The inhabitants of a small village lost in the woodland between Galicia and Portugal play their own life mixed with dialogues from O BOSQUE, a play by Galician writer Marinhas del Valle. ARRAIANOS portrays a rural community in its obstinate resistance against disappearance.
- Honorable Mention - FICUNAM
- Grand Prize - Avant-Garde And Genre - BAFICI
- Camp US Jury Award - Seville European FF
- Aurora Salgado
- Antonio Ferreira
- Eulalia González
- Celsa Araujo
- Mauro Herce
- Manuel Muñoz rivas
- ARTIKA FILMS
Born in 1975 in Gandia, Spain, Eloy Enciso graduated in environmental science before studying documentary filmmaking at the San Antonio de los Baños International School of Cinema (EICTV) in Cuba. In 2002 he directed his first short, LA PONCHERA, followed among others by LA CLASE (2003) and NO TAN BUENA VISTA (2003). PIC-NIC (2007), his first feature documentary, won the 2004 Benibecas prize for Best Documentary Project and the First Feature Award at the International Festival of Mediterranean Documentary Film and Reportage (PriMed) in 2008. ARRAIANOS (2012) is his second feature film. His latest work ENDLESS NIGHT (2019) was selected in the Concorso Internazionale section at Locarno FF.