Zero Screen

To accompany this educational section, an overview of the year’s most alternative productions. Films that benefit from steering clear of the industry and the usual distribution channels and are, therefore, essential to an event such as ALCINE.

Works that have aroused enthusiasm both at major festivals such as Berlin, Sitges and Seville and at those that opt for more radical and independent visions such as D'A, Márgenes, Rizoma and Filmadrid. Films that shamelessly fuse textures, techniques, genres and formats, which are this year mostly related to a very personal view of youth and adolescence. Stories that take us from the benches of the Retiro Park to Soviet submarines hidden in Ethiopia, urban yearnings and rural mysteries, youtubers, techno-punk, kick-boxing champions and kung-fu masters. An invitation to watch films with an open mind and a heightened memory in order to award this year’s trophy for the festival’s best independent film.

 

Largometrajes

FILTRAR:
Todos
Zero Screen (Out of Competition)
Zero Screen (1)
Zero Screen (2)
Zero Screen (3)
Zero Screen (4)
Zero Screen (Out of Competition)
España. 2019. Color. 98 min.
Documental. Vídeo.
  • Film Director: Carlo Padial.
  • Zero Screen (1)
    España. 2018. Color. 72 min.
    Documental. Vídeo.
  • Film Director: Marina Lameiro.
  • Zero Screen (2)
    España. 2018. Color. 80 min.
    Documental. Vídeo.
  • Film Director: Diana Toucedo.
  • Zero Screen (3)
    España. 2018. Color. 65 min.
    Documental. Vídeo.
  • Film Director: María Antón Cabot.
  • Zero Screen (4)
    España. 2019. Color. 82 min.
    Ficción. Vídeo.
  • Film Director: Miguel Llansó.