The FICBUEU brings his book «The “Nouvelle Vague” through its short films (1956 -1965)» to the IBZCF22￼FICBUEU
- The first of the FICBUEU books was the protagonist during the Saturday afternoon of the Ibiza festival, in a presentation in which shorts films were also screened
The FICBUEU was present during the Ibiza Cine Fest this 2022, which began on March 11 and will run until the 20th. It was during the second day of the festival, on Saturday 12, through the presentation of the first of the FICBUEU Books , entitled «The “Nouvelle Vague” through its short films (1956 -1965)», which delves into this well-known cinematographic current.
The conference took place at the festival’s main venue, the Auditori des Caló de s’Oli, and began at 6:00 p.m. led by Severiano Casalderrey, author of the book and programmer of the FICBUEU, who presented the monograph edited in Galician and in English.
The activity ended after the projection of some of the most important works of the movement, such as “Le coup du berger” by Jacques Rivette (1957), “Les Mistons” by François Truffaut (1957) and “Tous les garçons” by Jean- Luc Godard (1959).
In this way, during the two hours that the event lasted, a detailed introduction to the French Nouvelle Vague through which the attendees were able to understand and learn about the importance of this period and the stylistic innovations it brought, being one of the most influential movements in the history of cinema in Europe, as shown in the monograph written by Severiano Casalderrey.
The FICBUEU Books project is the result of all the selection and research work carried out for the Retrospective Section of the FICBUEU and for the extensive documentation work and the viewing of a significant number of short films.
The work is available in the FICBUEU online store for all interested people, as well as the «FICBUEU#2 Notebook. The National Film Board of Canada and the ‘golden age’ of its short film (1965-1983)», which deals with the National Film Board of Canada, the largest public production company in the world and its period of greatest splendor.