Morelia Announces Titles for Its 15th Anniversary Edition

  The Eternal Feminine  by Natalia Beristáin

The Eternal Feminine by Natalia Beristáin

The Morelia Film Festival has announced today the official selection for its 15th anniversary edition, which will take place October 20-29.

The Mexican Feature Film competition is comprised by Los adioses / The Eternal Feminine by Natalia Beristáin, Ayer maravilla fui by Gabriel Mariño, Casa Caracol by Jean-Marc Rousseau Ruiz, Cuadros en la oscuridad by Paula Markovitch, The Drawer Boy by Arturo Pérez Torres, Oso polar by Marcelo Tobar, and Sinvivir by Anaïs Pareto Onghena.

The Mexican documentary section includes Artemio by Sandra Luz López, Bosque de niebla by Mónica Álvarez Franco, La compañía que guardas by Diego Gutiérrez, Guerrero by Ludovic Bonleux, No sucumbió la eternidad by Daniela Rea Gómez, Omar & Gloria by Jimmy Cohen, Potentiae by Javier Toscano, Regreso al origen by María José Glender, Rush Hour by Luciana Kaplan, Siempre andamos caminando by Dinazar Urbina Mata, Takeda by Yaasib Vázquez, Truenos de San Juan by Santiago Maza Stern, El vendedor de orquídeas by Lorenzo Vigas, and Witkin & Witkin by Trisha Ziff.