Cineteca Nacional's 34 Foro Lineup: NYMPHOMANIAC VOL. II, BORGMAN, And Much More

Films never stop arriving at Mexico City's Cineteca Nacional and now, the 34th edition of their second most important event is ready to kick off. 

Cineteca's 34 Foro Internacional (International Forum) is, just like their Muestra, a fine selection of the world's most exciting recent cinema. This year's Foro starts on July 4, and brings to Mexico City the second volume of Lars von Trier's famous Nymphomaniac, the Dutch sensation Borgman (finally coming to Mexico!), the Academy Award nominated documentary The Missing Picture, and much more. This is the complete lineup of Cineteca's 34 Foro (there's a link to a Twitch review whenever possible):


Nymphomaniac Volume II (Lars von Trier, Denmark-Belgium-France-Germany-UK, 2013)

Review by Ard Vjn - NYMPHOMANIAC VOLUME II Brings The Pain...

The Priest's Children (Vinko Bresan, Croatia-Serbia, 2013)

Ilo Ilo (Anthony Chen, Singapore, 2013)

Review by Kwenton Bellete - ILO ILO, A Genuine Gem

The Well (Michael Rowe, Mexico, 2013)

Review by Eric Ortiz García - MANTO ACUÍFERO (THE WELL) Sees The World Through The Eyes Of A Misunderstood Girl 

The Past (Asghar Farhadi, France-Italy, 2013)

Review by Brian Clark - THE PAST Is An Intense, Mesmerizing Excavation Of Secrets And Lies

La Paz (Santiago Loza, Argentina, 2013)

O Homem das Multidões (Marcelo Gomes and Cao Guimaraes, Brasil, 2013)

Stockholm (Rodrigo Sorogoyen, Spain, 2013)

Eco de la Montaña (Nicolás Echevarría, Mexico-US, 2014)

Borgman (Alex van Warmerdam, Netherlands-Belgium-Denmark, 2013)

Review by Brian Clark - BORGMAN Fiendishly Recounts The Time The Devil Went Up To Holland

Super Nada (Rubens Rewald and Rossana Foglia, Brazil-Mexico, 2012)

The Missing Picture (Rithy Panh, Cambodia-France, 2013)

Review by Christopher Bourne - THE MISSING PICTURE, A Hauntingly Poetic Work Of Emotional And Historical Archeology

El Mudo (Daniel Vega Vidal, Peru-France-Mexico, 2013)

Ciencias Naturales (Matías Lucchesi, Argentina, 2014)

Around the Internet:
blog comments powered by Disqus
​​