Bogota will have new international film festival

The Biff will bet to proposals other as alternative cinema, local production, documentaries, children's films, films of love, politics, terror and sex among other signs that do not usually get, easily, to theaters. new cinematic trends, risky securities and young at heart will be exhibited.

"We want to speak in a different language, so spend a lot of time searching the contents and what young people want to see; as reflected in their relationships with their environment and to religious and sexual identities, "says Andres Bayona, director and founder of Biff.Durante the opening of the festival this coming Thursday, October 8 the latest film of Argentine director Pablo Trapero will be shown,

"The clan". For this film Trapero just get the Silver Lion, for best film director at the Venice Film Festival, one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world. The film tells the story of a traditional family (Puccio) in Argentina 70s who trespassed and even murdered by dinero.Entre attendees to this meeting of the seventh art are: the Swedish Magnus von Horn, director of "The here After ", screened at Cannes this year to compete for the Golden Camera; Uruguayan Gonzalo Delgado, editor of the film "The Apostate" and Argentine filmmaker Juan Schnitman who will present his first feature, "The Fire" Biff .The programming will be available in theaters Cine Colombia.

See schedules at: http://bit.ly/1PgLgHj The Biff will bet different proposals as alternative cinema, local production, documentaries, films children, love films, politics, terror and sex among other signs that do not usually get, easily, to theaters. new cinematic trends, risky securities and young at heart will be exhibited. "We want to speak in a different language, so spend a lot of time searching the contents and what young people want to see; as reflected in their relationships with their environment and to religious and sexual identities, "says Andres Bayona, director and founder of Biff.Durante the opening of the festival this coming Thursday, October 8 the latest film of Argentine director Pablo Trapero will be shown, "The clan". For this film Trapero just get the Silver Lion, for best film director at the Venice Film Festival, one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world. The film tells the story of a traditional family (Puccio) in Argentina 70s who trespassed and even murdered by dinero.Entre attendees to this meeting of the seventh art are: the Swedish Magnus von Horn, director of "The here After ", screened at Cannes this year to compete for the Golden Camera; Uruguayan Gonzalo Delgado, editor of the film "The Apostate" and Argentine filmmaker Juan Schnitman who will present his first feature, "The Fire" Biff .The programming will be available in theaters Cine Colombia. See schedules at: http://bit.ly/1PgLgHj