Seminci maintains its commitment to Filmin, which incorporates more than 60 titles from the 67th edition into its catalog

Seminci maintains its commitment to Filmin, which incorporates more than 60 titles from the 67th edition into its catalog

Seminci maintains its commitment to Filmin, which incorporates more than 60 titles from the 67th edition into its catalog

Among the works available on the online film platform are feature films and shorts from the Official Selection, Punto de Encuentro, Tiempo de Historia and DOC.España

The Valladolid International Film Week (Seminci), to be held from October 22 to 29, renews its alliance with Filmin for yet another year. Thus, 67 titles programmed in the different sections and cycles of this year’s edition will be available in the film platform’s catalog.

In the Official Selection, seven short films can be enjoyed on Filmin: By Flávio, by Pedro Cabeleira; Cherries by Vytautas Katkus; Hardly Working, by Total Refusal; One Way¸ by Ignacio Ragone; Lake of Fire, by Neozoon; Warsha, by Dania Bdeir, and On the Empty Dance Floor, by Pablo García Canga.

Filmin will offer from the Punto de Encuentro section the feature films Astrakan, by David Depesseville; Carrero, by Fiona Lena Brown and Germán Basso, and Cuando la miro, by Julio Chávez and Mariano Biasin, and the short films Christopher at Sea, by Tom CJ Brown; Datsun, by Mark Albiston; Happy New Year, Jim, by Andrea Gatopoulos; Same Old, by Lloyd Lee Choi, and Slow Light, by Katarzyna Kijek and Przemysław Adamski. Also included are four other shorts to be screened at ‘La Noche del Corto Español’: Cosas de niños, by Bernabé Rico; Princesa, by Cecilia Gessa; Semillas, by Toni Bestard, and Solo un ensayo, by Hugo Sanz Rodero.

Osho, the Movie.

Another four feature films and four shorts from the 26 titles selected for the Tiempo de Historia section will be in the catalog: Osho, the Movie, by Lakshen Sucameli; Rojek, by Zaynê Akyol; Sin libertad. 20 years later, by Iñaki Arteta; Haulout, by Evgenia Arbugaeva and Maxim Arbugaev; Jaime, by Francisco Javier Rodríguez; Party Poster, by Rishi Chandna; Will You Look at Me, by Dang wo Wang xiang ni de shi hou, and Vidres de colors, by Esteve Riambau.

Viewers will also be able to watch nine DOC.España feature films, including El joven Berlanga, by Chechu García-Berlanga; Florián Rey. De luz y de sombra, by Vicky Calavia; Kautela, el fotógrafo, by Patricia Roda; La red Ponzán, by Ismael Gutiérrez; Los Xey, una historia de película, by Eneko Olasagasti and David Berraondo; Velázquez, el poder y el arte, by José Manuel Gómez Vidal; El maestrazgo filmado, by Fermín Sales; The White Potty, by Adán Aliaga and Beatriz Freire, and Réquiem Georg, by Raúl Riebenbauer.

The 67th Seminci’s catalog will also include seven of the works that make up this edition’s cycles. It will be possible to see Sea Fever (Contagion on the high seas), from the cycle dedicated to Ireland (guest country); The Canterbury Tales and Saló, or 120 Days of Sodom, belonging to the cycle Pasolini/Bardem: 100 years. Two beacons of European cinema; and 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days, Beyond the Hills, Stories of the Golden Age and The Life of Jesus, titles of the cycle ‘Mungiu by Mungiu’.

Other titles in the Filmin lineup include Castilla y León en Largo y en Corto, Por amor al cine, Spanish Cinema, Seminci Joven and Miniminci, as well as three of the special screenings hosted by the festival in this edition.

Collaboration since 2020 This collaboration began in 2020 with the aim of making it easier for the public to watch programmed films, given the capacity limitations arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, and is renewed for yet another edition to bring the festival’s programming closer to all viewers. The titles will be available for non-subscribers of Filmin, the price of feature films will be 3.95 euros and short films, 0.95 euros.