After screening 299 films from 85 countries from October 3rd to 12th, the Busan International Film Festival Awards announced the winners of the 24th edition of the festival.
Let It Be Law (Que Sea Ley) (2019)
Juan Solanas’ LET IF BE LAW Takes Green Scarves Protest to San Sebastian Festival to Demand Approval of the Abortion Law in Argentina
San Sebastian Festival will join calls for approval of the abortion law in Argentina by filling itself with green scarves and screening the film La ola verde (Que sea ley) / Let It Be Law by Juan Solanas,
AN UNEXPECTED LOVE and World Premiere of DAYS OF LIGHT Bookend 2019 AFI Latin American Film Festival Lineup
The 2019 AFI Latin American Film Festival will take place September 12 to October 2 and showcase 53 films, nearly 40% of the films are directed by women.
Films by Jayro Bustamante, Patricio Guzmán, Gael García Bernal and more in Horizontes Latinos at San Sebastian Film Festival 2019
Fifteen films from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay will be showcased in the Horizontes Latinos section of the 2019 San Sebastian International Film Festival.
LET IT BE LAW (QUE SEA LEY) World Premieres at Cannes with Green Wave
Juan Solanas returned to Cannes with Let It Be Law (Que Sea Ley), a powerful, militant documentary revealing the urgent, vital struggle for the recognition of women’s rights.
2019 Cannes Film Festival Unveils Official Selection, with Films by Pedro Almodóvar, Xavier Dolan, Terrence Malic
The Official Selection of the 72nd Cannes Film Festival was unveiled this morning and includes new releases from Pedro Almodóvar, Xavier Dolan, Ken Loach, and Terrence Malick.