Preview Sitges 2014: «A Girls Walks Home Alone at Night» by Ana Lily Amirpour

A Girls Walks Home Alone at Night

Iranian cinema will be present at the Sitges Festival with «A Girls Walks Home Alone at Night»By Ana Lily Amirpour.

Iran in recent decades has been very present in competitions around the world and now with this vampire tape from Ana Lily Amirpour it also makes its way into genre festivals.

After a great success with her short films, the Iranian filmmaker brings us her first feature "A Girls Walks Home Alone at Night", a film that was presented in the past. Festival the Sundance with very good reviews.

Now it comes to Spain through the prestigious Sitges Festival participating in its official section.

"A Girls Walks Home Alone at Night" combines the cinema of vampires, western and romance in the imaginary Iranian city Bad City. There among a wide range of marginal characters, a vampire wanders in search of blood.

Shot in black and white And with a tone that critically evokes David Lynch himself, "A Girls Walks Home Alone at Night" is a fascinating mix of genres.

Once again, as it did in 2010 bringing us closer to Israeli horror cinematography with the film "Rabies" ("Kalevet") by Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, the Sitges Festival organization brings us fantastic cinema from an unusual place, Iran.

projections:

6/10 at 16:45 pm in Auditori

7/10 at 12.45 in Retiro

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EH0szMjmdnM

More information - The official section of the Sitges Festival 2014 is completed


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