The world premiere of gold by agustín díaz yanes is among the special screenings at the seville festival.
The Spanish cinema born from the most absolute independence again has a notable place in the Festival.
Supporting a cinema that proposes new languages for discourse and film art, we have nineteen films that make up the section The New Waves, an essential sign of identity for the Seville Festival.
10,000 young people have already requested to participate in the sections europa junior and filmlovers of the future.
The competitive section shows the titles that have caught the attention of critics and audiences throughout the year within contemporary European auteurist cinema.
This year the Seville Festival proposes 9 titles as yet unreleased in Spain in order to continue writing that complex and common imaginary of a world in eternal movement.
Training, professional contacts, and visibility of independent and auteur cinema.
Carlos Marqués-Marcet, Lucrecia Martel and Eva Vila present their new films at the Seville Festival, completing the overwhelming Spanish presence in its Official Section.
The Seville European Film Festival has opened the application period for accreditation in the festival.
Moving Cinema begins: The European programme for training young people to be programmers for the festival.
In collaboration with the Portuguese Film Archive, after the screenings in Seville, the films by Cordeiro and Reis will be shown at the Centro Galego de Artes da Imaxe-Filmoteca de Galicia (CGAI), the Filmoteca de Valencia (IVAC), and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.