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LABURBIRA. BASQUE SHORT FILMS

March 22, 07.30 pm, 2012


-- HEMEN NAGO. 2010 (13´45´´). Maialen Sarasua.
At first it is not easy to differentiate between reality and imagination. Also, the border between innocence and cruelty is sometimes very slight. All that is important is to survive. Imanol understands that and acts accordingly.

Maialen Sarasua. Born in Orio on the 25th of March, 1983. She took a degree in Audiovisual Communication in 2005, at the Universidad Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona. In recent years she has worked in Moztu Filmak, on the editing and postproduction of the documentaries The Last Passage and Prohibido Recordar, among others. She previously worked at Orio Produkzioak, as producer and organizer of the contents of the literary programme Sautrela of ETB (the Basque Public Television).
Filmography: In a more personal sphere, as scriptwriter and director, she has carried out four projects: the fiction short Hemen nago (awarded a prize in the Reunión de Cine de Lekeitio and in Huhezinema), the full-length documentary Prescrit 69/78 (premiered last February in Barcelona) and the documentary shorts Uraren azalean and 14 Apostolu.
The Goiena Prize in the 4th edition of HUHEZINEMA, for the best professional fiction short in the thirty-third edition of the Euskal Zine eta Bideo Bilera, International Independent Film Festival (Romania), Babel Film Festival (Cagliari), Zinebi 52 (Infoeuskadi section), Begibistan 2011, V Semana de Cine de Amurrio and Zinevasco 2011 (Caracas).


-- ZEINEK GEHIAGO IRAUN. 2011 (12´). Gregorio Muro
A dangerous children’s game will change the life of Ander and his family forever.

Gregorio Muro. San Sebastian, 1954. Author of comics, scriptwriter and television and film director. After publishing his work mostly in France for some years, he entered the audiovisual world, working as scriptwriter on the full-length animation film Ipar haizearen erronka (1992). After this, he worked as scriptwriter in some productions, and as director in the feature film Etxaldeko erregea and the shorts Tras los visillos, Perros de presa and Zeinek gehiago iraun.
Filmography: 2001    El rey de la granja // 2008    Tras los visillos // 2009    Perros de presa // 2011    Zeinek gehiago iraun // 2011    Por los camareros //


-- URREZKO ERAZTUNA. 2011 (7´). Jon Garaño.
The father loses his wedding ring in the sea. Like all sailors he had taken it off of his finger and hung it around his neck so as not to lose the finger when the net is let out.

Jon Garaño. Born in San Sebastian in 1974. After studying Journalism and Advertising at the UPV, he studied film in Sarobe and San Diego (USA). In 2011, along with four friends, he founded the Moriarti production company. where he has worked as scriptwriter and director on several films. His television shorts and documentaries have received more than 90 prizes, and have been shown in more than 15 countries.
Filmography: 2001 Despedida // 2003 Sahara Marathon // 2005 The Dragon House // 2006 Miramar St // 2007 Tex Norton // 2008 FGM // 2008 Alamitou // 2008 On the Line // 2008 Asämara // 2010 El método Julio // 2010 80 egunean // 2010 Perurena // 2011 En la casa del Nazareno.


urrezko eraztuna

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BENITO ANSOLA GRANTS FOR 2011

-- IZENA DUENA. 2011 (9´). Joseba Uberuaga
Night is almost over. Basajaun, as always, has spent the night on guard. Smoke comes out of the cabin's chimney and he can consider his night's work over. But at the last moment the Wolves appear headlong. He whistles to warn those in the cabin, but the shepherd who has stayed awake is young and doesn’t take the call into account, for they have taught him that the beings of the forests are sheer superstition.

-- OHE AZPIKO ZERA. 2011 (13´). David Zabala and Paul Urkijo.
Mattin is a young boy. He has problems at home and in the ikastola because he loses his socks. His classmates laugh at him and his parents tell him off. At night, while he is reading a comic in bed, he hears some noises from under his bed. Mattin goes to sleep.

-- KANTUKA-REVOLTA PERMANENT. 2011 (3´). Kultur Kabia. Izarren distira.
The new video of the group Revolta Permanent, the song Kantuka, was recorded during the Izarren Distira project in Getxo, Sopela, Lezama and Zaldibar on the 16th of October, 2011, by Juantxu Beloki and Jone Novo. The group Revolta Permanent is made up of Iker Aginaga and Iker Villa, from Baracaldo.
Euskal Rap... in Euskal Herria.

-- INSTALLATION. 2010 (14´22´´). Xoxe Diaz.
The director of a contemporary art museum, under pressure by critics, looks urgently for an “installation” which will protect his good name and guarantee that he receives financing. Forced by the situation, he agrees to accept the artwork of a little known and little noted artist. But the director knows nothing about the characteristics of that “installation”.
(Made in Galician, it will be shown in Basque).

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-- ABERRIA. 1961 (15´). Gotzon Elortza
A profound and personal reflection on the homeland. It is a reflection of the rural vision with the bertsolaris (singers of bertso) Valentín Enbeita and Jon Lopategi and the dantzari (dancer of traditional Basque dances) Victor Olaeta, symbols of the Basque culture of the time. Elortza titled the film "Erria" in order to evade censorship.

The documentary Aberria (Gotzon Garate, 1961) is one of the first made in Basque. It was filmed 50 years ago during Franco’s time, and, among other factors, we feel that it has great historic value.
During the Franco dictatorship –at the end of the 1950s and beginning of the 1960s- the filmmaker Gotzon Elortza filmed several documentaries with his 16 mm camera. At that time Gotzon lived in Paris and had a clear objective: to ensure that Basque was also present in audiovisual media. Today, those works are regarded as the first documentaries made only in Basque.


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