SEFF 2020 AWARD WINNERS
Full list of awarded films in this 17th edition
FIRST EVALUATION OF THIS EDITION
The last great event of the year in our country brings to the cinemas 147 productions
THREE NOMINEES FOR BEST EUROPEAN FILM
Many films featured in the SEFF are among the nominees for the European Film Awards
Cecilia Mangini's online exhibition
You can visit an online exhibition dedicated to the photographic work of this essential figure of European creation in the 20th century
The Seville European Film Festival has closed its 17th edition with the presentation of the complete list of winners, in an act in which the mayor of Seville, Juan Espadas, wanted to accompany the director of the event, José Luis Cienfuegos, as well as the members of the different juries involved in the festival and some of the winners
The SEFF's programme of activities included a virtual round table led by the filmmakers' association ACCIÓN, with contributions from Juan Vicente Córdoba, Javier Tolentino, Nathalie Martínez, Alberto Morais, Ana Rosa Diego, Pauline Durand and Václav Kadrnka
Um Fio de Baba Escarlate is the second feature film of Portuguese filmmaker Carlos Conceiçao. The film, a visually overwhelming “giallo”, is shown at the Seville Festival’s section Revoluciones Permanentes.
CREAMOS is born, a new association that brings together Andalusian screenwriters, and directors to join forces in the audiovisual industry
The Sevillian producer, who is presenting 'El Inconveniente' at the SEFF, received this award from Canal Sur Radio and Television during a ceremony held at the Lope de Vega Theatre
Margarita Ledo and Alfonso Zarauza are two filmmakers whose long trajectory is associated with the powerful and referential Galician cinematography, that now lives a moment of creative splendor. Their newest films, Nación and Ons, will be screened this year in the Festival.