The latest films by José Luis Guerín and Miguel Gomes featured in the sixth day of the Seville Festival.
The personality of authors such as Minervini, Vecchiali, Ostrochovsky and Hostiou was present yesterday at the Seville Festival.
Alanté Kavaïté, Sonja Heiss and Pascale Breton presented their films yesterday in the Seville Festival.
After the opening gala and the world première of 'El tiempo de los monstruos', the SEFF continued the screening of other prominent films.
The second day of the Seville Festival opened a weekend full of cinema and activities to celebrate the seventh art.
The film 'Two Friends' by Louis Garrel and the City of Seville Award winner Timothy Spall starred the festival’s opening gala.
The Seville Festival was the venue for the announcement of the nominations for the 28th edition of the European Film Awards.
This morning was held the opening session, which followed the screening of the best short of the ECAM in its 20th anniversary.
In this year’s Seville Festival programme, there is a notable triple presence by the Argentinean director Santiago Mitre.
The director and actor Louis Garrel, along with the French actor Vincent Macaigne, will attend the opening gala of the Seville European Film Festival.
The parallel activities at this twelfth edition of the Seville Festival look at the fruitful connection of film with other arts, such as literature and music.
A look at the most urgent, incisive films in SEFF 2015, film as an instrument of struggle that fosters the awakening of the critical spirit.
In this edition, the Seville Festival is collaborating with close to thirty entities and companies in order to organize a similar number of complementary activities during the festival.
Jonas Carpignano’s ‘Mediterranea’ will be screened at SEFF, the festivals at Thessaloniki and Bratislava and Cineuropa in Santiago de Compostela, and also cinemas in Portugal, Paris and Bucharest.
The opening gala on 6th November, at which Timothy Spall will be presented with his award, will also feature the French director and actor Louis Garrel and his first film Two Friends.
This year the Seville Festival is acknowledging local culture by paying tribute to Juan Sebastián Bollaín, who has offered an unusual view of the city.