‘Petit homme’, de Jean-Guillaume Sonnier, en la Sección Oficial de La Cabina 2015

Thanks to popular culture, sport illiterates are able to get a glimpse of the great sacrifices that dancers and gymnasts – to give some examples – have to make to become successful professionals: dietary restrictions, extreme diets, dangerous injuries and sometimes even hormone treatments. Jockeys, those feeble-looking men that ride horses on races also live…

‘Superman no es judío (… y yo, un poco)’, de Jimmy Bemon, en la Sección Oficial de La Cabina 2015

“Because all great men are Jewish: Woody Allen is Jewish, Spielberg is Jewish, Einstein is Jewish, Jean-Jacques Goldman is Jewish!” After his divorce, Benjamin’s dad doesn’t want to leave his house without reminding his son of his true origins. His mother is a catholic, yes, but his father insists that the blood of the Jewish…

‘En cierta habitación’, de Pauline Roenneberg, en la Sección Oficial de La Cabina 2014

                If one wanted to exaggerate, one could say, that, indeed, everything is connected with everything. But that is not entirely true. The grand world net is spun with infinite delicacy… In the living room of the Klose family invisible twines are running together, which, when someone is handling any item in the room, cause…

‘Te amo, decepción’, de Héloïse Haddad, en la Sección Oficial de La Cabina 2014

A broken heart mostly happens as a consequence of a false image that we build ourselves regarding our loved one. In I Love You Deception (Je t’aime deception), Héloïse Haddad, director of this 40-minute long medium-length film, shows the audience four types of deceptions in love and life: the lost love (disappointment), betrayal, the search…