FICVIÑA 24º 2012

Another festival, the Internationa Film Festival of Viña del Mar, that I didn’t actually attend, but there were films showing that I saw in other venues, all the movies that participated that I’ve seen are listed with the competition in which they were in and finally a rating and a review, if aplicable. In boldface the winners of the Festival shall be pointed out. I hope to attend the next FICVIÑA if time makes it possible.

Without further ado, the list of films watched on the Festival, kinda:

1. Las Cosas Como Son (2012, Fernando Lavanderos Montero) (Competencia Internacional de Largometrajes) ****1/2
2. Sibila (2012, Teresa Arredondo) (Panorama Nacional) (review) ****
3. Hija (2011, María Paz González) (Panorama Nacional) ****
4. No (2012, Pablo Larraín) (Panorama Nacional) ****
5. Los rubios (2003, Albertina Carri) (Retrospectiva Latinoamericana Albertina Carri) ****
6. Restos (2010, Albertina Carri) (Retrospectiva Latinoamericana Albertina Carri) ****
7. Carancho (2010, Pablo Trapero) (Retrospectiva Latinoamericana Pablo Trapero) ****
8. Mundo grúa (1999, Pablo Trapero) (Retrospectiva Latinoamericana Pablo Trapero) ****
9. El circuito de Román (2011, Sebastián Brahm) (Panorama Nacional) ***1/2
10. Bonsái (2011, Cristián Jiménez) (Panorama Nacional) ***1/2
11. El año del tigre (2011, Sebastián Lelio) (Panorama Nacional) (review) ***1/2
12. El bonaerense (2002, Pablo Trapero) (Retrospectiva Latinoamericana Pablo Trapero) ***1/2
13. Joven y alocada (2012, Marialy Rivas) (Panorama Nacional) (review) ***
14. Juan in a Million (2012, Sergio Allard, Denis Arqueros, Nicolás Klein) (Panorama Nacional) **1/2
15. El tramo (2012, Juan Hendel) (Competencia Internacional de Largometrajes) **1/2

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