The short film Z Fest, directed by David Cordero, is about to begin its participation in the fifth edition of the Horrorant Film Festival. This film festival is going to be opened just today, Thursday 3rd May, in Athens, capital of Greece. Later on, the festival will continue in Thessaloniki (Central Macedonia, Greece).
Athens, capital of Greece, is the seat where the 5th What's Up Horrorant Film Festival / 'Νύχτες Τρόμου' στην Αθήνα is about to begin. It is also the city where Z Fest, el short film de David Cordero, is going to be screened shortly. Later on, this festival will move to Central Macedonia and will continue its screenings in Thessaloniki.
Z Fest by David Cordero is one of the 68 films, both Greek and international films, have been selected for taking part in the fifth edition of this film event. This selection includes 38 short films nominated from the 500 submitted to the call for films of the year 2018.
These shorts, also Z Fest by David Cordero, will compete for the awards of the short film contest. The Jury of this competition will give two awards. The 30 international short films, including Z Fest, will contend for one of these two awards. The winner will receive the Βραβείο Horrorant Καλύτερης Ξένης Ταινίας Μικρού Μήκους (Horrorant Best Short Film Award). Also an award will be given to one of the 8 competing Greek shorts: the Βραβείο Horrorant Καλύτερης Ελληνικής Ταινίας Μικρού Μήκους (Horrarant Best Greek Short Film).
The fifth edition of the Horrorant Festival of Athens is going to be opened today, Thursday 3rd May, and will end coming Wednesday 9th, completing a film week in the capital of Greece. All screenings will take place at the Cine Ideal and at the Cine Ααβόρα, both in Athens. The second part of the festival will be held from 10th to 16th May in Thessaloniki (Central Macedonia, Greece), where the Cine Βακούρα will be the screenings venue.
Z Fest by David Cordero is going to be exhibited both at the Cine Ααβόρα of Athens and at the Cine Βακούρα of Thessaloniki.