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News about distribution and promotion of short films, documentary films, and independent full-length films at film festivals. Also news about [ The House of Films ] as well as more informations about filming.

Not Only Ashen, Also Don't Leave Me Went To Festival de Cine Pequeño

“Don't Leave Me” (No me quites) by Laura Jou also competed at the Festival de Cine Pequeño of Aspe (Valencia, Spain)

A few weeks ago, we told you that the short Ashen (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero would be competing at the Festival de Cine Pequeño (Aspe, Valencia, Spain). Later we have learnt that Don't Leave Me (No me quites), the short directed by Laura Jou, was participating in this film competition as well.

FECINEU Of Neuquén Likes Rupestre Too

The FECINEU - Festival Internacional de Cine de Neuquén 2016 (Neuquén, Neuquén Province, Argentina) selected the short film “Rupestre” by Enrique Diego

The animation Rupestre by Enrique Diego, produced by Perruncho Studio, was participating at the FECINEU, the Festival Internacional de Cine de Neuquén (Neuquén Province, Argentina).

Animation Rupestre Was Shown In China Too

“Rupestre” by Enrique Diego went to 9th Cyber Sousa Xiamen International Animation Festival (Xiamen / 厦门, Fujian, China)

The Cyber Sousa Xiamen International Animation Festival led the successful animation Rupestre, directed by Enrique Diego and produced by Perruncho Studio, to China.

The CORT...en Of Calahorra Got Ashen Too

“Ashen” (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero has been competing at the Festival ¡¡CORT...en!! 2016 (Calahorra, La Rioja, Spain)

The fiction short film Ashen (Cenizo), directed by Jon Mikel Caballero, was selected and was taking part at the Festival ¡¡CORT...en!! of Calahorra (La Rioja, Spain). The decision of the Jury is still pending and it will be unveiled early September.

Theft By Jerónimo García Castela Wins Award At El Pecado

“Theft” (Hurto) by Jerónimo García Castela wins award at the Certamen El Pecado (Llerena, Extremadura, Spain)

One more year, the Certamen El Pecado (Llerena, Extremadura, Spain) has given an award to a short film promoted at film competitions by [ The House of Films ]. This year, Theft (Hurto), the short film by García Castela, has been awarded.

Six Short Films Have Participated At Minutnik Festival

The Minutnik Festival 2016 (Šentjernej, Slovenia) has selected six short films promoted at film festivals by [ The House of Films ]

The Minutnik Festival (Slovenia) has selected the short films A Childhood Ambition by Juan A. Ruiz & Fernando García, Theft (Hurto) by Jerónimo García Castela, Duty (Deber) by Ángel Manzano, Don't Leave Me (No me quites) by Laura Jou, Bus Story by Jorge Yúdice, and The Cake (La tarta) by Fernando Sánchez. These six shorts went to Šentjernej, the town where this festival took place.

Animation Rupestre Went To Festival KOROCHE

“Rupestre” by Enrique Diego was screened at the KOROCHE festival (Kaliningrad, Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia)

The short film festival KOROCHE (Kaliningrad, Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia) was held a few days ago. The Spanish animation Rupestre, directed by Enrique Diego and produced by Perruncho Studio, was selected and took part at this festival.

Bus Story, Audience Award At Muestra de Cine y Creatividad Centro Botín

“Bus Story” by Jorge Yúdice wins award at the Muestra de Cine y Creatividad Centro Botín (Santander, Cantabria, Spain)

The awards of the second Muestra de Cine y Creatividad Centro Botín (Santander, Cantabria, Spain) have already been unveiled and Bus Story, the short directed by Jorge Yúdice, has been awarded.

Ashen Competed and Won Premio Stefano Contessa

“Ashen” (Cenizo), the short by Jon Mikel Caballero, awarded at the Premio Stefano Contessa 2016 (Manduria, Apulia, Italy)

The Premio Stefano Contessa, an Italian film festival that was held a few days ago, selected the short film Ashen (Cenizo), directed by Jon Mikel Caballero. Eventually, the short has been become the winner of this competition.

Short Films Theft And Ashen Were Seen At Taratsa Festival

The 3rd Taratsa International Film Festival (Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece) has chosen the short films “Theft” (Hurto) by Jerónimo García Castela and “Ashen” (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero

The Taratsa Festival of Greece, which ended yesterday, Sunday 28th August, had counted on the presence of the short films Theft (Hurto) by Jerónimo García Castela and Ashen (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero, both promoted at festivals by [ The House of Films ].