PROGRAM 2023

Feature Competition

Triangle of sadness

Dir: Ruben Östlund
Sweden, Germany, France, Turkey, Greece, Denmark, Great Britain, United States

Saturday 14th january
Bajada de los pescadores
Access: 7pm
Screening: 8.30pm

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NO BOOKING IS REQUIRED

The banshees of inisherin

Dir: Martin McDonagh
United Kingdom, Irland, United States

Sunday 15th january
Pavilion VIK

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MATINÉE SOLD OUT

Corsage

Dir: Marie Kreutzer
Austria, Luxemburg, Germany, France, Belgium

Tuesday 17th january
Pavilion VIK

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MATINÉE SOLD OUT

R.M.N.

Dir: Cristian Mungiu
Romania, France, Belgium

Wednesday 18th de january
Chacra La Mallorquina
Access: 7pm
Screening: 8.30pm

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NO BOOKING IS REQUIRED

Close

Dir: Lukas Dhont
Belgium

Friday 20th january
Pavilion VIK

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MATINÉE SOLD OUT

Holy Spider

Dir: Ali Abbasi
Denmark, Germany, France, Sweden

Saturday 21st january
Pavilion VIK

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January 6th - Bookings available for screenings at Pavilion VIK

Access to the screenings at Bajada de los Pescadores in José Ignacio and at Chacra La Mallorquina, are free of charge. We recommend you come with beach chairs and a coat!

For Pavilion VIK, access to the screenings are also free but require a previous booking through our website that’ll be available from January 6th onwards. Due to the fact that it is a closed space and with limited capacity, each person will be able to request up to two reservations per film, that way everyone can enjoy the films in competition, only for these days at Pavilion VIK there’ll be a double screening: matinee and late night. The space has available chairs.

Last, but not least, we inform you that in case of rain the program scheduled in the Bajada de los Pescadores and Chacra La Mallorquina will be moved to Pavilion VIK and will require a reservation. We will announce any changes in advance through our website and social media.

Foto del Premio JIIFF 2023

PREMIO JIIFF 2023

For all our 13 years of festival, JIIFF’s audience are the ones who decide, through their vote, which is the winning film of each edition. This year, the winning feature film will get a piece created by the Uruguayan artist, Federico Benites.

Federico Benites

FEDERICO BENITES
Montevideo, 1979. Wood artist, carpenter by profession. Motivated and captivated by the nobility of this material, he managed to create geometric works through the recycling of 100 year old wood. Through them he expresses a powerful visual impact where the wood's warmth and colors prevail.

About the work: I had the pleasure of being summoned by JIIFF to create the main award. As an artist, it was a great challenge and an honor to reflect in a piece what it means to be awarded, having it represent being outstanding among others.
The materials used for this work are old pieces of wood from Pinotea Americana and Curupay.
Greetings to the organization and grateful that they have trusted me for such an important award.