D’A Festival Internacional de Cine D'Autor de Barcelona 2015

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Not All Is Vigil Not All Is Vigil
Not All Is Vigil and The Fire
About 12 (Juana a los 12) (Country: Austria, Argentina; Year: 2014; Director: Martín Shanly; Writer: Martín Shanly; Stars: Mirta Bogdasarian, Sofía Brockenshire, Camila Dougall, Connie Dougall, Kristy Green, Javier Burin Heras, Graciela Muñiz, María Passo, Barbara Perkins, Ivan Quevedo, Monica Raiola, María Inés Sancerni, Amy Schulte, Rosario Shanly, Renata Toscano Bruzón)
Teachers become increasingly concerned about a student at a British private school in Buenos Aires.
Agatha's Friends (Les amigues de l'Àgata) (Country: Spain; Year: 2015; Director: Laia Alabart, Alba Cros, Laura Rius, Marta Verheyen; Writer: Laia Alabart, Alba Cros, Laura Rius, Marta Verheyen; Stars: Marta Cañas, Carla Linares, Elena Martín, Victòria Serra)
A portrait of a group of 20-year-old girls made trough Agatha’s eyes during their first year at university.
Antígone Awake (Antígone Despierta) (Country: Spain; Year: 2014; Director: Guadalupe Pérez García; Writer: Guadalupe Pérez García; Stars: María Lera Gracia, Francisco Javier Lera Terés, Gala Pérez Iñesta, Manuel Tresaco Lera, Sibel Tresaco Lera)
Only when there is a vibration between the spirit and the world, Antigone awakes.
Catch Me Daddy (Country: UK; Year: 2014; Director: Daniel Wolfe; Writer: Daniel Wolfe, Matthew Wolfe; Stars: Sameena Jabeen Ahmed, Connor McCarron)
A young woman on the run from her family finds herself in danger when her brother comes looking for her.
The Fire (El Incendio) (Country: Argentina; Year: 2015; Director: Juan Schnitman; Writer: Agustina Liendo; Stars: Pilar Gamboa, Juan Barberini, Luciano Suardi, Marcelo D’ Andrea, Andrea Garrote)
A 24 hour delay in being able to purchase their first home together causes tensions to rise and Lucía and Marcelo's relationship to begin to unravel.
The Mysterious Death Of Pérola The Mysterious Death Of Pérola
The Mysterious Death Of Pérola and The Fool
The Fool (Durak) (Country: Russia; Year: 2014; Director: Yuriy Bykov; Writer: Yuriy Bykov; Stars: Natalya Surkova, Kirill Polukhin, Boris Nevzorov, Darya Moroz, Artem Bystrov)
A smalltown plumber takes on corrupt bureaucracy.
The Money Complex (El complejo de dinero, Der Geldcomplex) (Country: Spain; Year: 2015; Director: Juan Rodrigáñez; Writer: Eloy Enciso, Eduard Mont de Palol, Juan Rodrigáñez; Stars: Lola Rubio, Gianfranco Poddighe, Rafael Lamata, Eduard Mont de Palol, Jorge Dutor, Katrin Memmer, Pablo Herranz, Juan Rodrigáñez, Cecilia Molano, Julia de Castro, Miguel Rodrigáñez)
A man and his friends arrive at his family's villa to announce his wedding plans.
The Mysterious Death Of Pérola (A Misteriosa Morte de Pérola) (Country: France, Brazil; Year: 2014; Director: Guto Parente; Writer: Guto Parente; Stars: Ticiana Augusto Lima, Guto Parente)
Living alone in an old and gloomy apartment, Pérola feels fear to the extent that dream, fantasy and reality lose their borders.
Not All Is Vigil (No todo es Vigilia, It's Not A Vigil) (Country: Spain; Year: 2014; Director: Hermes Paralluelo; Writer: Hermes Paralluelo; Stars: Antonio Paralluelo, Felisa Lou)
Docufiction study of an elderly married couple.
Obra (Country: Brazil; Year: 2014; Director: Gregorio Graziosi; Writer: Gregorio Graziosi, Paolo Gregori, Jose Menezes; Stars: Irandhir Santos, Júlio Andrade, Sabina Greve, Lola Peploe, Marisol Ribeiro, Christiana Ubach, Marku Ribas, Luciana Inês Domschke)
In São Paulo, a young architect discovers a clandestine burial on the worksite of his first important project, located in a lot belonging to his family.
Obra Obra
Obra and Catch Me Daddy
Self Made (Country: Israel; Year: 2014; Director: Shira Geffen; Stars: Sarah Adler, Samira Saraya)
Amnesia leads to a confusion of identities, with an Israeli woman discovering life in a refugee camp whilst a Palestinian woman finds herself in a middle class Jerusalem home.
They Have Escaped (He ovat paenneet) (Country: Finland, Netherlands; Year: 2014; Director: J.-P. Valkeapää; Writer: Pilvi Peltola, J.-P. Valkeapää; Stars: Pelle Heikkilä, Roosa Söderholm, Jari Pehkonen, Teppo Manner, Ari Murto, Sara Paavolainen, Petteri Pennilä, Reijo Kontio, Toni Suokas, Sam-Peter Jokinen, Eetu Peltola, Siim Maaten, Marja-Liisa Lius, Federico Basth Guillermo Guerra, Risto Erjanko)
Two teenage outcasts runaway from a halfway house.
Vincent (Vincent N'a Pas Decailles ) (Country: France; Year: 2014; Director: Thomas Salvador; Writer: Thomas Bidegain, Thomas Cheysson, Thomas Salvador; Stars: Thomas Salvador, Vimala Pons, Youssef Hajdi, Nicolas Jaillet, Nina Meurisse, Rémy Ventura, Philippe Xiberras, Claude Maurice, Simon Espigue, Amandine Rigaud, Tom Sebban, Najim El Atouani, David Grolleau, Paul Mondini, Louis-Emmanuel Blanc)
Vincent is not just a young man among others. His strength, reflexes and agility increase when in contact with water. There he meets Lucie, falls in love, and shares his secret with someone for the first time...
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