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“Ashen” (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero contests at the 18è Les Utopiales, Festival International de Science-Fiction de Nantes (Nantes, Pays de la Loire, France)Nantes (Pays de la Loire, France) is about to open a new edition of Les Utopiales. The short fiction Ashen (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero is part of the activities of this event.

Ashen (Cenizo), the short film de Jon Mikel Caballero, has been included in the programme of the 18è Les Utopiales, Festival International de Science-Fiction de Nantes. This film festival will be launched today, Wednesday 1st November, in Nantes (Pays de la Loire, France).

The festival Les Utopiales has arranged one full-length film competition —consisting of nine films— and one short film competition —composed by 28 films, including Ashen by Jon Mikel Caballero.

The Compétition International de Courts-Metrages of the year 2017 is divided into four sessions. Every short will be screened twice. This will happen to Ashen by Jon Mikel Caballero. It is going to be exhibited just today, Wednesday 1st November, at 11:30 hours (UTC+1 CET) for the first time. The second screening of Ashen has been scheduled on Friday 3rd November. This session will commence at 11:30 hours (UTC+1 CET).

The short films which are going to compete in this French film contest are:

“Ashen” (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero contests at the 18è Les Utopiales, Festival International de Science-Fiction de Nantes (Nantes, Pays de la Loire, France)
Ashen by Jon Mikel Caballero
  • 2BR02B: To Be or Naught To Be by Marco Checa García (USA / Canada),
  • Ashen by Jon Mikel Caballero (Spain),
  • Animal by Ramez Silyan (USA),
  • Behind by Ángel Gómez Hernández (Spain),
  • Eye Contact by Stuart Mannion (Australia),
  • Einstein-Rosen by Olga Osorio (Spain),
  • Gerontophobia by Boris Sverlow (Belgium),
  • Green Light by Seongmin Kim (South Korea),
  • Fatcula by Martinus Klement (Estonia),
  • Icarus by Tom Teller (USA),
  • Lacrimosa by Tanja Mairitsch (Austria),
  • Lunatique by Gabriel Kalim Mucci (Brazil),
  • Nicole's Cage by Joseph Brandi (Germany),
  • Black Holes: How Embarrassing To Be Human by David Nicolas & Laurent Nicolas (France),
  • The Last Schnitzel by Ismet Kurtulus (Denmark),
  • Nimmer by Lieven Vanhove (Belgium),
  • Orbital Inn by Pierre Alain M'barga (France),
  • E Is For Evolution by Paul Kusmaul (Germany),
  • The Swelling by Tom Bewilogua (Germany),
  • Metube 2: August Sings Carmina Burana by Daniel Moshel (Austria),
  • Real Artists by Cameo Wood (USA),
  • It's All In Your Head by Greg Jeffs (Canada),
  • Caronte by Luis Tinoco (Spain),
  • The Meltdown by Connor Kerrigan (USA),
  • Hybrids by Florian Brauch, Matthieu Pujol, Kim Talhades, Yohan Thireau & Romain Thirion (France),
  • The Boogeys by Sanjay François Sharma (Canada),
  • Voyagers by Collectif (France), and
  • Last Tree Standing by Agnes Baginska (Australia / USA / Poland).

The screenings of the competing shorts, as all ones during the festival Les Utopiales 2017, will be held at La Cité des Congrès de Nantes.


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