The short film directed by Nayra Sanz Fuentes and produced by Rinoceronte Films, Sub Terrae, has been selected to participate in the section Ecoislas of FICMEC, the International Festival of Environmental Film of the Canary Islands, which takes place in Tenerife from May 25 to June 3.
We have just met a new selection for Sub Terrae, at the 20th Ciudad Real Short Film Festival, which will be held from June 18 to 23.
The short film directed by Nayra Sanz Fuentes will be screened in the unofficial section next June 19, at Parque de Gasset in Ciudad Real. It will begin at 9:30 p.m.
Before the weekend starts, we would like to share the “Canarian May” of Asociación de cine Vértigo, which starts next Monday with the cycle The best Canarian cinema of 2017 according to Alisios magazine.
Within the frame of that cycle -which will be screened at the CICCA of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria-, on Monday the 14th there will be Sub Terrae, a short film produced by Rinoceronte Films, together with the works of Xurxo Chirro, Cándido Pérez de Armas, Dani Millán, David Pantaleón and Lamberto Guerra.
But the following two Mondays there will be more projections and activities that you can see in the triptych that accompanies this publication…
Brazil, there we go! The International Festival of Cinema and Environmental Video, which celebrates its twentieth edition this year, has selected Sub Terrae. The event will take place from June 5th to 10th, and the short film by Nayra Sanz Fuentes will participate among the 14 works selected in its category.
They tell it, in Portuguese, in this article.
May begins with a new selection for Sub Terrae: Ecozine Film Festival, whose eleventh edition will begin on the 8th in Zaragoza.
Since 2008, Ecozine aims to accommodate “all those voices and looks which talk about our planet, our present and our future”.
We started the month of May with great news: Sub Terrae has received the Best Documentary Film Award at The Globe International Silent Film Festival!
This independent festival, which closed its third edition last night in Wisconsin, focuses on films made without dialogues or locutions. Its organizers intend to achieve “a greater understanding and recognition of the cinematographic language, of the image”.
“To the tactics of speed, of noise, to oppose tactics of slowness, of silence”. Robert Bresson.
The Rendibú Arts Festival has announced its finalist short films, and among them is the one directed by Nayra Sanz Fuentes, Sub Terrae. Next May 18th we will know if it is awarded in the ceremony that will take place at Víctor Villegas Auditorium in Murcia.
The 7th Cinema Perpetuum Mobile International Short Film Festival begins today in Minsk. Sub Terrae has been selected to participate in its section called suRRveillance, so the short film by Nayra Sanz will also be screened in Belarus!
«Sub Terrae» continues traveling through international festivals. Now it will be screened twice in The Globe International Silent Film Festival, a film festival of silent movies or, more specifically, made movies made without dialogues or voice narrations.
This year, the festival is organized for the third time at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with the purpose of focusing “on the picture as the basic structure of cinema as an art”. They point out that “although with the introduction of sound in cinema we have passed that era long ago, silent cinema is still carrying a large portion of avant-garde and artistic films”.
We love to announce that the short film Sub Terrae, produced by Rinoceronte Films and directed by Nayra Sanz Fuentes, has received two awards in recent days: the award for “Best Film” at the Iraq Festival Al-Nahj International Film Festival and the “Special Jury Mention” in Egypt, at the Ismailia International Film Festival.