69th edition. October 18-26, 2024

Seminci and Fundación Triángulo will award the fourth Rainbow Spike

Hombres de piel dura, by José Celestino Campusano.

11/10/2019.- Valladolid’s 64th International Film Festival, in collaboration with the non-governmental development organisation Fundación Triángulo, will be awarding for the fourth year running the Festival’s Rainbow Spike, which rewards a film from any of its sections that particularly contributes to giving visibility to sexual diversity and gender identity. The following titles have been shortlisted for this award: Levan Akin’s And Then We Danced and José Celestino Campusano’s Men of Hard Skin (Official Section); Lucio Castro’s End of the Century and Marko Škop’s Let There Be Light (Meeting Point); and Hella Joof’s Happy Ending (Film&Wine).

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