• The Short Films Screening 2 will be on Sunday, April 2, at 5 p.m., at the Monopol

The Canarias Cinema section presents on Sunday morning, too, at noon, its last competing feature film, Julie (Alba González de Molina, Spain, 2016, 105 min.), Best Debut Film at the Malaga Festival. The film, starred by Marine Discazeaux, Silvia Maya, Rikar Gil, Daniel Martín and Emilio Linder, among others, approaches the life of its protagonist, Julie, who runs away to a remote village, where she thinks she can hide from herself. Apart from the Malaga competition, Alba González de Molina’s film, distributed by the Canarian Digital 104 Film Distribution, was also selected at the Warsaw, Calcutta, Andalesgai, Seville and Montpelier festivals.

In the afternoon, the Short Films Screening 2, in which each director will introduce their work, will begin at 5 p.m.: Osito (Coré Ruiz, Spain, 2017, 18 min.), Paraíso por descubrir (Amaury Santana, Spain, 2016, 1.30’), Popoff (Domingo de Luis, Spain, 2017, 20 min.), Black Well (Miguel G. Morales, Spain, 2017, 5 min.), Sub Terrae (Nayra Sanz, Spain, 2017, 7 min.) and Toreros (Nacho Bello, Spain, 2016, 12 min.). On Monday 3, at 6 p.m., there will be a special and last screening presenting all fourteen competing short films at once.

The Canarias Cinema section’s winner decision, sponsored by 928 Ron, will be made public at a press conference on Monday, April 4.

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