cracks and escape routes that are opening up in the middle of that journey, dead times that unfold simultaneously as reflections of the evolution of a country and its inhabitants." CAIMÁN CUADERNOS DE CINE "A film that considers at all times how to show what is being said without ever deciding between form or text." MUTACIONES MAGAZINE "David Martín de los Santos arrives with a strong footprint. La vida era eso is a portrait full of sensitivity, love for life, and with two women who eat up the screen: Petra Martínez and Anna Castillo." LA FM RADIO. "Humble, emotional and intimate. Excellent performances by Anna Castillo and Petra Martínez, awarded for her role at the Seville Festival. It has been a real gift to enjoy this feature film". MOOBYS "In short, "La vida era eso" meets expectations and premieres at the Seville Film Festival with a resounding success both for the depth of its story and for the liveliness of its characters" VAVEL


    THRICE Paco Ruiz, LGTBQ Thriller, 20' 2020 SPAIN, MEXICO Thriller LGTBQ+ 20m ​ Out of gallery SYNOPSIS Mario is at home alone. His parents are gone and it will take them a while to return. Enough time for their son to arrange a sex date on the Internet with a total stranger. FESTIVAL S Festival Internacional de Cine Documental Buenos Aires (Dec )2021

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