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C-FEM Selects Short Film Z Fest By David Cordero

“Z Fest” by David Cordero in the 7th Festival de Cine Fantástico Europeo de Murcia (Murcia, Region of Murcia, Spain)

The short film Z Fest, which has been directed by filmmaker David Cordero, is taking part in the Festival de Cine Fantástico Europeo de Murcia C-FEM. This film competition began last Friday 16th March and it is taking place in Murcia (Spain).

The C-FEM Of Murcia Shows Ashen Today In Official Competition

“Ashen” (Cenizo) by Jon Mikel Caballero is contesting in the Spanish Short Film Competition of the Festival de Cine Fantástico Europeo de Murcia (Murcia, Region of Murcia, Spain)

The Spanish Short Film Competition of the Official Competition of the Festival de Cine Fantástico Europeo de Murcia (Murcia, Spain), also known as C-FEM, is going to screen the competing short film Ashen (Cenizo), directed by Jon Mikel Caballero, just today, Monday 16th May.

Mienin Starts To Compete At C-FEM

“Mienin” by David Cordero García, selected at the Festival de Cine Fantástico Europeo de Murcia (Spain)

The Festival de Cine Fantástico Europeo de Murcia (Spain) is opening today and it has selected the short film Mienin, directed by David Cordero García, for competing in its Official Competition.

F-Cem Selects Shorts Alba, Inquietante, And Till Death Do Us Part

“Alba” by Alicia Albares, “Inquietante” by David Fernández & Santi Suárez, and “Till Death Do Us Part” by Julián Lara at the Festival de Cine Fantástico Europeo de Murcia (Spain)

The European Fantastic Film Festival of Murcia (Spain), also called C-Fem, has selected the short films Alba by Isak Ferriz, Inquietante by David Fernández & Santi Suárez, and Till Death Do Us Part by Julián Lara.

Several Shorts At The European Fantastic Film Festival Of Murcia

“8” by Raúl Cerezo, “The Present” (El regalo) by Irlanda Tambascio, “The Father” (El padre) by Patricia Venti, and “Bonsai” by Óscar Martín are competing at the 1st European Fantastic Film Festival of Murcia (Spain)

8 by Raúl Cerezo, The Present (El regalo) by Irlanda Tambascio, The Father (El padre) by Patricia Venti, and Bonsai by Óscar Martín begin its participation at the 1st European Fantastic Film Festival of Murcia (Spain) today, December 27th.


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