LOS CABOS FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES ITS OFFICIAL SELECTION

Los Cabos International Film Festival is proud to announce its 14 films in competition 93% of them will have their premier during our Sixth Edition:  5 world premieres2 international premieres and 6 Mexican premieres.
The Festival is known for having a young and independent talent curatorship in its Official Selection, and for creating spaces to promote their productions among leaders of the film industry. An international jury will be in charge of selecting the winners in our two competition programs: Competencia Los Cabos and México Primero in which a number of Mexican, American and Canadian productions and co-productions are competing.

 

 

 

Camino a Marte (Mexico), Director: Humberto Hinojosa
International Premiere
La petite fille qui aimait trop les allumettes (The Little Girl Who Was Too Fond of Matches) (Canada-Quebec), Director: Simon Lavoie
International Premiere

Luk’’Luk’l (Canada), Director: Wayne Wapeemukwa
International Premiere

A Ghost Story (EUA), Director: David Lowery
Mexican Premiere
Beach Rats (USA), Director: Eliza Hittman
Mexican Premiere
Columbus (USA), Director: Kogonada
Mexican Premiere
 Golden Exits (USA), Director: Alex Ross Perry
Mexican Premiere

 Mobile Homes (Canada- France), Director: Vladimir de Fontenay
Mexican Premiere
The Florida Project (USA), Director: Sean Baker
Mexican Premiere

 

 

A morir a los desiertos (Mexico), Director: Marta Ferrer
International Premiere
 Los días más oscuros de nosotras (Mexico), Director: Astrid Rondero
International Premiere
 Mis demonios nunca juraron soledad (Mexico), Director: Jorge Leyva
International Premiere
 Opus Zero (Mexico, Germany, United Kingdom), Director: Daniel Graham
International Premiere

 

Ayer maravilla fui / Yesterday Wonder I Was (Mexico), Gabriel Mariño
The films are competing for important prizes and awards for their directors and producers:
– Competencia Los Cabos a cash prize of $300,000 MX
– Cinemex Mexico Primero cash prize of $300,000 MX
– Cinemex Audience Award for Best Mexican film a cash prize of $300,000 MX
– FIPRESCI México Primero Award
The Festival would like to thank the partners who join us in celebrating the great talent which converges in this cultural and cinematographic celebration. Year after year our bid and commitment to productions who display the very best of the region’s independent film to our audience and professional guests who come to Los Cabos, Mexico’s top destination, keeps growing.
It has been six years of building long-term relationships and offering this trustworthy space to filmmakers from Mexico, USA, and Canada, whose powerful and refreshing artistic proposals fill the screens of our competitions.
Our gratitude to all of them for choosing Los Cabos as the setting of their premieres, among which we have 5 world premieres2 international premieres, and 6 Mexican premieres.
Likewise, Los Cabos International Film Festival proudly announces the addition to Gabriel Figueroa Film  in Development the film project Sleepwalk (Mexico), directed by Ricardo Silva,William el nuevo maestro judo (2016), Navajazo (2014) and produced by Paulina Valencia  and Ryan Zacarías.
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