‘Bach In Madrid’ Directed By Jose Del Rio In The Canada International Film Festival 2015

‘Bach In Madrid’ Directed By Jose Del Rio In The Canada International Film Festival 2015
‘Bach In Madrid’ Directed By Jose Del Rio In The Canada International Film Festival 2015

Bach In Madrid by Jose del Rio

‘Bach In Madrid’ Directed By Jose Del Rio In The Canada International Film Festival 2015.

Official Selections and Award Winners of the 2015 Canada International Film Festival have been announced! Bach in Madrid directed by Jose del Rio is selected!

About the documentary ‘Bach in Madrid’ by Jose del Rio: Between the years 2004 and 2012, the orchestra and choir of La Capilla Real de Madrid played in the churches of Madrid the integral of Johannes Sebastian Bach’s Cantatas and sacred works. Bach’s music reached all districts of the city, from the most humble to the most touristic ones, in the form of free concerts. More than 70,000 people attended the recitals in which nearly 600 musicians participated. The documentary ‘Bach in Madrid’ followed the course of this cycle in its last two seasons and got into the lives of the musicians and organizers of an event that marked a milestone in the history of the city.

A millstone in Spain! Congratulations Jose del Rio and Tirabeque Producciones.

‘Bach en Madrid’ was also selected in the NYC Independent Film Festival.

Tirabeque Producciones Facebook.

Canada International Film Festival. From April 11th to April 12th, 2015.

Canada International Film Festival

Canada International Film Festival

The Canada International Film Festival has firmly established itself among the top film festivals in Canada. Held each year in the beautiful and cosmopolitan city of Vancouver, British Columbia, the festival brings the very best of world cinema to Canada from over 90 countries around the world.

Special Events, Awards and Screenplay Competition. In an effort to foster new and undiscovered writing talent, the Canada International Film Festival also features an annual Screenplay Contest. Awards are given for the top screenplays in three competition categories, features, shorts, and television scripts.

Documentary Feature Competition:

Paradiso directed by Omar A. Razzak; The Sum Total of Our Memory: Facing Alzheimer’s Together directed by Barbara Klutinis; The Global Warming War directed by Luke Dillard; The Utrecht Seals directed by Paul Bossé; Face to Face directed by Chung Chuan; Sick World 1 directed by Hyun-Mi Park; The Last Adieu directed by Shabnam Sukhdev; The Last Kamikazis of Heavy Metal directed by Biliana Grozdanova, Marina Grozdanova; Bach in Madrid directed by Jose del Rio; and Improbable Water Stories directed by Ashley Simpson & Arianne Persaud.

Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and up to you!

Bach in Madrid (‘Bach en Madrid’ by Jose del Rio). Trailer.

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