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“Ashen” (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero and “Rupestre” by Enrique Diego go to the 3rd Mi Primer Festival para Niños del Perú (Lima, Peru)Lima, the capital of Peru, and other cities of the country are about to host the Mi Primer Festival, a film competition intended mainly for children. The short films Ashen (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero and Rupestre by Enrique Diego have been selected for taking part in the current third edition.

The Mi Primer Festival - 3rd Primer Festival para Niños del Perú (literally, My First Festival - 3rd First Festival For Children of Peru) is opening today, Tuesday 24th January, in Lima, capital of this Andean country. Two of the shorts that have been nominated for competing during the third edition are the Spanish fictions Ashen (Cenizo), directed by Jon Mikel Caballero, and Rupestre, directed by Enrique Diego and produced by Perruncho Studio.

Both Ashen by Jon Mikel Caballero and Rupestre by Enrique Diego have been included in the Competencia Internacional (International Competition) of this film contest. Ashen by Jon Mikel Caballero is going to compete in the fiction short film category from 3 to 6 years-old while Rupestre by Enrique Diego is going to fight in the animation category from 7 to 11 years-old.

The screening of Ashen, the fiction short directed by Jon Mikel Caballero, has been scheduled on Thursday 26th January at 17:00 hours. The exhibition venue will be the Museo Callao Monumental in the city of Callao (Province of Callao, Peru). Four fiction shorts films and 5 TV series in the category "Ficción de 3 a 6 años" (3 To 6 Years-Old Fiction) will be shown during this session.

“Ashen” (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero goes to the 3rd Mi Primer Festival para Niños del Perú (Lima, Peru)
Ashen by Jon Mikel Caballero
“Rupestre” by Enrique Diego goes to the 3rd Mi Primer Festival para Niños del Perú (Lima, Peru)
Rupestre by Enrique Diego

The fiction shorts for 3 to 6 years-old children category is composed by the titles Ashen by Jon Mikel Caballero (Spain), Fichintun by Patricio Veloso (Chile), Meu tio by Vanusa Ferlin (Brazil), and Georgia y la máquina del tiempo by Daniel Utrilla (Spain).

The finalists of the category "Animación de 7 a 11 años" (Animation For 7 To 11 Years-Old Children), including Rupestre by Enrique Diego, are also going to be screened on Thursday 26th January. This show will start at 12:00 hours and will take place at the CCPUCP (Centro Cultural Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú), located in Lima.

The fifteen animations for children from 7 to 11 years-old selected at the 3rd Primer Festival del Perú have been El maquinador by Pablo Latorre (Spain), Lami, el origen del mundo by Thiago Macedo (Brazil), Una aventura de miedo by Cristina Vilches Estella (Spain), Tan Diferentes by Hristina Belousova & Dante Rustav (Russia), The Right Way by Emilio Yebra (Spain), Zaman Zaman Icinde by Ezgi Karaata (Turkey), Last Station by Miguel Ruiz (Spain), Uncarpeted by Schlösser Sathya (Germany), Killer Reciped by Chadwick Whitehead (USA), Rupestre by Enrique Diego (Spain), Be the Snow by Amir Honarmand (Canada), Lila by Carlos Lascano (Argentina), Full Feather Jacket by Liz El Saadany (Netherlands), The Idea Thief by Dani Álava (Spain), and The Cat and its Artist by Maike Koller (Germany).

The Competencia Internacional of the 3rd Mi Primer Festival is presenting the following categories: "Pequeños Realizadores" (Little Filmmakers) —16 films—, "Animación (3-6 años)" (Animation 3-6 Years-Old) —13 animation shorts—, "Animación (7-11 años)" (Animation 7-11 Years-Old) —15 finalists, including Rupestre by Enrique Diego), "Ficción (3-6 años)" (Fiction 3-6 Years-Old) —4 fiction shorts, including Ashen by Jon Mikel Caballero, and 5 TV series—, "Ficción (7-11 años)" (Fiction 7-11 Years-Old) —7 films—, "Documental" —4 documentary shorts—, and "Adolescentes" (9 films intended for teenagers). In total, 73 short films of several kinds.

Apart from the short films, the Mi Primer Festival 2017 has a Official Competition (the Sección Oficial) consisted of 8 Latin American full-length films.

The Centro Cultural Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (CCPUCP) of Lima is the main venue of this film contest. The festival also has activities and screenings in the cities of Barranco and Callao, besides of several districts of Lima such as Miraflores or Comas.

The festival is finishing on Sunday 29th January.


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