The animation Rupestre by Enrique Diego goes to one another film festival. It is going to take part at the Sestriere Film Festival, a festival focused on mountain films which is held in Italy, in the next days.
The Festival Internacional de Cinema Independent i Curtmetratges de Cerdanya (Catalonia, Spain) has included five short films promoted at festivals by [ The House of Films ] in its Official Competition. They are Don't Leave Me (No me quites) by Laura Jou, A Childhood Ambition by Juan A. Ruiz & Fernando García, Duty (Deber) by Ángel Manzano, Ashen (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero, and Namesakes Anonymous (Homónimos Anónimos) by José Luis Santos.
The short film Theft (Hurto) by Jerónimo García Castela has joined one more international film and it is going to contend at the One Country One Film (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France).
The Festival de Cine de L'Alfàs del Pi (Valencia, Spain) has closed this year's edition and the short film Don't Leave Me (No me quites), directed by Laura Jou, has won two awards: Laia Costa and Hammudi Al-Rahmoun Font have been the winners.
The short film directed by Jerónimo García Castela and titled Theft (Hurto) has been selected for competing at the Festival Ibérico de Cinema de Badajoz (Extremadura, Spain), which is going to be opened its twenty-second edition tomorrow.