IberoDocs, Ibero-American Documentary Film Festival Scotland, is back for its 4thedition in Edinburgh to celebrate rich and thought provoking stories from Ibero-America. The event, which will run from the 10th to the 14th of May in the Filmhouse. 14 of the documentaries to be screened are premieres in Scotland and one will be seen for the first time in Europe.
Hollywood didn’t like Dennis Hopper‘s third work, ‘The Last Movie’. In fact, he was banned from directing for ten years after its presentation. Its surrealistic touches, its unconventional narrative and its experimental nature fitted neither the canons of Universal Pictures nor those of the wider audience. Despite being generally disliked, it has inspired other cinematographic works. This is the case of ‘Rest in peace, Mr Hopper’, a documentary penned by Spanish filmmakers Aurelio Medina and Daniel García, that will part of the program of IberoDocs 2017 (10-14 May) with several screenings a a workshop on editing an postproduction.