Focusing the aftermath of General Franco’s reign onto the plight of one family seeking justice, Jorge Laplace’s 23 SHOTS (23 DISPAROS) is a curious yet frustrating endeavour. Murray Ferguson reviews.
Jim Ross speaks to Mar Felices – co-founder and director of IberoDocs – about this year’s edition and the festival’s history.
THE KEYS TO MEMORY (LAS LLAVES DE LA MEMORIA) is an engaging and fascinating documentary outlining ideas of how societal history and the language used to convey ancient events contributes to a modern-day sense of identity. Jim Ross reviews at IberoDocs.
CAMARÓN: FLAMENCO AND REVOLUTION by director Alexis Morante is a well shot, fluid exploration of the life of flamenco singer Camarón de la Isla. Amber Heath reviews at IberoDocs.
WHO IS BARBARA VIRGINIA? aims to rediscover the life and work of the first Portuguese female director to make a feature film with sound. Murray Ferguson reviews for IberoDocs 2019.
DIVINE DIVAS is a joyous, moving and engaging documentary, successfully designed to entertain those with or without much knowledge of drag as an art form. Yosra Osman reviews.