Alternative shorts conquer the public in the Tabernas desert

Short filmmakers from different parts of Spain, as well as from abroad and, of course, from Almeria, today presented their work in the special section Outlaw. A new category that accommodates the creativity of directors and producers For a more independent cut it navigates the margins of the genre.

Fourteen short works, some of which were filmed in the Tabernas desert, conquered audiences in Fort Bravo, Texas, Hollywood. Added to this parallel section are the works in the international competition, nine short films that can be seen on Mondays at the Tabernas Theater. In total, 23 short stories from around the world Such as UK, Brazil, Netherlands, Italy, Norway, USA, Canada and Spain.

The city of Oeste-Fort Bravo, Texas, Hollywood was the main stage of the Almeria Western Film Festival during its third day as Other activities such as western show have been carried outAlex Rivera photographic exhibition and presentation of the book “Dead Man’s Hand: Dystopia, Volume Two”. Four of the seven authors of this work presented on the El Quinto Libro blog, edited by CĂ­rculo Rojo, this anthology of stories set in the darkest, most violent and perverted Wild West. Seven stories just related to luck in poker that no one probably wanted to play.

Continue this afternoon Feature films section “As bestas” starring composer Oliver Arson. Rodrigo Sorogoyen, a thriller filmed in rural El Bierzo and Galicia, starring Marina Vo and Luis Zahira, among others, and accompanied by non-professional actors. The film, which has been received at other national festivals, will be shown in theaters on November 11.

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The official section concludes with Ariel Escalante’s “Sunday and the Fog,” the film that will represent Costa Rica at the Oscars. Composer Alberto Torres will present this work, which had a successful participation in Cannes. Weak or broken family relationships blend with magic and the supernatural through the mists.

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