Hey, Spain! Atlántida Film Fest Is Coming To An Internet Connection Near You
Spanish cinephiles can enjoy a multitude of great films through the internets, including A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, 52 Tuesdays, The Tribe, Goodnight Mommy, Dear White People and Tu dors Nicole. Running June 9th - July 9th, at a cost of €50 for the entire festival (€40 for those who already subscribe to Filmin), that's about €1 per film. This idea needs to be exported.
But it's not just watching movies! Australian filmmaker Anna Broinowski, who studied the manifesto of North Korea's former leader Kim Jong-Il, will conduct a two-day workshop in Barcelona. Broinowski will discuss her documentary Aim High in Creation (which was made according to Kim's film rules), propaganda film, and work with attendees in making their own propaganda film.
There will also be a three day conference (also in Barcelona) with the film, multidisciplinary art and multimedia industries, with experts from companies such as Vimeo, Kickstarter, and SXSW, to discuss the current and future trends of cinema, music, and interactive content.
Details can be found at the Atlántida Film Fest website. For our lucky readers living in Spain, the quality of programming is well worth the low price of admission.