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Sitges International Film Festival 2014

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Start Date: October 3, 2014
End Date: October 12, 2014
Time: 8:30 am to 11:59 pm


Location: Hotel Melia, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain

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Sitges 2014 pays tribute to Roland Emmerich and boasts the premieres of the latest productions from Godard and Cronenberg

Rob Zombie to receive the Sitges Film Festival’s Grand Honorary Award
This year the Phonetastic Sitges Mobile Film Festival is celebrating its second edition at #Sitges2014 @phonetasticfest

Catalonia’s Sitges Fest to Honor Roland Emmerich

Director of #IndependenceDay + #Stargate to receive #award at 47th #Sitges #International

List of Film Highlights To Follow (subject to change)

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PREMIER: David Cronenbergs  portrayal of a decadent film industry, ‘Maps to the Stars’ has an all-star cast.
With Julianne Moore, Mia Wasikowska, Robert Pattinson and John Cusack.

Attended by directors Jean-Luc Godard and David Cronenberg


  • Musarañas’ ‘Shrew’s Nest’ (produced by Álex de la Iglesia)
    (a psychological horror movie)
  • Jean-Luc Godard’s ‘Adieu au langage’ (3D)
  • Fabrice Du Welz’s ‘Alleluia’ (1940s ‘honeymoon killers’ from the USA
  • Jim Mickle (of’We Are What We Are’, ‘Stake Land’) with ‘Cold in July’
    (a bloody vengeance movie)
  • Jonathan Glazer with ‘Under The Skin’
    (a sci-fi drama with alien ‘Scarlett Johansson’
  • Richard Ayoade’s ”The Double’
    (a black comedy with Jesse Eisenberg & Mia Wasikowska
  • Marjane Satrapi’s ‘The Voices’
    (a black comedy with Ryan Reynolds hiding a dead body
  • Adam Wingard’s ‘The Guest’
    (soldier’s violence drive on arriving home)
  • Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury’s ‘Livid’
    (French horror)
  • David Robert Mitchell’s ‘It Follows’
  • Ana Lily Amirpour’s ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night’
    (produced by Elijah Wood and others) (vampire myth in Farsi)
  • Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement ‘What We Do in the Shadows’
    (black comedy)
  • Jaume Balagueró’s ‘Apocalipsis’  (‘[REC]4′)
  • Sergi Caballero’s ‘La Distancia’

Roland Emmerich of Independence Day, Godzilla, 2012, Stargate, Anonymous, The Day After Tomorrow, White House Down, and Universal Soldier, to get Festival’s Grand Honorary Award this year

Catalan and Spanish Cinema

  • Premiering Álex de la Iglesia and Carolina Bang’s ‘Musarañas’
    (psychological Iberian horror)
    Directed by Juanfer Andrés and Esteban Roel. With Macarena Gómez, Carolina Bang, Luis Tosar, and Hugo Silva.

Asian Cinema

  • ‘That Demon Within’ by Dante Lam
  • ‘The Midnight After’ by Fruit Chan
  • ‘Aberdeen’ by Pang Ho-Cheung

South Korea Cinema

  • ‘A Hard Day’ by Kim Seong-hun
  • ‘Mad, Sad & Bad’ by Avie Luthra
  • ‘One on One’ by Kim Ki-duk

Japan Cinema

‘The Mole Song’ by Takashi Miike (Sitges 2013 Grand Honorary Prize winner)
‘R100′ by Hitoshi Matsumoto
‘The Torture Club’ by Kota Yoshida.

Latin American Cinema

  • ‘Late Phases’ by Adrián García Bogliano
    (war veteran’s last battle with a werewolf)
  • ‘El día trajo la oscuridad’ by Martín Desalvo

Brigadoon Cinema

  • ‘Bombshell Bloodbath’ by Brett Mullen
  • ‘Dark Awakening’
    (directed by makeup specialist Dean Jones/producers of The ‘Ring’)


  • ‘Vicente Aranda. 50 años de cine’, by brothers Francisco and Javier Prada (movie career of the Catalan filmmaker)
  • ‘Eurocine 33 Champs Elysées’, by Christophe Bier (on legendary French production company ‘Eurocine’)
  • Film series in homage to actor Craig Hill (March 5, 1926 – April 21, 2014[3]) the American film actor from Los Angeles, California

Nosferatu Award will go to actress María Kosty
Acting since the 60′s and in Spanish horror and fantastic films of the 70′s.

Phonetastic Sitges Mobile Film Festival Competition for media shot with smartphones & tablets (Serial Sitges)

Cine365Film’s 10,000€ Award, is added, for a short film/fantastic genre film (Brigadoon, Phonetastic, and SGAE Nova Autoria categories) to encourage innovation from new filmakers.

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