The festival opened with Saint Laurent The festival opened with Saint Laurent

The fifth edition of D’A - Festival Internacional de Cine D'Autor de Barcelona ran from April 24 to May 3. It opened with a gala screening of Saint Laurent and closed with Eden

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The Forbidden Room
The Forbidden Room
A submarine crew, a feared pack of forest bandits, a famous surgeon, and a battalion of child soldiers all get more than they bargained for as they wend their way toward progressive ideas on life and love.
Queen Of Earth
Queen Of Earth
Following her father's suicide and breaking up with her boyfriend, Catherine seeks refuge with her friend Virginia, but the young woman's shaky grasp on reality strains their relationship to breaking point.
La La La At Rock Bottom
La La La At Rock Bottom
A young girl with a band tries to help an amnesiac petty criminal.
Tale of a locksmith who can't come to terms with losing the love of his life.
The Lesson
The Lesson
A provincial schoolteacher is faced with tough choices due to mounting debts.
La Maladie Blanche
La Maladie Blanche
In an isolated village in the Pyrenees, the nocturnal world entangles stories of shadow puppets, magic mirrors, and prehistoric paintings for a father and his young daughter.
Chigger Ale
Chigger Ale
One night a pintpot Hitler clone goes to Fendika, a grassroots tavern in Addis Ababa...
Avant Pétalos Grillados
Avant Pétalos Grillados
An institution for the disabled, frequented by bodybuilders, is invaded by alien creatures.
When the spaceship in the sky begins to reactivate, Candy sets off on a quest across a post- apocalyptic Ethiopian landscape to ask Father Christmas to grant him his heart's desire.
Noah's Ark
Noah's Ark
In Spain 2020, two security guards suddenly lose their jobs and join forces to build a machine to escape the world of economic crisis.
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D’A Festival Internacional de Cine D'Autor de Barcelona Features

All she surveys
Alex Ross Perry and Elisabeth Moss on women, laughter, food, insanity and Queen Of Earth
Subverting old tales from the future, part 2
Crumbs director Miguel Llansó on the "other Spanish cinema" and what's next for him.
Subverting old tales from the future, part 1
Crumbs director Miguel Llansó on making an anti-Cinderella.
A grand connection
Hermes Paralluelo talks about capturing his grandparents on camera for docufiction Not All Is Vigil.
Blade Runners in Benidorm
Ion de Sosa and Chema García Ibarra talk about experimental sci-fi Androids Dream.
Two by two
Directors Adán Aliaga and David Valero on working with home town friends to make Noah's Ark.
D'A Festival preview
We take a look at the line-up of Barcelona's auteur film festival

D’A Festival Internacional de Cine D'Autor de Barcelona News

Argentinian films shine at D'A Festival
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In the city of the world's desire Ceyda Torun on KEDi, cats, femininity and the soul of Istanbul.

A nice cup of tea and a murder Jamie McKeller on The Book Club, legalising murder, serial killers and cake.

Completing the trip Bertrand Tavernier on Jacques Becker, Claude Sautet, Jean-Pierre Melville and his Journey Through French Cinema.

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