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MASTERCLASSES

Four world-renowned film directors will offer 4 masterclasses at the XII AL ESTE Festival.

The classes will be given via zoom and you will have the opportunity to be the one to ask the guests a question.

The masterclasses will be in English and will have simultaneous translation into Spanish.

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DIRECTORS:

JASMILA ZBANIC 

(Director, Bosnia Herzegovina)

Direction and script, cinema and memory

Date: May 28

Time: 11 a.m.

​Via Zoom

Žbanicwas born in Sarajevo in December 1974. He attended local schools before entering the Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts, where he graduated. He worked for a time in the United States as a puppeteer at the Vermont-based Bread and Puppet Theater and as a clown in a Lee De Long workshop. In 1997, he founded the artists' association "Deblokada" and began making documentaries and short films. His most recent work Quo Vadis, Aida? it wasOscar nominatedas Best International Film in 2021.

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CHRISTIAN PETZOLD

(Manager, Germany)

Direction and script.

Date: May 31

Time: 10 a.m.

​Via Zoom

Christian Petzoldwas born in Hilden Hann, Germany, in 1960. After studying directing at the Berlin Film School, he directedPilotinnenin 1995. In 2005 he presented Gespenster at the Berlin International Film Festival.Petzold is part of the so-called Berlin School along with other famous filmmakers such as Harun Farocki, Angela Schanelec and Thomas Arslan who have influenced its development. However, Petzold's cinema often opts for minimalism, tackling some film genres by giving them a look of their own. Petzold's work is singular as well as demanding, but always satisfying.

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JESSICA HAUSSNER
(Director, Austria)

The reversal of cinematographic genres through script and direction.

Date: Friday, June 4

Time: 10:00 a.m.

​Via Zoom

Jessica Hausnerwas born in Austria in 1972. He studied directing at the Vienna Filmakademie. After his first short film, Flora (1996),Léopard de Demain Award in Locarno,He made Inter-view, his graduation film, which received a Special Mention from the Cinéfondation jury in 1999.Cannes Film Festivalselected her first two feature films, Lovely Rita (2001) and Hôtel (2004), inA Certain Regard.With Lourdes he competed inVenicein 2009 His last film, Little Joe wasnominated for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival2019 and led actress Emily Beecham to win the award for best actress.

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MALGORZATA SZUMOWSKA

(Director, Poland)

Direction and script.

Date: June 2

Time: 11 a.m.

​Via Zoom

Malgorzata Szumowskastudied at the faculty of film and television at the Leon Schiller University in Łódź. Previously, he studied art history for two years at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow.

In 2001 he became a member of the European Film Academy. In 2015 he won thesilver bearBest Director at the Berlinale and the Golden Lion Grand Prix at the 40th Gdynia Film Festival for his film Body/Cialo, a film that received numerous awards around the world.​ In 2018, he premiered Mug, a film for which he received theGrand Jury Prize at the 68.th edition of the Berlin International Festival.

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CHOOSE YOUR TICKET

All movies and all masterclasses
Only the 4 masterclasses
Choose your favorite director (You will only access that specific masterclass)
audience from abroad
Inquiries to info@sf-peru.com
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