Spain, 2018 - 83'
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This documentary by Madrid-born Samuel Alarcón explores, in a detective style, the last days of Goya, exiled in Bordeaux, and tells us about the mystery that surrounded the exhumation of his body, years after his death, when it was discovered that someone had stolen the head of the famous painter.

Screening Dates:
Wed 6 Oct: From 3pm (Thailand), 4pm (Philippines and Malaysia), and 7pm (Australia)  
Thur 7 Oct: The whole day (Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia and Australia)  
Fri 8 Oct:  Until 3pm (Thailand), 4pm (Philippines and Malaysia), and 7pm (Australia) 

Full Cast and Crew

Director: Samuel Alarcón
Script: Samuel Alarcón
Production: Tourmalet Films Radio Televisión Española Marmita Films
Film Editing: Samuel Alarcón
Cinematography: Roberto San Eugenio

Samuel Alarcón

Samuel Alarcón is a filmmaker. In 2006 he received a scholarship from the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome, with which he made his first feature film: La ciudad de los signos (2009), chosen in international festivals around the world. Since 2013 he has directed the radio program 'El cine que viene' in the Spanish National Radio, in which he analyzes independent Ibero-American films and invites their authors as guests. Oscuro y Lucientes (2018), his second feature film, premiered at the Seville European Film Festival. Déjame hablar (2020) is his last work, the result of his collaboration with the Basque composer Luis de Pablo.


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