José Manuel Mouriño (Puebla, México, 1978) is an investigator, essayist and filmmaker. He received his Doctorate in Fine Arts from the University of Vigo, dedicating his thesis to studying the Russian director Mikhail Romm. He also devoted literary essays to directors such as Andrei Tarkovsky, Michelangelo Antonioni and Pier Paolo Pasolini. He recently edited and wrote the prologue of the book Escritos de juventud de Andréi Tarkovski, published by Abado Editores. He was the commissary of several exhibitions on the aforementioned directors in Coruña, Madrid and Lisbon, and is the representative of the International Andrei Tarkovski Institute in the Iberian Peninsula and Hispanic America. He is the author of documentaries: 36 vistas de la Torre de Hércules (2009); Luís Seoane. Visualidad, recuerdo y síntesis (2010) and Los Días Blancos, apuntes sobre el rodaje de Nostalghia, de Andrei Tarkovski (2011), the former screened at LEFFEST in 2015. His previous film, Pessoa/Lisboa, was screened at the previous edition of the Festival.


November 25th, 2PM
Cinema Medeia Monumental