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#Nominations2018 : Best Animated Picture


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#Nominations2018 : Best First Feature


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#Nominations2018 : Foreign Language


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#Nominations2018 : Best British Picture


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#Nominations2018: Best Spanish Picture


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#Nominations2018 : Best Ibero-American Picture


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#Nominations2018 : Best Soundtrack


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#Nominations2018 : Creative Vision


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#Nominations2018 : Best Genre Film


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#Nominations2018 : Best Comedy


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#Nominations2018 : Most Underappreciated Picture


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#Nominations2018 : Blockbuster Of The Year


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#Nominations2018 : Best TV Series


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#LFF2018 : Interview With Celia Rico Clavellino, Director of ‘Journey To A Mother’s Room’

One of the many standouts from this year’s LFF First Feature Competition was ‘Journey to A Mother’s Room,’ an accomplished mother-daughter relationship drama, anchored by two remarkable performances by Spanish actresses Lola Dueñas, known for her roles in Almodovar films such as “Volver” (2006) or “Broken Embraces” (2009) and recently seen in Lucrecia Martel’s “Zama”(2017), and Anna Castillo, a popular star from many Spanish TV series which jumped into the big screen with Icíar Bollaín’s ‘”The Olive Tree” (2016). This finely observed debut, next to Carla Simon’s excellent “Summer 1993,” confirms that there is plenty of room for very personal and intimists female filmmakers in Spanish cinema, beyond the new wave of horror and genre renovators that characterises the majority of country’s most recent cinematic output.

We caught the film’s lively director Celia Rico Clavellino for a chat about the gestation of her first feature; her working methods; artistic preoccupations and her interest in exploring small everyday details and familiar love gestures.

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