The Shortest Day

Saturday the 21st of December, 22:00h. Teatro Salón Cervantes


The excuse being the shortest day of the year, December 21st, which is celebrated all over the world. It is a festival, a vindication and an event that celebrates the uniqueness of a format that evolves, mutates and grows every year. On this occasion, to celebrate a day of special significance for a festival that lives for short film, we have the invaluable cooperation of CIMA, the Association of Women Filmmakers and Audio-visual Media, which is regaling us with its programme CIMA IN SHORT. 

This short film programme and the related CIMA initiative aim to promote the film industry through the screening of films, especially short films, and documentaries made by women.

It began in 2015 and is now maturing into an essential date on the calendar for the promotion of the work of women filmmakers (directors, scriptwriters, producers, editors, directors of photography ...), to bring films made by women to a wider audience and to promote a debate on the audio-visual work from a feminist standpoint. 

As a result, in addition to championing short film, we are also promoting the role of women in film, who after decades of ostracism are beginning come out of the shadows.

Cortometrajes

FILTRAR:
Todos
El diá más corto
El diá más corto
España. 2010. Color. 11 min.
Ficción. 35mm.
  • Film Director: Ainhoa Menéndez Goyoaga.
  • El diá más corto
    España. 2019. Color. 20 min.
    Ficción.
  • Film Director: Patricia de Luna.
  • El diá más corto
    España. 2012. Color. 12 min.
    Ficción. Vídeo.
  • Film Director: Marina Seresesky.
  • El diá más corto
    España. 2017. Color. 6 min.
    Ficción.
  • Film Director: Nata Moreno.
  • El diá más corto
    España. 2017. Color. 17 min.
    Ficción.
  • Film Director: Macarena Astorga.