The lovers of the seventh art will be able to enjoy cinematographic activities at the FICBUEU, the perfect complement to the screenings held during the week. Three of them are free talks will take place at the Meeting Point located in the exhibition room Amalia Domínguez Búa, while drinking vermouth, courtesy of Bodegas Lodeiros.
Talk with Foley Artists. Saturday 8th- 11:30h. Meeting Point.
Diego Staub and Miguel Barbosa will reveal one of the most unknown and peculiar professions in the process of making a film, that of the artist Foley. They recreate all kinds of sounds from their studio, a space full of unheard objects from which they manage to get the sounds they need. The specialists of Sound Troop, one of the most prestigious companies in Europe in this field, will offer live demonstrations of the work they have done in hundreds of films, such as Julieta, Insidious, The Babysitter or Verónica, a film awarded with a Goya for best sound.
Talk: Photography in cinema, from the imagined image to the realised reality. Sunday 9th-
11:00h. Meeting Point.
Lucía Catoira will show us the necessary processes to define the look of a film from the photography perspective in her master class. The photography director will reveal some of her keys when undertaking a new project, as well as her relation with other departments, the importance of locations or the possibilities that postproduction offers. She is connsidered one of the great values in the Galician audiovisual scene, and has worked in well-known films like Matria, Dhogs or Trote.
Talk with film critics. Saturday 15th – 11:30h. Meeting Point.
Four of the most noteworthy Spanish film critics will approach us to their profession: Jordi costa (El País, Fotogramas), Jara Yáñez (Caimán Cuadernos de Cine), Sergi Sánchez (La Razón, Fotogramas) and Mannu Yáñez (Miradas de cine, Fotogramas). The professionals will discuss some of the most conntroversial films in recent years such as: The Tree of Life (Terence Malick), Melancholia (Lars von Trier), Carmina o revienta (Paco León), Amour (Michael Haneke) or Mother! (Darren Aronosfky).