The appointment film seville, which will be screening more than 200 films, he chooses to orient their institutional events in key media in search of greater impact in an election year
The Film Festival in Seville (SEFF) inaugurated this week its fifteenth edition, which will run from today until next Saturday, November 17, with a schedule that includes a total of more than 200 films -including the domestic release (116) in front of the premieres world-wide (35)- and a busy calendar of meetings and official events, which bet strongly by orienting its corporate image in search of the biggest media impact possible in a call that is held only six months before the next elections, municipal -the town Hall is the promoter of the event - and in the weeks prior to the election (advanced) in Andalusia, that will take place days few before the city embraces -the 15th December - the gala official awards of the European Film Academy.
The SEFF, which this year has taken care of to avoid another controversy such as that caused in its previous edition for the plagiarism of the official sign, is presented to the public as an exercise of "transgression and daring characteristic of adolescence" that stands for "free movies and diverse, in constant transformation." The programming kept many of the names present, and to some extent recurring, in other previous editions, as well as thematic sections with a clear vocation of fee -this is the case of the productions of andalusia or of the traditional cycle of inspiration feminist - responding to the obligation to satisfy a good part of the political support and institutional traditionally come to shape his menu of artistic proposals.
The event will gather european directors such as Olivier Assayas, which will open the SEFF with Non-Fiction -a comedy starring Juliette Binoche and actor Guillaume Canet-László Nemes (Sunset), Mia Hansen-Løve (Maya), Sergei Loznitsa (Donbass), Aleksey German, Richard Melbourne, Christophe Honoré, Elsa Amiel, Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi or directors awards at other european festivals, as Yolande Zauberman (Jury Prize in Locarno), Sudabeh Mortezai (Venice) or Adina Pintilie (Golden Bear in Berlin). There are that highlight the presence of prestigious Serge Toubiana, one of the exdirectores of the French magazine Cahiers du Cinéma and director of the cinematheque gala, which will schedule the recovery of classic titles such as The soft skin, Truffaut; Masculine, feminine, Jean-Luc Godard, and We will not grow old together, by Maurice Pialat. As a novelty, this year highlights a series of films focused on the new trends in the world of the animation film. The celebration of the SEFF implies for the municipal coffers of Seville, a disbursement of approximately 1.1 million euros, amount to which we must add other resources from sponsorships and institutional partnerships.
Fertilizer: Festival (22 euros/8 movies), Young (16 € /10 films), Senior (20 € /10 films). Projections: Nervión Plaza, Teatro Alameda, the Teatro Lope de Vega, Cinema Zone.
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