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Eva Peydró

Eva Peydró

Filóloga, traductora, crítica de cine, periodista cultural y escritora. Miembro de FIPRESCI (Federación Internacional de Prensa Cinematográfica) y de FEDEORA (Asociación de críticos de cine de Europa y Mediterráneo) y en representación de ambas organizaciones ha participado como jurado en festivales internacionales de cine, como Cannes, Venecia, Karlovy Vary o San Sebastián. En 2014 fundó la revista cultural online El Hype, de la que es directora, y a la que contribuye con artículos sobre cultura, críticas cinematográficas y crónicas de festivales de cine. Colaboradora invitada en el programa “El séptimo vicio”, de Radio 3 (RNE), durante el Festival de Cannes.

Author's Articles

Post Reality on the 24th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

Post Reality on the 24th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

The ten documentaries screened within the framework of the 24th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival’s main tribute map a fluid world and pave the way to a new reality that abolishes any certainty of the past.

Top 10 Unforgettable Films of 2021

Top 10 Unforgettable Films of 2021

These are the ten films we won’t forget from 2021. Released in cinemas, platforms or festivals, they belong to different styles and cinematographies. What they all have in common is that they have left a lasting impact on our retina and our emotions.

62 Thessaloniki International Film Festival: Double Lives and Two Boxes

62 Thessaloniki International Film Festival: Double Lives and Two Boxes

The 62nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival screened out of competition the Romanian Golden Shell winner at the San Sebastian Festival, “Blue Moon”.

62nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival: In the Cut

62nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival: In the Cut

The 62th Thessaloniki International Film Festival pays a valuable tribute to editing, titled “In the Cut: Editing and its Secrets”, on one of the most pivotal stages of filmmaking.

“Whispers of War”, silenced screams

“Whispers of War”, silenced screams

Whispers of War shows the silenced wars, the power of information and the penetration of political conflicts into the intimate sphere, transforming relationships.

The 62nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival is coming home!

The 62nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival is coming home!

The 62nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival will take place from November 4th to November 14th, 2021, and is returning to its home turf, the movie theaters, prioritizing safety and abiding by all health and safety protocols, this year’s celebration of independent cinema will take place in physical spaces, but online as well. Within the framework […]

‘The French Dispatch’, journalism and nostalgia

‘The French Dispatch’, journalism and nostalgia

“The French Dispatch” is Wes Anderson’s new foray into cultural mythomania, with a cast that includes more stars than the firmament.

“The Bad Poet “: D’Annunzio in his crepuscular age

“The Bad Poet “: D’Annunzio in his crepuscular age

“The Bad Poet” traces the portrait of a crepuscular Gabriele D’Annunzio, which Sergio Castellitto embodies with seductive complexity.

‘The Dig’, from the tomb to the stars

‘The Dig’, from the tomb to the stars

Time and space, the reason for all this and the meaning of life are threaded together in The Excavation, showing with this absent funeral ship – whose rotting frames the centuries have replaced with a primer – the trace of the past, visible and invisible at the same time, the lesson of the shadows of Hiroshima that we have forgotten.

“I May Destroy You”: Let’s talk about consent

“I May Destroy You”: Let’s talk about consent

I could destroy you, a series that has already acquired the status of a benchmark, addresses as its main theme the reflection on consent and its limits, but it does so by rabidly contextualising its nature in a chorally conjugated present.