By Euro Weekly News Media • 06 November 2012 • 10:30
THE Seville Film Festival is well underway and continues until this Saturday.
Now in its ninth year it has a new section of innovative contemporary European cinema, as well as documentaries and children’s film in addition to the official selection which competes for the Giraldillo de Oro prizes.
The European Focus country this year is Greece. There is also a section on Andalucian films – including features, shorts, animation and documentaries – called Panorama Andaluz.
The screening of the films take place each day with parties and concerts with guest DJ’s put on for attendees in the evenings. It is a full week of rock, electronic, indie, techno-cabaret fusing cinema and music.
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