2014. Digital feature film / High Definition (HD). 111 minutes.
Film based on Eduardo Blanco Amor’s homonymous novel.
Cibrán (Miguel de Lira), O Bocas (Karra Elejaldez), Milhomes (Antonio Durán (Morris).
January 20 to March 27, 2014.
County of Ourense: city of Ourense, O Carballiño, Ribadavia and Boborás. County of Lugo: Monforte de Lemos, O Saviñao, Ferreira de Pantón. County of A Coruña: Concello de Touro.
Friday, November 21, 2014 in every city and village.
Friday, 8 May 2015; on Madrid, Barcelona, Euskadi, Navarra and Balears Islands cinemas.
2011. Feature film in 35 mm. Dolby Digital SR. 120 minutes.
Breixo (Rubén Riós), Sonia (Sabela Arán), Hermes (Xoel Yáñez).
February 18 to August 5, 2014.
County of Lugo: Os Ancares, Negueira de Muñiz, A Fonsagrada. Asturias: Grandas de Salime
March 30, 2012 in every city and village. Opening May 17, 2013: Filmax cinema, Hospitalet del Llobregat (Catalunya)
2012: International Film Festival for peace, inspiration and equality (Jakarta, Indonesia). Award of excellence.
2012: International Film Festival, New York. Best Cinematography and Best Film Score.
2013: Mestre Mateo Galician Audiovisual Awards 2013 - Best Actress in a Leading Role (Sabela Arán) and Best Cinematography (Alberto Díaz Blanco “Bertitxi”)
2007. Feature film in 35 mm. Dolby Digital SR. 100 minutes.
Martiño (Rubén Riós), Raquel (Tamara Canosa), Armando (Roberto Porto).
City of San Sebastián Award 2008. Film Commission. Festival de Cine de San Sebastián, 56th edition.
Special Award in Festival de Cine Internacional de Ourense, 13th Edition, 2008.
Jerry Goldsmith Award for Best Film Score and Best Young Composer, Zeltia Montes. IV Congreso Internacional de Música de Cine, City of Úbeda, 2008.
“Director’s Choice Gold Medal for Excellence” Award. Park City Film Music Festival. Utah. USA. 2009
Moondance Atlantis Award for Best Original Score, Moondance International Film Festival of Colorado. (USA). 2009
“Hollywood Music in Media Awards", Pradolongo nominated to "Best Young Composer". Los Ángeles. USA. 2009.
One of the most popular films in Galician cinemas. www.mcu.es ICAA, movies classified data
One of the most popular feature films in DVDs and Blu-Ray for sale in Galicia.
One of the highest - grossing films in TVG. March 31, 2009. Fórmula TV: http://www.formulatv.com/1,20090401,10904,1.html
Un bosque de música
2004. Feature film in 35 mm. Dolby Digital SR. 80 minutes.
Un bosque de música describes the work of the Galician folk group Luar na Lubre, its passion for the origin of Celtic music and its relationship with Mike Oldfield.
March 24, 2004 in Lincoln Center (New York). Opening May 14, 2004 in cinemas.
DVD for sale in June 29, 2004.
2003. Feature film in 35 mm. Dolby Digital SR. 100 minutes.
Two reporters want to do the work of their lives. They want to discover the mafia carrying immigrants to Europe illegally.
September 17 to November 7, 2001.
January 31, 2003.
Video and DVD for sale in June 4, 2003.
Distributor: Lauren Films.
1999. Documentary in digital Betacam. 40 minutes.
On African stowaways arriving in Galicia hidden in the holds of ships.
July 30, 1999, in La Noche Temática on Televisión Española (La 2) at peak viewing time.
“Lobo de Cinema” Award for Best Documentary. January 18, 2001, A Coruña.
The director Ignacio Vilar spent his childhood in Castrofolla, a village in Petín de Valdeorras (Ourense, Galicia). On cold winter nights around the fire at his grandparents´ home, he heard immemorial stories told in Galician language. Life in the village, the relationship with nature and the stories he heard by the fire would stimulate and feed his passion for cinema.
When he was eight years old, he saw a movie for the first time and this made him feel astonished. For him, the light shining on the screen was the same as the fire at his grandparents´ home. Cinema became the means to continue telling stories. In his adolescence he entered a boarding school in the city of Ourense. There he kept on watching movies in several theaters: Xesteira, Mari, Principal, Avenida, Losada.
At the age of eighteen he moved to Barcelona and founded there, in the Central University, a film school where the great films of all times were studied, as well as editing, acting direction, filming documentaries and short films . He also initiated a project of film distribution in different neighbourhoods of Barcelona, and in many cities, towns and villages of Catalunya. The Filmoteca provides him with the opportunity to see the best world cinema.
In 1989 he won the Carlos Velo Award for the script Ollo Birollo. He returned to Galicia and started the production company Vía Láctea Films, where he directs 35mm short – films, documentaries and documentary series for television. He also directs the feature films Ilegal (2001), Un bosque de música (2003), Pradolongo (2007), Vilamor (2011) and A Esmorga (2014).