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Carlos Saura Will Inaugurate San Sebastián With Rosa Rosae

The winner portrays the horrors of an armed conflict with a series of black and white images created, manipulated and filmed by him.

The Official Section of the 69 San Sebastian Festival , in its inaugural Gala, will host the first public screening of ‘Rosa rosae. La guerra civil ‘, the latest short film by award-winning director Carlos Saura . The festival this year will be held from September 17 to 25.

Produced by Anna Saura, who has also collaborated with her father throughout the creative process, this work recovers more than thirty images that Saura prints, manipulates and films to create, along with the song ‘Rosa rosae’, by José Antonio Labordeta (1935-2010), whose subject gives the short film its title.

Although it recreates the Spanish Civil War, the short film reflects the horrors of any war from the eyes of a child . His vision of all that surrounds him further amplifies the nonsense of any armed conflict, according to the creators of this proposal.

For Anna Saura, “producing this short directed by Carlos has been a complex but very enriching process for both parties. We have worked closely from the first idea and we have complemented each other perfectly. It has been a unique experience with a result of which both we are very proud. We are looking forward to the time to be able to show it for the first time at the San Sebastian Festival, who we have to thank for this opportunity “.

The winner portrays the horrors of an armed conflict with a series of black and white images created, manipulated and filmed by him.

The Official Section of the 69 San Sebastian Festival , in its inaugural Gala, will host the first public screening of ‘Rosa rosae. La guerra civil ‘, the latest short film by award-winning director Carlos Saura . The festival this year will be held from September 17 to 25.

Produced by Anna Saura, who has also collaborated with her father throughout the creative process, this work recovers more than thirty images that Saura prints, manipulates and films to create, along with the song ‘Rosa rosae’, by José Antonio Labordeta (1935-2010), whose subject gives the short film its title.

Although it recreates the Spanish Civil War, the short film reflects the horrors of any war from the eyes of a child . His vision of all that surrounds him further amplifies the nonsense of any armed conflict, according to the creators of this proposal.

For Anna Saura, “producing this short directed by Carlos has been a complex but very enriching process for both parties. We have worked closely from the first idea and we have complemented each other perfectly. It has been a unique experience with a result of which both we are very proud. We are looking forward to the time to be able to show it for the first time at the San Sebastian Festival, who we have to thank for this opportunity “.

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