The actress Emma Suárez will be one of the artists that will award this year the Melilla Film Festival that will be held, finally, in the week of September 7 to 13, after postponing it for COVID-19, a festival that this year bets on the melillanses authors.
At a press conference, the Minister of Culture of Melilla, Elena Fernández Treviño, said that due to the pandemic, Film Week, with a budget of 120,000 euros, has gone from May to the week of September 7 to 13 in the that all the hygienic-sanitary measures established by the current situation will also be complied with.
He has assured that this time he will bet on local creators, both in a round table with the participation of Melillanse authors of short films, and with the presentation of two films directed by Melillenses and inspired by the city that are sponsored by Culture.
Specifically, Ceres Machado presents “A history of the street” that is “a kind and constructive account of the city” and Violeta Salama with “Alegría”, a “wonderful project of three women from three different religions that offers us a very of the city and how multiculturalism becomes interculturality “.
He has also announced that the Book of Film Stories will revolve this year around films by director Isabel Coixet, which will be titled “Things I Now Tell You” in homage to the film “Things I Never Told You”. Among others, authors such as Ángel Castro, Nuria Barrios, Carlos Pardo, and Luis Manuel Ruiz participate.
For his part, Moisés Salama, director of Film Week, has said that this delay has caused changes in the scheduled programming, with the entry of new titles and the departure of others.
He has announced that the presence of director David Trueba, who will present the film shot in Melilla ‘A este lado del mundo’, accompanied by the two main actors of the film (Vito Sanz and Anna Alarcón), is expected for the opening of the exhibition.
The screening of the film “Invisibles” has been scheduled for the closing, in which the actress Emma Suárez participates, who will be one of the honorees at the Melilla film festival this year.
Also included in the sample are other Spanish titles such as “La boda de Rosa” by Icíar Bollaín, “Until the wedding separates us” by Dani de la Orden, and the films “Uno para todos” by David Ilundain and “La lista of the wishes “of Álvaro Díaz that are released this summer.
In the international section are the latest from Clint Eastwood, ‘Les Miserables’, 1917, ‘Dark Waters’, ‘The Scandal’, ‘We only have to dance’ are recovered and five new recently released titles are included, including ‘Personal Assistant’, ‘Everything happens in Tel Aviv’, ‘Under the skin’, and “Emma”, among others.