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The audience at Seminci applauded the films selected for Castilla y León en Corto

This Sunday, 23 October, the Valladolid International Film Week programmed the Castilla y León en Corto section, in a session held in a packed Sala Fundos, which enjoyed the wide range of themes of the nine short films selected – two of them out of competition – and received each of them with applause.

The event was attended by the directors and actors who took part in the projects. There were seven films, plus two out-of-competition works, and they were screened as follows: Au Pair, by David Pérez Sañudo; Magia Negra, by Almudena Vásquez; Plein Air, by Raúl Herrera; Quizás mañana, by Lucía Lobato; Ramiro, pastor de por vida, by Eduardo Margareto; Tierra, by Jennifer de la Rosa; Zombie Meteor, an animated short film by Alfonso Fulgencio and José Luis Farias; La lavandería, a project of the Master in Film at the University of Valladolid, and A pelo, by Laura González, Miguel Melero and Alejandro Palomero, young residents of the city’s Pajarillos neighbourhood.

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