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4.3
185 Ratings

Fire in Castilla (Tactilvision from the Moor of the Fright)

Fuego en Castilla (Tactilvisión del páramo del espanto)

Directed by José Val del Omar
Spain, 1961
Documentary, Short

Synopsis

Short documentary featuring sculptures of Alonso de Berruguete and Juan de Juni in the Valladolid National Museum.

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Fire in Castilla (Tactilvision from the Moor of the Fright) Directed by José Val del Omar

Awards & Festivals

Cannes Film Festival

1961 | Special Mention: Technical Grand Prize

Critics reviews

Fuego en Castilla isn’t only Val del Omar’s most well regarded work; it’s also his most important and the one that he was building up to throughout his entire career. It also won a prize at Cannes that year for its use of visual effects, as it truly transpires of something unique, as if he had seen the future and seen what the visual mindfucks consisted of in the 2010s and had anticipated them in the form of lights, shadows and screechy sounds on top of statues in the museum of Castilla.
June 08, 2015
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