Amor + The House is Black + Ventrada
Presented by Maider Fernández Iriarte
"I would love to direct those films that I am presenting in this session, the are some of my favourite films and directors. They are very different one from another but they have something in common: the capacity of looking without prejudice". Maider Fernández Iriarte
Amor, Lluís Escartín, Spain, 2001, 27’
A young Israeli ex-soldier recounts his experience to camera.
The House is Black (Kẖạneh sy̰ạh ạst), Forugh Farrokhzad, Iran, 1962, 21’
Documentary on day-to-day life in a lepers’ colony in Bababaghi, which allows us to discover the Iranian poet and film director Forugh Farrokhzad.
Ventrada (Camada), Óscar Pérez, Spain, 2008, 21’
Portait of probably the only paraplegic shepherd in the world.