José Luis Torres Leiva

José Luis Torres Leiva op IFFR

José Luis TORRES LEIVA (1975, Chile) has made a considerable number of short films and independent videos. El cielo, la tierra y la lluvia (2008) was his first feature film. Supported by the Hubert Bals Fund (HBF), it was nominated for a Tiger Award and won the FIPRESCI Award at IFFR in 2008. Verano was also supported by the HBF and had its premiere at the Venice film festival in 2011. The European-Latin American co-production Vendrá la muerte y tendrá tus ojos premiered at the San Sebastian International Film Festival 2019.

Filmography

(selection) Confesiones de un caballo suicida/Confessions of a Suicidal Horse (2002, short), No tengo nada que decir/I Have Nothing to Say (2003, short), Ningún lugar en ninguna parte/No Place Nowhere (2004, doc), Los ojos abiertos/The Open Eyes (2004, short), Obreras saliendo de la fábrica/Women Workers Leaving the Factory (2005, short), El tiempo que se queda/The Time That Rests (2007, doc), El cielo, la tierra y la lluvia/The Sky, the Earth and the Rain (2008), El secreto/The Secret (2008, short), Trance uno/Trance One (2008, short), Trance (1-10) (2008), Primer día de invierno/First Day of Winter (2010, short), Tres semanas después/Three Weeks Later (2010, doc), Verano/Summertime (2011), Copia imperfecta/Imperfect Copy (2012, short), Ver y escuchar/Listen to it (2013), 11 habitaciones en Antártica/11 Rooms on Antarctica (2013), El viento sabe que vuelvo a casa/The Winds Know That I'm Coming Back Home (2016), El sueño de Ana/Ana's Dream (2017, short), Sobre cosas que me han pasado (2018, short), Vendrá la muerte y tendrá tus ojos/Death Will Come and Shall Have Your Eyes (2019)

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José Luis Torres Leiva op IFFR

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