Index of pages in:

The Festival

Catalogue, Daily Magazines, Award Results, Monoliths around the city, Magazine 1, Daily Schedule, Complete Programme, Prisma placed around the city.
Official Section: Golden Spike Feature-length, Silver Spike Feature-length, ‘Pilar Miró’ prize to the Best New Director, ‘Ribera de Duero’ Best Director Award, Best Actor Award, Best Actress Award, ‘Miguel Delibes’ Award to the Best Script, Best Director of Photography Award, ‘José Salcedo’ Award for Best Editing, Golden Spike Short, Silver Spike Short, Best European Short Film. Meeting Point: Meeting Point Best Feature, Meeting Point Best Foreign Short, ‘A Night of Spanish Shorts’ Prize. Time of History: Time of History First Prize, Time of History Second Prize, Best Documentary Short Film. Other Awards: Award to a Short Film from Castile and Leon, Premio Doc. Spain, Rainbow Award, Green Award, FIPRESCI Award, ‘Seminci Joven’ Award, Audience Awards Official Section, «Meeting Point» Section and «Time of History» section, FUNDOS Award.
Official Section, Meeting Point, Time Of History, DOC. Spain, Features from Castilla y León, Shorts from Castilla y León, Seminci Joven, Miniminci, Sidebars, Spanish Cinema, Cinema Wine & Gastronomy, Climate Change
Auditorio Miguel Delibes, Cines Broadway, Laboratorio de las Artes de Valladolid (LAVA), Museo de la Ciencia, Sala Fundos, Teatro Calderón, Teatro Carrión, Teatro Cervantes, Teatro Zorrilla.
Institutional Sponsors, Gold Sponsors, Silver Sponsors, Bronze Sponsors and Collaborators.
SEMINCI director. Born in Bilbao, Javier Angulo studied Journalism and founded, in 1995, the magazine ‘Cinemanía’, which he directed until 2006. He has been a regular contributor with Cadena Ser and he has colaborated with the Málaga Film Festival during ten years. In 2007 he created Tele- Málaga, the first cinema and fiction spanish festival for television. As a writer, he is the author of ‘Ibarrola, un pintor maldito?’ and ‘El poderoso influjo de Jamón, jamón’, amongst others. With the film ‘La Pérdida’, documentary full-length film about the brain drain of Argentina, Javier Angulo makes début as a scriptwriter and cinema director.
The Valladolid International Film Festival is one of the oldest and most consolidated in the whole of Europe. It was born on 20 March 1956 as an additional feature of the Easter celebrations named the “Religious Film Week”.