The Malaga Film Festival is taking five Andalusian film projects to the Marché du Film in Cannes

The event ‘Malaga Goes to Cannes’, geared at boosting the financing and international distribution of audiovisual initiatives, will contribute to the development of the industry in Andalusia

For a second year in a row, the Malaga Film Festival is organising, through its industry area MAFIZ (Malaga Festival Industry Zone) and with the support of the Andalusian Regional Government, ‘Malaga Goes to Cannes’ as part of its strategy to promote the development of audiovisual content in Andalusia and boost its financing and international distribution. The event will take five films as work in progress to Cannes for presentation to the industry’s main professionals, in collaboration with the Marché du Film.

Once again Malaga is participating in ‘Goes to Cannes’, a platform of strategic alliances in the Marché du Film that brings together international festivals that sponsor the presentation of different projects. This year, in which Spain is the country of honour at Cannes, the selected events are the Malaga Film Festival and Spanish Screenings (Spain), the international market for the sale of Spanish films, Asia Film Financing Forum (Hong Kong), Queer Screen - Mardi Gras Film Festival (Australia) and Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (Estonia).

The objectives of ‘Málaga Goes to Cannes’ are to boost the financing of the films by presenting them to prominent professionals of the industry; to encourage their dissemination and promotions; to support the finalisation of films in the post production phase and to facilitate their international distribution.

The five projects that the Malaga Film Festival will present to the industry in Cannes, which were selected by means of a call for applications open to Andalusian production companies, are the following:

On the go, directed by María Gisèle Royo and Julia de Castro and produced by Jur Productions, S.L.
Solos en la noche, directed by Guillermo Rojas and produced by Summer Films
Caleta Palace, directed by José Antonio Hergueta of MLK Producciones
Animal / Humano, directed by Alessandro Pugno and produced by Pecado Films
Fueron los días, directed by Bernabé Bulnes and produced by Rakia Films

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