The Marbella International Film Festival celebrates its seventh edition to be held from 3 to 7 October in the exclusive Costa del Sol town. During this event will be screened more than 50 short films, animation, documentaries and feature films. This project was created by the non-profit organization New World Trust to support novice directors and independent film producers worldwide.
Due to the wide variety of international filmmakers there usually forms a large cultural group which is unique in the Marbella International Film Festival; however a majority of the films are in English, Spanish, Arabic, French or Italian.
This year, the festival lasts for five days due to the large number of films in competition mode or free screening culminating in a prestigious awards ceremony and gala dinner.
In the Marbella International Film Festival there will be also an extensive supplementary program of alternative contemporary international art, photography, sculpture and many other forms of visual art, modern architecture and fashion and jewellery presented by some of the most prestigious designers.
The Marbella International Film Festival takes place in H10 Andalucia Plaza Hotel, located in Puerto Banus, Marbella, in the heart of the Costa del Sol. Next to the hotel is situated the Casino, with free entrance for hotel guests. The Hotel is located about 70 kilometres from Malaga city and the International Airport Malaga-Costa del Sol and close to several high standard golf courses.
On the event page are offered interesting options for people interested in attending the festival, such as a festival package with hotel and VIP Pass with unrestricted access to all screenings, parties etc. included or a VIP pass only. On the page you will also find all the information about the festival and a full schedule of screenings.
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