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MALAGA 2021 MAFIZ

Le cinéma espagnol se promeut à la XVe édition de Spanish Screening - Málaga de Cine

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- Du 20 au 23 octobre, sur place et sur internet, le secteur du cinéma espagnol va pouvoir assister à cet événement pour y trouver des partenaires, des acheteurs et des sélectionneurs de festivals

Le cinéma espagnol se promeut à la XVe édition de Spanish Screening - Málaga de Cine
Tolyatti Adrift de Laura Sisteró, un des titres sélectionnés au Málaga WIP España

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Titles that have already proven their worth at festivals and successfully charmed the most demanding of critics, such as Mighty Flash [+lire aussi :
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, The Year of the Discovery [+lire aussi :
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and Sediments [+lire aussi :
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; box-office hits like ¡A todo tren! Destino Asturias [+lire aussi :
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by that directorial King Midas Santiago Segura; other films that have not yet been released in Spain, such as Josephine [+lire aussi :
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, Mamá o papá [+lire aussi :
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and The Daughter [+lire aussi :
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; and movies that are genuinely impossible to pigeonhole, such as The Queen of the Lizards [+lire aussi :
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and An Optical Illusion [+lire aussi :
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– these, among many others, will be on show at the 15th Spanish Screenings - Málaga de Cine, which kicks off, online, on Wednesday 20 October and will continue until the 23rd.

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This is a rendezvous organised by Málaga City Council via Málaga Procultura and MAFIZ, the industry area of the Málaga Film Festival, in conjunction with the ICAA, ICEX and the Andalusian Regional Government, and is intended as an international platform to foster the sales and promotion of Spanish-language cinema. This year, it is celebrating its milestone 15th edition, and comprises films that won awards in the fiction-feature, documentary, short-film and Zonazine official sections of the most recent edition of the Málaga Film Festival, as well as those from Next From Spain and Málaga WIP España at Málaga Work in Progress 2021. The full list of titles taking part in the market can be found here.

After a successful online edition in 2020, which was postponed until November and was held in virtual format owing to the coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions on international travel, this year, Spanish Screenings – Málaga de Cine will take advantage of the online format once again. The event has established itself as an unmissable rendezvous in the annual calendar of international markets. At the last edition, Spanish Screenings – Málaga de Cine saw 200 international distributors take part, in addition to 30 representatives of festivals, hailing from 45 countries. In addition, it welcomed 13 sales agents and 120 producers through its virtual doors, and saw 108 films distributed across the different sections of the gathering. The features that took part were viewed more than 800 times by professionals from countries such as the USA, Greece, Germany, France, Brazil, Italy, Taiwan, China and Japan.

Given that the main objective of Spanish Screenings - Málaga de Cine is to foster the international sales of Spanish-language films, among the activities that will unspool at this edition are: Screenings (online screenings, where buyers and festival programmers will be able to watch recently produced Spanish movies); Neo Screenings (screenings of the most innovative and daring brand of cinema, with new forms of cinematographic expression that are currently emerging in Spain); Next From Spain (trailers of upcoming releases); Málaga WIP España (a space conceived to give a boost to the completion of Spanish films currently in post-production, with the ultimate aim of fostering their circulation and promotion); Regional Film Hub (a new platform for the promotion and circulation of movies produced by the various different Spanish autonomous communities, a space where the film institutes can screen films that they supported at the development and production stages); Industry Club (a virtual space aimed at producers, distributors and general participants); Film Library (an online platform that enables buyers, distributors and international festival programmers to watch Spanish films and TV series); and the Festival de Málaga Awards (screenings of the films that won awards at the 24th edition of the Málaga Film Festival – see the news).

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