One more city, one more capital in which people may view the short film The Beetle At The End Of Street (El escarabajo al final de la calle). The film directed by Joan Vives Lozano is about to begin its participation in the DaKINO International Film Festival which is annually held in Bucharest, capital of Romania.
The Beetle At The End Of Street (El escarabajo al final de la calle), the short film directed by Joan Vives Lozano and produced by ESCAC Films, has earned a place in the screenings calendar of the 27th DaKINO Bucharest International Film Festival / Festivalului Internațional de Film DaKINO (Bucharest, Romania). Specifically, The Beetle At The End Of Street is one of the candidates of the "Competiția de Scurtmetraj" (Short Film Competition) of the current 2018 edition.
This Romanian festival, which takes place in the capital of this country, Bucharest, is about to be opened today, Wednesday 18th April, and it will continue its activities and screenings until coming Sunday 22nd.
The short The Beetle At The End Of Street by Joan Vives Lozano is going to be shown twice during the festival DaKINO. The first one of these two screenings has been scheduled on Saturday 21st April at 18:00 hours (UTC+3 EEST) and will take place in the seat of the ArCuB, the Centrul de Proiecte Culturale al Primăriei Municipiului București (roughly, Centre for Cultural Projects of the Bucharest City Council).
Regarding the second screening, The Beetle At The End Of Street by Joan Vives Lozano will one of the films responsible for closing the 2018 edition of the festival DaKINO. It is going to be exhibited on Sunday 22nd April, last day of DaKINO, at 17:30 hours (UTC+3 EEST). It will be one of the shorts to be shown during the last session of the "Competiția de Scurtmetraj". The place where this screening will take place is the other main venue of the festival, the Cinema Muzeul Țăranului of Bucharest.
The short film competition of the DaKINO 2018 has gathered a selection of 27 international films. The titles in this competition are:
- Across My Land by Fiona Godivier (USA / France),
- Bendito Machine Vi – Carry On by Jossie Malis (Spain / France),
- Blood Is Spirit by Rupert Gruber (Germany),
- Chers Amis by Valeriu Andriuță (Romania / Moldova),
- Cubeman by Linda Dombrovszky (Hungary),
- Date Night by Stela Pelin (Romania),
- Dodger by Henry Kaplan (USA),
- După 9 sau 10 ore by Răzvan Dutchevici (Romania),
- Vera by Tatiana Fedorovskaya (Russia),
- Framed by Marco Jemolo (Italy),
- I.O.C. by Gerardo Soto (USA),
- Iron Hands by Johnson Cheng (USA / China),
- Jodilerks de la Cruz, Employee Of The Month by Carlo Francisco Manatad (Philippines / Singapore),
- Joy by Abini Gold (Germany),
- Kapitalistis by Pablo Munoz Gomez (France / Belgium),
- Maneki Neko by Manolis Mavris (Greece),
- Marlon by Jessica Palud (France / Belgium),
- Lalay-Balalay by Russian Bratov (Russia),
- Midnight Confession by Maxwell McCabe-Lokos (Canada / USA),
- Scratch by David Valero (Spain),
- State Of Emergency Motherfucker by Sébastien Petretti (Belgium),
- The Beetle At The End Of Street by Joan Vives Lozano (Spain),
- The Chapter Of Ionela by Christoph Lacmanski (Germany),
- The Knife Salesman by Jamie Helmer & Michael Leonard (Australia),
- Der letzte tropfen by Sascha Zimmermann (Germany),
- Twin Islands by Manon Sailly, Charlotte Sarfati, Christine Jaudoin, Lara Cochetel, Raphaël Huot & Fanny Teisson (France), and
- Was von draussen kommt by Kai Gero Lenke (Germany).