The Festival de Cortos de Cervera de Pisuerga (Castile and León, Spain) is back again and the short film The Beetle At The End Of The Street (El escarabajo al final de la calle), directed by Joan Vives Lozano and produced by ESCAC Films, is one of the finalists of the current edition.
The short The Beetle At The End Of The Street (El escarabajo al final de la calle), directed by Joan Vives Lozano and produced by ESCAC Films, has been selected for taking part in the II Festival de Cortos de Cervera de Pisuerga 2018, supported by the festival circuit CortoEspaña and held annually in Cervera de Pisuerga, in the province of Palencia (Castile and León, Spain).
The current edition is beginning just today, Wednesday 13th June. However, The Beetle At The End Of The Street by Joan Vives Lozano will not be shown until coming 21st June, last screenings day of the Official Competition. The screening on 21th June has been scheduled at 21:00 hours (UTC+2 CEST).
This year's Festival de Cortos de Cervera de Pisuerga has nominated 28 finalists. Obviously, one of them is The Beetle At The End Of The Street by Joan Vives Lozano.
The finalists are:
- 5105 Historia de una fuga de Mauthausen by Diego González,
- Adivina by Gonzaga Manso,
- Alleycats by Alejandro Jiménez & Bernardo González,
- Ato San Nen by Pedro Collantes,
- Caronte by Luis Tinoco Pineda,
- Centrifugado by Mireia Noguera,
- Compatible by Pau Bacardit,
- The Beetle At The End Of The Street by Joan Vives Lozano,
- El tesoro by Nestor del Castillo & Marisa Lafuente Esteso,
- Enemigos by David Muñoz Pantiga,
- Exhalación by Alberto Díaz López,
- La dama de sal by Mario Venegas,
- La madrina by Pedro Sancho,
- La pureza by Pedro Vikingo,
- Le vivre ensemble by José Luís Santos,
- Madre by Rodrigo Sorogoyen,
- Madres de luna by Alicia Albares,
- Mai by Marta González,
- Mars Love by Mario Serrano,
- Marta by Lucía Forner,
- Miss Wamba by Estefanía Cortés,
- Ni una sola línea by Víctor E. D. Somoza,
- Nuestro viejo (y el mar) by Lander Camarero,
- RIP by Albert Pintó y Caye Casas,
- The Mauritania Railway by MacGregor,
- Tomasito by Ignacio F. Rodó & Sergio Arróspide,
- Un día en el parque by Diego Porral, and
- Woody & Woody by Jaume Carrió.