Morelia 2013 Presents Its Official Mexican Selection

The Morelia International Film Festival (FICM) 2013, arguably Mexico's most important, will be celebrated from October 18 to 27. The first big announcement of the festival has just been made, with the official selection of Mexican films. There are four different categories in the Mexico section: feature length film, documentary, short film and films from Michoacán. Eleven feature length movies will be presented, including the works of such directors as Fernando Eimbcke (known for Duck Season), Michel Franco (director of After Lucia), Diego Quemada-Diez (his film was also part of Cannes 2013) and David Pablos (an emerging filmmaker from the CCC). 

This is the main Mexican official selection: 

Mexican Feature Length Film 


A los Ojos, by Michel and Victoria Franco 

Club Sándwich, by Fernando Eimbcke  

Las Horas Muertas, by Aarón Fernández 

Los Insólitos Peces Gato, by Claudia Sainte-Luce 

La Jaula de Oro (aka The Golden Cage), by Diego Quemada-Diez 

Manto Acuífero, by Michael Rowe 

Paraíso, by Mariana Chenillo 

Penumbra, by Eduardo Villanueva 

Somos Mari Pepa, by Samuel Kishi Leopo 

La Vida Después, by David Pablos 

Workers, by José Luis Valle 


Mexican Feature Lenght Documentary 


Los Años de Fierro, by Santiago Esteinou 

Atempa, Sueños a Orillas del Río, by Edson Caballero Trujillo 

El Cuarto Desnudo, by Nuria Ibáñez 

Elevador, by Adrián Ortiz Maciel 

El Hombre Detrás de la Máscara, by Gabriela Obregón 

Lejanía, by Pablo Tamez Sierra 

Oasis, by Alejandro Cárdenas 

Quebranto, by Roberto Fiesco 

Rosario, by Shula Erenberg 

Tochi, by Misael Alva Alva 
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