These installations are located in nine locations around the city, such as the Alameda de Hércules, La Encarnación and Marqués de Contadero
The poster, by the artist Seleka, is displayed on these large displays
Seville, 5 September - A dozen giant clapperboards distributed throughout the city announce the upcoming arrival of the 18th edition of the Seville European Film Festival, which like every year, is getting ready to host the greatest premieres of recent European films, this year, also, the most diverse and vibrant Spanish cinema will play a special role.
The clapperboards will be located from today on in different places of the capital; specifically, they can be seen in Paseo Marqués de Contadero, Avenida de los Descubrimientos, Alameda de Hércules, Plaza de la Encarnación, Calle Resolana, Puerta de Jeréz and the streets Ramón Carande, Resolana, Américo Vespucio and Luis de Morales.
These installations display the official poster for this edition, created by the Sevillian artist Seleka Muñoz, who has taken inspiration from the light of Seville to bring one of the universal symbols of the city to canvas.
The festival, which will begin on November 5th and close on the 14th of the same month, will be the forum for European cinema opening up a meeting point for creators, audiences and the industry.