215 titles from the best cinema on the old continent, over 400 screenings, with a notable presence of productions acclaimed at festivals around the world, and also an important number of more heterodox Spanish works, at a festival where professionals, audiences, creators and programmers mingle.
There will be 27 world premieres (a record number after the last 5 years), 2 international premieres (the first time the works are shown outside of their country of origin), more than 120 national premieres, 36 participating film industries (25 European -21 from the MEDIA list of Low Audiovisual Capacity- and 11 non-European countries). Spain, whose film industry is the most represented, is participating with 67 productions, including 33 Andalusian films.
Beyond the festival’s wide-ranging offer, where SEFF really marks the difference is with the presence of the filmmakers who accompany and present their works here. There will be more than 120 encounters by participating directors with the festival audiences, whether as discussions, presentations or master classes.