Seville Film Festival 2018

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Anything And All Anything And All
Anything And All and The Journey To Kyoto
<3 (Country: Spain; Year: 2018; Director: María Antón)
Romantic love, fidelity, relationships and sexual identity are some of the themes discussed with various young people and adolescents on a hot day in the park.
Anything And All (Sobre Tudo Sobre Nada) (Country: Portugal; Year: 2018; Director: Dídio Pestana; Writer: Dídio Pestana; Stars: Suleimane Biai, Mariana Caló, Filipa César, Mário Gomes, Sana Na N'Hada, Dídio Pestana, Francisco Queimadela, Rui Ribeiro, Gonçalo Tocha, Jenny Lou Ziegel, Suleimane Biai, Mariana Caló, Filipa César, Mário Gomes, Sana Na N'Hada)
Poetic essay on the documentarian's memories.
Endless Tail (Beskrajni rep) (Country: Croatia; Year: 2018; Director: Željka Suková)
A boy and girl wandering alone through lush terrain undergo a journey to real and imagined landscapes.
Happy Lamento (Country: Germany; Year: 2018; Director: Alexander Kluge)
Film about music, the circus and the song Blue Moon.
The Journey To Kyoto (El viaje a Kioto) (Country: Spain; Year: 2018; Director: Pablo Llorca; Writer: Pablo Llorca; Stars: María Pedroviejo, Rafa Rojas, Fernando Ustarroz, María Pedroviejo, Rafa Rojas, Fernando Ustarroz)
A musician famous in the 80s thanks to a song, his best friend, an apparently famous painter, and the crossovers between two worlds.
The King (El Rey) (Country: Spain; Year: 2018; Director: Alberto San Juan, Valentín Álvarez; Writer: Alberto San Juan; Stars: Luis Bermejo, Alberto San Juan, Guillermo Toledo, Luis Bermejo, Alberto San Juan, Guillermo Toledo)
Drama about the recent history of Spain which pivots around the never-changing emeritus Juan Carlos I.
M (Director: Anna Eriksson; Stars: Anna Eriksson)
M is a work of art that explores the relationship between sexuality and death.
Reunión (Country: Spain; Year: 2018; Director: Ilan Serruya)
The documentarian in dialogue with his father.
Roi Soleil (Director: Albert Serra)
Documentation of the Sun King’s final breaths. A filmed performance of an installation.
Santos #2, Work In Progress (Country: Spain; Year: 2018; Director: Anton Corbal; Writer: Jacobo Paz Limia, Anton Corbal; Stars: Oliver Laxe)
Documentary following Oliver Laxe as he returns to Vilela to renovate his grandparetns' family home.
A Violent Desire For Joy (Country: France; Year: 2018; Director: Clément Schneider; Writer: Chloé Chevalier, Clément Schneider; Stars: Quentin Dolmaire, Grace Seri, Franc Bruneau, Vincent Cardona, Francis Leplay, Etienne Durot, Ilias Le Doré, Guillaume Compiano, Quentin Dolmaire, Grace Seri, Franc Bruneau, Vincent Cardona, Francis Leplay, Etienne Durot, Ilias Le Doré)
A young monk's world is rocked in the late 1700s, when soldiers requisition his monastery as a barracks.
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