Hunting Season @32 Venice Critics’Week

Critic's Week

24 July 2017

Pleasure to represent two first feature films in the Settimana della Critica in Venice !

Hunting Season is the first feature directed by Natalia Garagiola (Argentina) competing for Audience award and Lion of the Future prize.

excerpt from Critic’s Week:

How to film men fighting each other? Natalia Garagiola assaults the masculine with the impetuosity of a gaze supported by an unstoppable movie camera and surprising razor-like editing cuts. A ruthless struggle and a profound and radical grieving process.

 

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a film by Alexey German Jr.

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18 December 2017 Berlinale Competition for DOVLATOV

by Alexey German Jr.

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14 December 2017 Hunting Season wins Top Prize in MACAO

Best film of the Festival

“The jury was impressed by Hunting Season’s fluid style and construction and by the precision of its directing. The film […]

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7 December 2017 Prize to Gukoroku – TRACES OF SIN

Best Cinematography

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Grand Jury Prize

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27 September 2017 TOKYO selects NAMME for World Premiere

COMPETITION

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8 September 2017 Audience Award for Hunting Season in Venice

Natalia Garagiola wins in Venice

Shot in Patagonia, this intense father-son drama features Germàn Palacios (XXY ), Boy Olmi and newcomer Lautaro Bettoni as main […]

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