68th edition. October 21-28, 2023

Ticket sales for the 66th edition of Seminci will begin on October 18

The Valladolid International Film Festival  will start its 2021 edition on October 23. Spanning eight days, the 66th SEMINCI  will offer the best premiere  films while maintaining all required protective measures  so that audiences and  attendees can safely enjoy the event, which continues to be face-to-face in all programme sections: Official, Meeting Point, Time of History, DOC. España, Spanish Cinema, Film and Climate Change,  Film & Wine + Gastronomy, Castilla y León en Largo, Castilla y León en Corto, and the retrospectives  ‘Dissidences: New Filmmakers, New Gazes’ and ‘Wild Stories, Extraordinary Stories: Two Decades of Argentinian Cinema’.

In addition, online content will be available through the FILMIN platform, including  titles from the several sections, and the entire retrospective dedicated to Argentina, the guest country at the 66th edition of Seminci.

Ticket sales will begin on Monday, October 18 and will be entirely online. Just as in last year’s edition, no season tickets will be offered for sale.

The Festival will soon provide additional details concerning the sale of tickets: purchasing platform, maximum number of tickets per purchase, prices and access to the opening and closing galas, among others.

The 66th edition’s screenings programme will be available on the festival’s website (www.seminci.es) from 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 9.

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