There is a true Uruguayan cinematic culture. It is both well established and modern, cultivated primarily by the film school and film library. This small country is a breeding ground for young filmmakers whose films are shown every year in this festival. Whether in the competition, panorama, retrospective, or focus categories, film lovers revel in the festival's programming, which reflects the humanity of a continent that we continue to ignore, especially in Europe. To remedy this, we sit in a room and watch back-to-back feature films… that speak volumes. The films are selected for creative and human merit. Don't miss: Dos Disparos by Martin Rejtman and Grand Street by Lex Sidon.
34e Festival Cinemátografico Internacional del Uruguay
Lorenzo Carnelli 1311
From 22 March to 1 April 2016