The ‘in Fabric’ and ‘Inuyashiki’ passes close the contest projections
This Monday the assembly hall of the Rectory of the University of Malaga has hosted the awards ceremony of Fancine’s comic and illustration contest, an activity linked to the Pedagogic Project of the festival that aims to recognize the creativity of the secondary education students participating in the didactic sessions prior to the UMA cinema festival days.
On this occasion, the prizes of both modalities have gone the same student, Víctor Pintos, of the CDP Santa Rosa of Lima, who with his proposals titled ‘Identidad’ y ‘Facticio’ has managed to convince the Committee and to turn out to be the winner among more than hundred works presented between both categories. Hereby, the trend of the last editions in which the maximum award went to students of San Telmo’s School, is broken.
In both modalities they have also been awarded several accesits, two in Comic and three in Illustration. In the first one, it has been valued the quality of other works such as ‘Pestis nigra’ by Jana Brezinskaja and ‘Antromaquia’ by Daniel Retamero, who also won the accesit in 2017. In the Illustration modality, the proposals of three students from San Telmo have been highlighted: ‘Heartless Honeymoon’ by Ana Victoria Paz, ‘Autumm Palette’ by María de la Torre, and ‘Ya era hora’, by Natalia Ribera.
In both categories to contest there are awarded prizes of drawing material 150 Euros worth for student and 300 Euros worth for the Center to which he or she belongs.
As for the projections at the Albéniz cinema, on Monday have concluded the first passes of the films to contest with the exhibitions in Room #1 of the tapes ‘In Fabric’ day the first passes of the movies have concluded to contest with the exhibition in the room 1 of the tapes ‘In Fabric’ led by a killer dress and that relies on a cast headed by Gwendoline Christie and Marianne Jean-Baptiste, and ‘Inuyashiki’, a fantasy and manga aesthetic proposal in which a man acquires superpowers after an explosion.
Tomorrow, in the Cultural Container, will take place the jury’s deliberation, whose decision will be announced during the closing gala with the reading of the Palmares of this Fancine’s 28th edition.
Yesterday, it also said goodbye the activity organized in collaboration with CineAsia, the cineforum Classic Asia which last tape was the well known Korean production ‘The Host’. Gloria Fernandez and Enrique Garcelán have debated with the public about the fundamental aspects of the films projected during the five days that the cycle has lasted, focused this year to review Asian cinematography classics of cult.
Tuesday, November 20th programming
But the contest will not say goodbye yet at the cinema since along the day of tomorrow the indisputable protagonists of the programming will be the short films. The official section of real image shorts will be projected from 17 hours at the room #1, whereas those of the category of animation will come to the great screen in the second shift at 19:25 hours. The theater box of the room will count on with a few guests of exception: the Young Juror composed of students of different public Andalusian universities, who will be in charge to make the decision about the winner of three thousand Euros that the festival deal for each modality and to select the short film that will represent Fancine in the Méliès.
Outside Alcazabilla street, the calendar of parallel activities will also live through an intense day. At 19 hours, at the Cultural Container, will be exhibited for the first time and for free ‘La mujer serpiente’ (‘The snake woman’), Jesus Franco’s unpublished film that has been rescued thanks to the work of the producer Jacinto Santos. After the pass, the party will continue about 21 a.m. in the headquarters of the Service of Culture with The Gamboys’s concert, which, at was originally planned as a closing activity in the street on Sunday but which finally had to be moved due to the inclement weather. Entrance to both events is free up to be filled to capacity.
Finally, the lecture titled ‘Un actor y una actriz entre dos mundos’ (‘An actor and an actress between two worlds’), in which the interpreters G. Sato and Alberto Jo Lee will take part, will be held at the Rectory. This activity is organized in collaboration with the Diario Sur Culture Classroom.