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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

“The Forest Maker”: Interview with Volker Schlöndorff at Evia Film Project

“The Forest Maker”: Interview with Volker Schlöndorff at Evia Film Project

Interview with Volker Schlöndorff, director of “The Forest Maker”, a documentary essay about reforestation in Africa.

Evia Film Project: the regenerative power of cinema

Evia Film Project: the regenerative power of cinema

The Evia Film Project will run a film and ecology programme from 15 to 19 June to revitalise the island devastated by forest fires.

Evia Film Project, green cinema

Evia Film Project, green cinema

The Thessaloniki Film Festival’s new initiative, the Evia Film Project, which will take place from 15-19 June 2022, is an innovative, environmentally-oriented programme aimed at culturally reviving Evia and making it a global centre of “green cinema”.

75th Cannes Film Festival: The year of the war

75th Cannes Film Festival: The year of the war

The 75th Cannes Film Festival will offer from May 17 to 28 a program with a nod to the current situation, with five female directors in the Official Selection, and where we will see the latest from Albert Serra.
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The 75th Cannes Film Festival pays tribute to Tom Cruise and Agnès Varda

The 75th Cannes Film Festival pays tribute to Tom Cruise and Agnès Varda

The 75th Cannes Film Festival is paying tribute to Tom Cruise and Forest Whitaker with an honorary award and to Agnès Varda by renaming the Soixantième hall.

“A House Made of Splinters”, Orphans of Ukraine

“A House Made of Splinters”, Orphans of Ukraine

In “A House of Made Splinters”, we meet the inmates of a foster home in Ukraine, an intermediate step between their unstructured and threatening – but longed-for – homes and the orphanage.

“Robin Bank”, a Quixote in search and arrest

“Robin Bank”, a Quixote in search and arrest

Enric Duran, the protagonist of the documentary “Robin Bank” (Anna Giralt Gris, 2022) swindled Spanish banks out of half a million euros in loans that he never paid back.

The three competition sections of the 24th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

The three competition sections of the 24th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

With a record number of world, international and European premieres, the three competition sections of the 24th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, International Competition, Newcomers Competition and >>Film Forward Competition, showcase a series of fascinating movies.

The Greek Documentaries of the 24th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

The Greek Documentaries of the 24th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

From 10 to 20 March 2022, both in physical spaces and online, Greek documentaries, vibrant, multifaceted and pluralistic, take center stage at the 24th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival.

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.