28th Valdivia International Film Festival announces full program for 2021 edition

FICValdivia resumes in-person activities, carrying out a completely free of charge, hybrid format this year. This year’s official advertisement and poster were unveiled at a ceremony at the festival’s future base of operations. The Opening Film, the Main Feature, and the Closing Picture, plus the six movies in the Gala section will screen exclusively at…

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Valdivia International Film Festival gives first sneak peek at 2021 program

FICValdivia will take place between October 11 and 17, with 15 motion pictures selected for its Feature Film Competition. ● Loise Weber, Kira Muratova, Jocelyne Saab, Carlos Álvarez, and Julia Sabogal, Chantal Akerman, Eric Pauwels, and Boris Lehman are part of the honored filmmakers this 2021 edition. Valdivia, June 30. The 28th edition of the…

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Valdivia International Film Festival announces call regulations for 28th edition 2021

FICValdivia will take place between October 11 and 17  Chilean films can register from March 22 to April 30 International films may register from April 5 to May 14 The Valdivia International Film Festival, seeking to offer filmmakers a space for diffusion and competition, along with promoting both national and international cinematographic production, officially announces…

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FICValdivia opens the call for 2020 edition

After a successful 2019 version, with a historic attendance record, the Valdivia International Film Festival (FICValdivia) launches the call for its twenty-seventh edition, which will take place between October 5 and 11, 2020. The works selected to the competition will screen in five categories: International Feature, Chilean Feature, Youth Feature, Short Film from Latin America…

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