¡«Sub Terrae», seleccionado para estar en la Sección Oficial de la 8.ª Mostra de Cinema amb la Natura ForadCamp 2019!
Esta muestra se desarrollará en el municipio de Figaró-Montmany, en la provincia de Barcelona, los días 19 y 20 de octubre.
October begins with two selections for the short film In Those Lands, produced by Rinoceronte Films and directed by Nayra Sanz Fuentes.
In Those Lands, which so far has been screened at 20 national and international festivals (Slovakia, Germany, Colombia, Morocco and Italy) and has won the Best Short Film of the Official Section at the 10th IBAFF. Murcia International Film Festival, will have its premiere in Portugal and Mexico.
Between October 1 and 8, it will be exhibited at the 3rd Black Canvas, in Ciudad de México. This festival has already hosted the screening of Sub Terrae, the previous work of Nayra Sanz Fuentes, in its second edition.
On the other hand, between October 30 and November 4, In Those Lands will be be seen in the 6th Olhares do Mediterrâneo – Cinema not Feminino, in Lisbon.
¡Este sábado, En esas tierras se presenta en la nueva edición del festival Directed by Women Spain!
Será a partir de las 18:00 horas en la Sala Azcona, en Cineteca Madrid, con coloquio posterior con las directoras, entre las que estará Nayra Sanz Fuentes.
Además de En esas tierras, se podrán ver Bienvenues de Ana Puente Margarito, Chenoa’s Fault, de Abril Zamora, y Las desconocidas, de Sara Bamba e Iván Martín Ruedas.
Información y entradas en directedbywomenspain.com.
Selfie, the last work by Nayra Sanz Fuentes, has been selected to participate in the 51st Alcances Cádiz – Documentary Film Festival!
After the premiere of Selfie in the National Short Film Competition of the 16th DocumentaMadrid, the film goes to Cádiz, where it will be part of a selection of 30 titles that will constitute the Official Selection of the festival.
Alcances Cádiz will take place between September 27 and October 5 at different locations in the city. Soon we will confirm the dates and places of exhibition of Selfie.
En esas tierras, el cortometraje de Nayra Sanz Fuentes, viaja hoy a las ruinas del Castillo de Šariš, en Veľký Šariš (Eslovaquia), para participar en FNNH 2019 – Filmová noc na hrade / Film night at the castle. Lo hará dentro del bloque “Naturaleza, ciudad y hombre” a partir de las 16:40 horas.
También se proyectarán trabajos de otros cineastas canarios como Macu Machín (Quemar las naves) o David Pantaleón (El sueño del beato).
The short film directed by Nayra Sanz Fuentes and produced by Rinoceronte Films, Sub Terrae, continues to be shown in national and international festivals and screenings. Below you can read what are the next confirmed dates:
On July 18 you will be able to watch it in Cisterna di Latina (Italy) as part of the Official Selection of the 5th Cisterna Film Festival.
The following week, on July 26, there will be two projections of Sub Terrae: one at the Artistic Metropol Cinema in Madrid, as part of the short film session distributed by Digital 104 Film Distribution (8 pm), and another in Palma de Mallorca as part of the summer program of Directed by Women Spain (8.30 pm).
Then, on September 20, the Italian festival Life After Oil, which celebrates its sixth edition, will exhibit Sub Terrae at the Cinema Arena Odeon in the town of Santa Teresa Gallura, in Sardinia.
And, although still pending the time, we can confirm that Sub Terrae will also be in October at the 7th FIC Gáldar · International Gáldar Film Festival within its Official Short Film Section.
In Those Lands, the short film by Nayra Sanz Fuentes, has been selected in the 7th Rural FilmFest!
This festival, where the previous production of Rinoceronte Films Sub Terrae participated last year, will celebrate its seventh edition between July 31 and August 4 in different municipalities of the Mancomunitat de L’alcoiá i el Comtat, in Alicante.
You can already listen to the radio program El Séptimo Vicio, dedicated to the film The Hidden City last Tuesday in Cineteca Madrid. With the participation of Victor Moreno, Nayra Sanz Fuentes and Jamie Weiss, members of the artistic team of the film.
The short film directed by Nayra Sanz Fuentes Sub Terrae participates in the exhibition The Nomad Sets Off For The Desert, which can be visited until September 8 at the Display Gallery in Prague.
This collective exhibition, curated by Zbyněk Baladrán, Zuzana Jakalová, and Hafiz Rancajale, counts on the works of Nayra Sanz Fuentes, Pooja Gurung & Bibhusan Basnet, Nicholas Guillén Landrián, Osama Mohammed, Tulapop Saenjaroen and Wu Chi-Yu.
“Moving images can offer us something that text and static media cannot. In their own ways, they can give the impression of objectivity and enhance our empathy to difference or our ability to share sameness, which adds to the intensity of the experience of watching a film. When we try to describe the consequences of the changes that have taken place to planet Earth in recent decades, we rarely manage to get to the heart of things quickly and accurately. Our current knowledge is extensive, rhizomatically linked and too complex. The social changes triggered by extensive financial capitalism on the ruins of the struggle between old capitalism and socialist systems show that the world has reached a turning point. The structure of the population us changing. Humanity – from the Neolithic Revolution marking the move from hunting and gathering to agriculture – is now a composite of new classes. A middle/service class, a small class of the rich, a vast one composed of precarious workers and freelance labourers, and a surplus of the damned of the earth, dislocated from places that can no longer be inhabited. The only way to get a glimpse of the future of these changes is through fragments and probes from which the image of our future collective self can be assembled. The films in this exhibition reveal the possibilities and desires of the bipolar, though not yet global world (Nicolás Guillén Landrián, Osama Mohammed), in which the hope for a better life and future could still be credibly articulated. On the other hand, they are case studies of specific examples of the commodification of the contemporary landscape and leisure (Tulapop Saenjaroen, Wu Chi-Yu). Everything is framed by refined film images in which the world is no longer an allegory, but rather a living Dante’s hell (Nayra Sanz Fuentes), and the pictures of the deserted and disappeared world can only be reconstructed as a puppet show (Pooja Gurung & Bibhusan Basnet)”.
In Those Lands participates this week in the Official Short Film Selection of the 34th Cinema Jove, held in Valencia. The screenings will be on Friday 21st, at 10:30 pm, and on Thursday 27th at 6:00 pm, both in Rialto Theater.
You can find more information here: http://www.cinemajove.com/pelicula/en-esas-tierras/