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2022 PROGRAM

Película Ganadora Largometrajes JIIFF 2022 Drive My Car

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION

OUT OF COMPETITION

OFFICIAL COMPETITION

Dir: Mariano Cohn y Gastón Duprat
Spain, Argentina
Saturday 15th January
Bajada de los Pescadores

A CHIARA

Dir: Jonas Carpignano
Italy
Sunday 16th January
Bajada de los pescadores

LAMB

Dir: Valdimar Jóhannsson
Iceland
Tuesday 18th January
Pueblo Garzón

TITANE

Dir: Julia Ducournau
France, Belgium
Wednesday 19th January
VIK Pavilion

Change of location!

DRIVE MY CAR

Dir: Ryusuki Hamaguchi
Japan
Thursday 22th January
VIK Pavilion

We moved up the screening!

RED ROCKET

Dir: Sean Baker
USA
Friday 21st January
VIK Pavilion

We moved up the screening!

For sold out screenings please register on our waiting list by sending an email to reservas@joseignaciofilmfestival.com
Foto del Premio Largometrajes Diego Haretche

BEST FEATURE FILM AWARD

For the past 12 years, JIIFF's audience are the ones who decide, through their vote, which is the winning film of each edition. This year, the Best Feature Film Award will obtain an art piece created by the Uruguayan artist, Diego Haretche.

Diego Haretche premio JIIFF 2022

DIEGO HARETCHE
Has a degree in Design, is director of Homonimo Design Studio, teacher in Art History and Design at the University of Montevideo, and carpentry student at Don Bosco Workshops.
Haretche works by reusing old wood and antique objects, revaluing used and lived materials. He plays with the weight of history and the value of materials worn out through time. His works rescue the marks of other lives. He participated in individual and group exhibitions in Montevideo and Maldonado, and currently exhibits in the Ghierra Intendente exhibition at the Espacio de Arte Contemporáneo.

ABOUT THE WORK
Wood carving by Diego Haretche for José Ignacio International Film Festival.
The award as an upward spiral, smooth, rhythmic, expanding ...
May the weight of this piece in your hands be kind but forceful and may you feel the wear and tear of its surface as an organic encounter with destiny. This piece was carved in wood with history: it comes from the old Bozo ceramic warehouses, has a dimension and weight similar to that of an Oscar and outlines the corkscrew of a snail.