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This year the MórbidoFest, the international fantastic and horror film festival in Puebla (Mexico), included a series of decidedly Sitges brand productions in its lineup and, outstandingly, among the awards that were handed out. The festival was held from 13 to 16 November within a framework...
With the memory of this year´s Festival still fresh in our minds, local movie theaters are already screening a good number of films that were a part of Sitges 2014’s lineup. A fact that shows the interest the Festival’s movie options raise among distribution companies that are...
Two friends and a love of genre cinema. The brilliant director Joe Dante was leading man in charge of closing the Festival’s lineup with the presentation of his latest film, Burying the Ex, while actor Dick Miller received the Time Machine Award for his extensive career. The marathons tonight...
I Origins, by Mike Cahill, picked up the award for best feature length film in the 2014 Sitges Official Fantàstic Category. The jury also gave Special Award to The Babadook, by Jennifer Kant, while Cub, by Jonas Govaerts, won the award for best direction. This year’s awards were very...
Moritz, FabLab and the Sitges - Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantàstic de Catalunya (International Fantasy Film Festival of Catalonia) are engaging in a surprising activity coinciding with the 47th edition of the festival. A mobile FabLab will be installed and will be producing...
David Robert Mitchel’s It Follow; Damián Szifron’s Relatos salvajes; and Cédric Jiménez’s La French were today’s big features at the Festival, still dazzled by the wake left behind by Antonio Banderas. Now it’s Joe Dante and Dick Miller’s...
Dog’s barking deafens Sitges with the presentation of the eagerly awaited 3D experiment by master Jean-Luc Godard: Adieu au langage. It was a day with an unquestionably French (Aux yeux des vivants, by Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo was also screened) and Catalan touch, with the premiere...
The Festival was the setting for the presentation of the Minotauro fantastic literature award, the same day fans were able to see David Cronenberg’s eagerly awaited film, Maps to the Stars, and the British How I live Now, by Kevin McDonald, director of The Last King of Scotland. ...
Jim Mickle returns to Sitges with his eagerly awaited Cold in July, set in 1980’s Texas; Ana Lily Amirpour reinvents the vampire myth with A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, and the famous graphic artist Marjane Satrapi presents her third movie,  The Voices, on a day marked by the...
La distancia is Sergi Caballero’s second film, following his multi award winning Finisterrae, programmed at the Sitges Festival in 2010 and that was presented at over sixty different festivals worldwide. With La distancia, he’s now created a fascinating film blending suspense and sci-fi....
Good looking zombies, ugly zombies, friendly zombies, aggressive zombies… the zombie race arrived in Sitges today and turned the town’s placid but intense life into an invasion of the non-living. The Sitges Zombie Walk and the screening of other zombie movies shared the spotlight at the...
The SGAE Foundation and the 2014 Sitges International Film Festival of Catalonia have come together, for the fourteenth year running, to celebrate the SGAE Nova Autoria Awards to discover, promote and help disseminate audiovisual productions made by Catalan film school students.  These...
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