PREVIOUS EDITIONS

2 Edition (1959)

2º Edition (1959)

Multimedia Files

Program Guide
Catalogue

- First Competitive Festival -
March 11th to 21st




AUTHORITIES
 
President
Mariano Hermoso

Vice-president
Andrés José Rolando Fustiñana

Secretary
Carlos Ferreira

Chair
Enzo Ardigó



PROGRAME
 
Wild Strawberries, by Ingmar Bergman - Sweden - 1957
The Attempt, by Jerzy Passendorfer - Poland - 1958
Eva Wants to Sleep, by Tadeusz Chmielewski - Poland - 1958
Eroica, by Andrzej Punk - Poland - 1958
The Girl Rosemarie, by Rolf Thiele - Federal Republic of Germany - 1958
The Boss, by Fernando Ayala - Argentina - 1958
Ivan the Terrible, Part II, by Sergei Eisenstein – Soviet Union - 1958
Me and the Colonel, by Peter Glenville - United States - 1958
I Was Monty’s Double, by John Guillermin - United Kingdom - 1958
H-8..., by Nikola Tanhoffer - Yugoslavia - 1958
Angel in a Taxi, by Antonio Leonviola - Italy - 1958
La Edad de la Tentación, by Alejandro Galindo - Mexico - 1959
Crimson Wings, by Kô Nakahira - Japan - 1957
Dreams, by Ingmar Bergman - Sweden - 1958
The Law, by Jules Dassin - Italy - 1959
A Night to Remember, by Roy Ward Baker - United Kingdom - 1958
Life Ahead, by Fernando Fernán Gómez - Spain - 1958
The Year Long Road, by Giuseppe de Santis - Yugoslavia - 1958
Women are Weak, by Michel Boisrond - France - 1959
Distrito Quinto, by Julio Coll - Spain - 1957
I Want to Live!, by Robert Wise - United States - 1958
Mon Oncle, by Jacques Tati - France / Italy - 1958
The Challenge, by Francesco Rosi - Italy / Spain - 1958
Englen I Sort, by Sven Methling - Sweden - 1957
A Holiday in Tokyo, by Kajiro Yamamoto - Japan - 1958
Long Live Love!, by Mauricio de la Serna - Mexico - 1958
Nine Lives, by Arne Skouen - Norway – 1957
Idiot, by Ivan Piriev - Soviet Union - 1958
Iron Flower, by Janós Herskó - Hungary - 1958
The Captain’s Daughter, by Vladimir Klapunovsky - URSS - 1959
Lagoon of Desire, by Giorgos Zervos - Czechoslovakia - 1957
Mardi Gras, by Edmund Goulding - United States - 1958
Hippodrome, by Arthur Maria Rabenalt - France - 1959
Orders to Kill, by Anthony Asquith - United Kingdom - 1958
The Journey, by Anatole Litvak - United States - 1959



GUESTS

Jacques Tati - Abel Gance - Julien Duvivier - Alberto Dalbes - Mirtha Legrand - Silvia Legrand - Alberto de Mendoza - Jean Sefert -Tita Merello - Bárbara Mujica - Silvia Nolasco - Joaquín Petrosino - Nathán Pinzón - Susanne Cramer - Antje Geerk - Marion Michael - Sabina Sesselmann - Gero Wecker - Arthur Brandt - Alfred Bauer - Günter Schwartz - Graciela Borges - Hugo del Carril - Oscar Rovito - Leonardo Favio - Arturo García Buhr - Leopoldo Torre Nilsson - José Dominiani - Ulyses Petit de Murat - Tomás Eloy Martínez - Ricardo Warnes - Julien Duvivier - Isabel Sarli - Olga Zubarry - Antonio Ber Ciani - Armando Bó - Enrique Carreras - Fernando Ayala - Héctor Olivera - Ralph Pappier - Mario Soffici - Daniel Tinayre - Nelly Kaplan - Jean Sefert - Henny Moan - Andrzej Munk - Henryk Gordon - Jerzy Lewinski - John Mills - Harriet Andersson - Anita Gutwell Kremer - Waltraut Haas - Markit Nunke - Antje Geerk -.Alfred Lehr - Anton Schuchmann - Jana Dvoráková - Myriam Hinkova - Jirí Marek - Ladislav Kachtik - Homero Alsina Thevenet



AWARDS

Best Feature Film
Smultronstället, by Ingmar Bergman
Best Director
Rolf Thiele, for Das Madchen Rosemarie
Best Actor
Victor Sjöström, for Smultronstället, by Ingmar Bergman
Best Actress
Susan Hayward, for I want to Live, by Robert Wise
Best Feature Film in Spanish Language
El jefe, by Fernando Ayala