It’s only 10 days away from the beginning of the latest edition of the Ibiza Cine Fest and we can’t wait!
The third edition of the International Independent Film Festival of Ibiza in 2019, a.k.a., “Ibiza Cine Fest” will be held from Sunday 27 January to Sunday 3 February in Can Ventosa, Ibiza; Can Jeroni in Sant Josep; Teatro España in Santa Eularia, and the cultural centre Cervantes, in Sant Antoni.
The premiere will be celebrated on Sunday 27 January at the Cultural Center Can Ventosa, in Ibiza, with the screening of the documentary Moonface, which presents the life of the famous photographer of war conflicts Christine Spengler. The box office will open at 5 pm, at 6 pm there will be a performance of the company Theatre of the Ancients, at 6.10 pm there will be a reading of the Manifesto, and the screening of the film will start at 6:30 pm.
There are 54 films of 16 nationalities participating, including 18 independent films of the first level. Among them, is the winner You Go to My Head produced by the Belgian filmmaker Dimitri de Clercq. A film with exquisite photography, only shot with natural light, and immersed in a disturbing emptiness in the middle of the Sahara desert.
The jury of this edition was formed by 2 groups: the Critics Awards, composed by Elena Martínez, Jesús Fariña, and María Abad, and the general competition jury, composed by Rosa Delgado, Juanjo Ribas; Joanna Hruby and Ángel Roldán.
The full program:
The awards will be presented on Sunday 3 at 10:30 pm at Can Ventosa. Previously, the winners will be screened starting at 5:30 pm: Your Eyes (animation short); Hotel Diary (experimental short); Born in Gambia (short documentary); Family Life (documentary); Matria (national short); Diva & Astro (international short film); And You go to My Head (feature film).
Tickets cost 5 € and can be bought at the cinema, or online, here.