L de Libertad, the short film directed by Javier Hernández & Marc Guanyabens, goes to the town of Calanda (Aragón, Spain), birthplace of filmmaker Luis Buñuel. The short has been nominated for competing at the Festival Internacional Buñuel-Calanda.
Filmmakers Javier Hernández and Marc Guanyabens and their short film L de Libertad will continue its film festival running at the XII Festival Internacional Buñuel-Calanda. This festival is opening tomorrow, Saturday 27th August, in Calanda (Aragón, Spain). Indeed, L de Libertad by Javier Hernández & Marc Guanyabens has been nominated for contesting in the I Certamen de Cortometrajes Ópera Prima (First Short Film Competition) of the XII Festival Internacional Buñuel-Calanda.
Because of this nomination, the short film L de Libertad, co-directed by Javier Hernández & Marc Guanyabens, is going to be shown in Calanda just tomorrow, Saturday 27th. The screening has been scheduled at 18:00 hours and it will take place at the Casa de la Cultura of Calanda, one of the venues of the current twelfth edition of the Festival Internacional Buñuel-Calanda.
All shorts competing in the 1st Certamen de Cortometrajes Ópera Prima, including L de Libertad by Javier Hernández & Marc Guanyabens, are going to be shown during this session. The selection of this contest is composed by 18 short films: Aupa, Delibes by Daniel Rivas Pacheco, Vivir la democracia, más allá de Mujica by Arpad Pou & Clara Romaguera, L de Libertad by Javier Hernández & Marc Guanyabens, Garbanzos con azúcar by Antonio Aguilar, Dreamcaught by Natasza Cetner, Heart For A Tin Man by Aleksandr Dolgij, Una aventura de miedo by Cristina Vilches, Burned by Jaime Valdueza, Dominó by Emilio León, En el banco by Íñigo Franco, Viejo by Christian Lage, Parque by Mateo Garlo, Abuela by Aimé Tolrá, Tres moscas a medida by María Álvarez & Elisa Morais, Va banque by Tefan Plepp & Christine Kanisch, Cariño, me he follado a Bunbury by Teresa Bellón & César Fernández Calvillo., Mu arae c by Jorju Latorre, and Dada by Maria Luna.
The Jury of the I Certamen de Cortometrajes Ópera Prima of the XII Festival Internacional Buñuel-Calanda will announced their decision in the last day of the festival, on Saturday 3rd September. The winning short film will be screened again that day during the closing gala.
The Festival Buñuel-Calanda 2016 has an Official Short Film Competition and an Official Full-Length Film Competition. The festival is held by the Centro Buñuel Calanda.