On Thursday 24th April, Punto de Vista presents a new session of the FOCO Punto de Vista cycle, a space to present up-to-date, non-fiction films from all over the world, at the Navarra Film Library. On this occasion, Stories We Tell will be presented, the latest film by Sarah Polley, the most personal project of this Canadian actress and director in which she delves into her own family history.
The 2nd Punto de Vista Seminar has come to a close, and the 11 screenings open to the public have been a huge success in terms of the number of attendees. A remarkable fact for the Punto de Vista Festival, which is coming back next year in February. As many as 1,840 moviegoers attended the sessions at the Navarra Film Library and the Saide Carlos III movie theatre complex, that is, an average audience of 150 at the former and of 248 at the latter. The morning sessions, focusing on the films by Ignacio Agüero and Pema Tseden, were attended by the 128 people who had registered for them.
The making of Simon Ellis’ header
Many people have been asking us those days during the seminar how did Simon Ellis record the wonderful header he made for us. And how did he get such a fantastic sound. We’ve asked him and this is what he told us:
Tickets are now on sale for all of the Punto de Vista Seminar screenings. Those who are not registered in the seminar but wish to attend the afternoon sessions may purchase tickets via the Punto de Vista website and the Navarra Film Library or the Saide Cinema, depending on the screening venue.