The Andalusian Center of Letters and Andalusian Film Archivemanaged by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sports through the Andalusian Agency of Cultural Institutions, begin the ‘Literature and cinema’ program with the screening of the film Headhunters (headhunter), candidate for Best European Film at the Goya of 2013. The film is based on the novel by Jo Nesbo, Norwegian writer who will visit next February 15 the Malaga headquarters of the Andalusian Center of Letters. The screening will take place on Tuesday, February 13 at the Filmoteca de Andalucía, with the participation of the expert Manuel Ángel Jiménez at 8:00 p.m.
Headhuntersdirected by Norwegian Morten Tyldun, starts in Cordova this year the program Literature and cinemascreenings of films based or inspired by literary works, commented by authors who reflect on the film, the adapted literary work and, in general, on the relationships between current literature and cinema.
Synopsis of ‘Talent Hunter’
Translated as headhunter, the film stars Roger, a man who seems to have it all. He is he Norway’s most successful headhunter, is married to Diana, the beautiful owner of an art gallery, and owns a magnificent house, but leads a lifestyle that he cannot afford. To increase that income, He is dedicated to stealing works of art. In the gallery, his wife introduces him to Clase Greve, who is not only the perfect candidate for the position of CEO of the company where Roger works, but It also has a painting of great value. Roger finally sees the opportunity to retire. The hunt has begun.
The film will be presented by the filmmaker and theater graduate, Manuel Ángel Jiménez Arévalo. He has also done photography work, is a singer-songwriter, poet and critic. He regularly collaborates with Diario CÓRDOBA as a film critic, has taught classes at the Higher School of Dramatic Art of Córdoba, and has been managing director of the Gran Teatro de Córdoba.
This projection is included within the cycle From crime novels to black films, which will take place between February and June in the provinces of Almería, Córdoba, Granada and Seville. The activity will be held at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 13, with free entry until capacity is reached.