Laura Mora Lands San Sebastian Movie Fest’s High Honor for “The Kings of The World”


For the third 12 months in a row, a woman-directed function has taken residence San Sebastian Movie Pageant’s prime honor, the Golden Shell. Deadline reviews that Colombian filmmaker Laura Mora topped the principle competitors on the seventieth version of the fest with “The Kings of the World” (“Los reyes del mundo”). Alina Grigore’s “Blue Moon” acquired the Golden Shell in 2021, and Dea Kulumbegashvili’s “Starting” gained the award in 2020.

“The Kings of the World” marks Mora’s follow-up to 2017’s “Killing Jesus.” The drama tells the story of “5 boys dwelling on the streets of Medellín who set out on a journey seeking the promised land,” and is described as a “subversive story of disobedience, friendship, and dignity.”

Movies from girls administrators additionally took residence essentially the most prestigious prizes from Venice Movie Pageant and the Berlinale this 12 months. “All of the Magnificence and the Bloodshed,” Laura Poitras’ doc about artist Nan Goldin and her struggle to carry the Sackler household accountable for his or her position within the opioid epidemic, gained Venice’s Golden Lion, and Carla Simón’s “Alcarràs,” a drama a few household of peach farmers in Catalonia, landed Berlinale’s Golden Bear. Spain not too long ago chosen “Alcarràs” as its decide within the 2023 worldwide function Oscar race. 


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